The latest release of PerkinElmer’s scientific productivity suite serves researchers, students and faculty better than ever before!
ChemDraw® and ChemOffice® 18 deliver all the functionality of version 17, plus new feature additions to accelerate research even faster and enable new and growing areas of scientific research. Plus, we are adding to our bundle options to give you the broader set of scientific tools you need to do your research, from 3D modelling to spectroscopic analysis, to access to a brand new, web based Electronic Lab Notebook and scientific documentation and collaboration platform.
ChemDraw Professional takes chemical drawing to the next level, with all the features in ChemDraw Prime plus: SciFinder® by CAS and Elsevier® Reaxys® integration, ChemACX Explorer add-in, 1H and 13C NMR prediction, BioDraw, Name to Structure and Structure to Name, HELM toolbar, and access to ChemDraw Cloud.
Building off the powerful hotkeys already enabled within the application, we have enhanced this capability so now you can truly create molecules and reactions as fast as you can type. A new navigation hotkey allows you to quickly select and jump from one molecule to another.
Aromatic Display Toggle:
Kekule and non-Kekule representations of aromatic circles can be toggled on already drawn molecules, and a specific representation can be set as a preference when importing or pasting chemical data exchange files such as SMILES strings and mol files.
Facilitated Chemical Structure Pasting::
ChemDraw now supports a simpler pasting of CDXML and other text formats like SMILES, Mol, InChi, and HELM as a structure using the Edit>Paste (Ctrl+V) menu option, with plain text in the clipboard. You can also copy/paste to and from ChemDraw JS, ChemDraw and MS Office embedded ChemDraw documents without loss of chemical information (requires browser-specific clipboard extension, Windows only).
Following the HELM 2.0 Standard, developed by the Pistoia Alliance for the rapid transfer of biomolecules, we have added a custom editor for creating, editing and sharing complex biomolecules. The current HELM toolbar has been redesigned to be more compact and more accessible.
ChemDraw / Reaxys integration:
It is now possible to draw a molecule or a reaction in ChemDraw, and initiate a structure search directly into Reaxys. A Reaxys Proxy Option allows you to direct structure searches to a specific instance of Reaxys that you may have within your company or institution. Also, as part of the PerkinElmer / Elsevier partnership, you can choose to use ChemDraw JS as a drawing editor when you use the online Reaxys website (requires an active Reaxys license).
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Now every chemist can draw beautifully. From a simple drawing tool to a chemically intelligent application, ChemDraw has evolved into software chemists and research scientists rely on for everyday tasks. Read how.