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ChemDraw helps chemists be more efficient; communicate more clearly; and reach crucial information faster. No wonder over 1 million users (and growing) count on ChemDraw. It’s the chemically intelligent solution for R&D for publishing, presenting and reporting.
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ChemDraw Prime is the complete entry-level structure drawing program, with all the tools you need to quickly create chemically intelligent, publication-ready chemical structures and reactions, laboratory notes and experiment write-ups. Beyond a full set of chemical structure essentials (e.g. rings, bonds, chains, atoms and functional groups), ChemDraw Prime includes new hotkeys and shortcuts to draw faster than ever before, property calculators, chemical and lab equipment templates and handy TLC Plate drawing tools.
ChemDraw version 19.1 gives precious time back to researchers.
New hotkeys and shortcuts! The user-favored features just keep on getting better: Cyclopropyl and cyclobutyl groups are available as atom hotkeys, and a new rotation shortcut is available to quickly adjust molecules. Recent hotkey additions include “Fmoc”, “Boc”, “Cbz”, “MgBr”, “N3” or “COOH” and “NO2” which are now conveniently available in one single key press.
New brackets are now available to better serve polymer chemists, allowing them to define Average Molecular Weight values for a chemical structure between brackets for easier stoichiometry calculations.
Multiple improvements have been brought to the application, related to overall performance and display of toolbars and menus on very high-resolution monitors.
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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.
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