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ACD/ChemSketch 12.01 Build 385

ACD/ChemSketch 12.01 Build 385

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License: Freeware
Size: 38.9 MB
Date added: 2013-05-15
Downloads: 38
Downloads - Last week: 0



ACD/ChemSketch Freeware is a popular and comprehensive chemical drawing package, intended for home and educational use only. Since 1998, ACD/Labs has provided ChemSketch freeware to >330 academic institutions worldwide. Every day another 500 downloads from the ACD/Labs Web site further distributes the power of this chemical structure drawing package to desktops around the world. Among many other features, this product offers IUPAC chemical naming (up to 50 functional atoms); prediction of logP; comprehensive report creation; tautomer recognition; 2D structure cleaning; 3D optimization and viewing; drawing of polymers, organometallics, and Markush structures; and as well as access to the chemistry Web search engines PubChem, eMolecules, and ChemSpider.
Release notes: New Release<br/>TE Possibility to generate Standard InChI and InChI Key.
TE Ability to generate structure(s) quickly from an InChI notation or a SMILES string contained in the Clipboard.
TE Calculating and displaying monoisotopic mass values for ions of different types. <br/> [ ACD/ChemSketch full changelog ]




OS: Windows2000, Windows2003, WinXP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
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