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Reaxys is an electronic resource that can be used to find references for reactions and properties for chemical compounds. The Reaxys interface pulls information from three databases – Beilstein for organic compounds, Gmelin for inorganic compounds and complexes, and the Patent Chemistry database. You can search Reaxys for references and information on:
Also included is a synthesis planner that displays multi-step reaction plans with the ability to include alternate options for a synthesis route.
Three ways you can search Reaxys:
When searching by molecular formula in Reaxys, you should use Hill Order. See below for more information on searching for inorganic and organometallic substances.
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ChemDraw Ultra is a downloadable application for drawing chemical structures for use in database queries, the preparation of graphics for lab reports and journal articles, providing electronic descriptions of molecules and reactions, and features advanced prediction tools.
Create tables of structures, identify and label stereochemistry, estimate NMR spectra from ChemDraw structures, obtain structures from chemical names, assign names from structures, and create multi-page documents and posters.
There is rich polymer notation, generic structure expansion and fragmentation tools. ChemDraw Ultra includes Struct=Name, ChemDraw/Excel, ChemNMR, Stoichiometry Grid, CLogP, tPSA as well as the added capabilities of Chem3D Pro and ChemFinder Std to the ChemDraw Pro application.
With the ChemDraw licence, the MNova Lite download is also available.
Note: You must be a current student, staff, or faculty member to register.
You must renew this subscription each year in November. Please see the Guide below for instructions about renewal and installation.
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