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CHMC47 Bio-Organic Chemistry

This guide will help students enrolled in CHMC47 Bio-Organic Chemistry to complete assignments, specifically the Literature Searching Assignment and installing relevant chemistry software.

Tools for Drawing Chemical Structures

The ChemDraw software is installed on all the bookable computers in the UTSC Library. You will need to download and register before you can use this software for home use.

Once you've installed the software look for the green ChemDraw icon since other associated applications (Chem 3D) may also be installed with the ChemOffice Suite if you're on a Windows computer.ChemDraw icon

Notes: If you need to reactivate your Chemdraw license, the activation code is always available under Order History on the Perkin Elmer flexnet page where you downloaded the software. 

 
If you are unable to open Chemdraw for some reason, the easiest thing to do usually is uninstall it and reinstall the latest copy. 

 

If you cannot or choose not to install ChemDraw directly on your personal computer, it can also be remotely accessible by following the instructions on the IITS UTSC remote access SharePoint site. The only change is that you would need to connect to rdchemdraw.utscad.utsc.utoronto.ca instead of rdlab.utscad.utsc.utoronto.ca in the instructions. 

NMR Processing Software

The Mnova software is loaded on all the bookable computers in the UTSC Library, as well as the computers in the Library Instruction Lab (AC286A).

It can also be remotely accessible by following the instructions on the IITS UTSC remote access SharePoint site. 

The only change is that you would need to connect to rdchemdraw.utscad.utsc.utoronto.ca instead of rdlab.utscad.utsc.utoronto.ca in the guide. 

Students: additional details of this software package can often be found in your Quercus course sites.