"ChemDraw Prime is a software package for creating and editing chemical structures and reaction paths. The ChemDraw Professional Suite contains additional features such as Chem3D Professional for visualizing and adapting 3D structures as well as a variety of tools for working with biological reaction paths. A special highlight of ChemDraw Professional is the Struct=Name function, which converts IUPAC names to structures and vice versa.
- Do you copy molecules with Ctrl + C / Ctrl + V?
- Do you switch to the ACS 1996 style settings every time you start ChemDraw?
- Do you manually adjust the components of your reactions after drawing?
- Do you need more than 10 minutes to draw a catalysis cycle?
If you answered "Yes" to at least one of these questions, you may not be as efficient as you think!
Let the expert show you what you didn't expect. Whether you've been using ChemDraw for 5, 10, 20 years, or since version 1 in 1985, we know you'll learn something that will improve your productivity 5 to 10 times. Even beginners are welcome to learn helpful tricks that will save you 70% of your drawing time."
You can take part in the exercises either on a workstation computer in the ComputerLab or on your own laptop.
The ChemDraw seminar will last 1 1/2 - 2 hours, depending on the number of questions and assistance needed by the participants.
Since the number of spaces is limited, registration is required.
Please answer the feedback "Anmeldung zum ChemDraw Seminar/Registration for the ChemDraw seminar Feedback
", to register for the seminar.
Registration is open until November 17, 2019
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IVV Natural Sciences has a Site Subscription for ChemDraw, which can be used on all computers (Mac or Windows) including nwzCitrix. In addition, all students and staff can also install ChemDraw Professional software on private, business or study devices via the NWZ@Home program