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A Century Of Curly Arrows

The curly arrow is a ubiquitous symbol in chemistry. It is used to indicate the movement of electrons in a chemical reaction, and can be found in textbooks, on chalkboards, white boards (and of course in ChemDraw). Though they may appear simple, curly arrows are a powerful tool for visualizing c

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3D molecules from ChemDraw 21.0 animated in PowerPoint

For several years, my lab has been interested in exploring how 3D objects such as molecules, orbitals and surfaces can be directly manipulated in PowerPoint. With the introduction of new 3D functions in ChemDraw 21.0, I thought this would be a good time to demonstrate the kind of stuff that can

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David A. Evans (1941-2022)

We are deeply saddened by the passing of David Evans, Abbott and James Lawrence Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at Harvard University. Dave was one of the instrumental minds behind the conception and initial development of ChemDraw back in 1985. Our thoughts and condolences go to Sally and Dave's pe

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ChemDraw Suite of Products

Functionality in ChemDraw Suite of Products at a glance. Dot chart

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