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Dark mode for ChemDraw?

Hi friends, Just having a thought :) I have started using MS Office in Dark Mode, which gives a background of RGB #323130 and makes the 'automatic' text colour appear white.  I like to paste little ChemDraws into OneNote (sadly they are pasted as images), and with the default stylesheet co

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Thanksgiving: Trouble with Turkeys and Tryptophan

Some years back, Scientific American came up with a nice piece: Does Turkey Make You Sleepy? The author, Coco Ballantyne, pointed the finger at Tryptophan (C11H12N2O2), an amino acid present in turkey meat. The short answer is “No,” but the article takes a nice tour through Thanksgiving food and dri

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Chemical curios: Spooky Pumpkin Pie story resurfaces from two centuries ago

Waaaaay back in the 1800s, food standards were maybe not so well enforced. A spate of poisoning cases were reported in 1889, where pumpkin pies were coloured with perhaps Chrome Yellow or Aniline Yellow.Favoured by painters, Chrome Yellow is a group of mildly poisonous chemicals that includes PbCrO4

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Webinar: Nov 3. Accelerate your Chemical Research with the Help of Modern Tools

ChemDraw v22 release is here! Join Lindsey Rickershauser, ChemDraw Product Manager, and Pierre Morieux, a.k.a ChemDraw Wizard, to learn about the newest capabilities that will empower you to create visually compelling beautiful chemical drawings more efficiently, easily depict your research whet

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Licensing on general use computer

Looking for info on ChemDraw license recommendations for installing on a general login instrument computer. We would like to install ChemDraw on a lab computer that runs our Mettler Toledo iControl software.  ChemDraw is required to input new chemicals into the iControl chemical library. 

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What have you used Click Chemistry for? CuAAC or other ones

It was only about time Click Chemistry is recognized by a Nobel Prize! There are so many different applications to the most prominent Copper-catalyzed Azide Alkyne Cycloaddition "Click reaction". These days there are more of those CLick reactions available for synthesis and biomolecule labeling. Wha

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What's your guess for the next Nobel Prize for Chemistry

Who do you think are going to be the successors to Benjamin List and Dave Mc Millan? https://www.chemistryviews.org/whos-next-nobel-prize-in-chemistry-2022/

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PerkinElmer Nexus 2022

The in-person PerkinElmer Informatics NEXUS EU 2022 Informatics User Conference will feature industry leaders & our Informatics and TIBCO® experts discussing a wide range of topics on 3 different tracks (Research, Clinical and ELN). View the agenda or register. https://info.perkinelmer.com/INF-G

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New Blog: Back to School with ChemDraw

The first time I used ChemDraw was during my undergraduate research project. I found ChemDraw amazing for it's simplicity in helping me communicate my chemistry for a poster at the American Chemical Society Regional Meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio.   It seems like ChemDraw just keeps getting

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Webinar: Lowering the Energy Barrier to Great Chemistry With ChemDraw & ChemOffice

Learn How To How to quickly and efficiently search for, organize, and re-use already existing chemistry data with ChemOffice+Cloud How to use ChemDraw to create publication-ready figures with new and improved hotkeys How to use ChemOffice to create presentation-ready PowerPoint slides with n

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How to increase or decrease charges

When you mouse over an atom. Or an atom label. You can simply press the plus or the -Keys in order to increase or decrease in the charge.

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Atom label hotkeys summary

Adding Atom labels is very simple in ChemDraw. Simply mouse over or position the hotspot over an atom and press various keys on the keyboard to add Atom labels. See which item labels can be accessed with the keyboard.

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Hotkey "7" for cyclopentyl

To get to a cyclopentyl group on a primary or secondary carbon, you can simply press the hot key 7.

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How to easily repeat atom labels

Once you have typed an atom label on a molecule, you can click on it once with the text tool, and then double click on any atom to repeat the last atom label that you single-clicked on.

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Hotkey "6" for cyclohexyl

When you press 6 / 8 primary or a secondary carbon, it will add a cyclohexyl group. Combine it with “n” for nitrogen to create piperidine or piperazine scaffolds

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What can you do with the 3MF format beyond 3D Printing?

3D printing is a technology that is rapidly growing in popularity, and it is having a profound impact on the way that people create things. It is a flexible technique that is proving to be extremely valuable in a variety of scientific applications, notably in biomedical research. In chemical researc

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What is the 3MF format and what can it be used for in ChemOffice?

The 3MF file format is a 3D printing file format that has been developed to help improve communication of 3D printing files between different software applications. It has been designed to be more versatile than the STL file format, which is the most commonly used 3D printing file format. Co-develop

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Drawing tools in ChemDraw

Hi, I've been a ChemDraw user for 6 years now and think it is an absolutely fantastic tool. In addition to chemical structures, I make quite a few figures/diagrams within ChemDraw so use the drawing tools a lot. There are a few tools that I've always thought would be really useful to have - are t

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Everything you need to know about the 3D Clean-up function

ChemDraw’s easy-to-use interface and advanced features have made it a favorite among chemists for decades. But did you know that ChemDraw can also create 3D representations of molecules? With ChemDraw’s recent 3D clean-up capabilities, you can easily create realistic drawings of molecules in three d

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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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