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  • ChemDraw for Reaxys® (Mac and Windows.)
    • ChemDraw for Reaxys® (Mac and Windows.)

    • Presenters: Christine Flemming, Jesse Gordon , Company: Elsevier, PerkinElmer Informatics
    • Duration: 25 Min
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  • Access to relevant, actionable results in Reaxys – the workflow solution for research chemists - is now made easier than ever with the introduction of ChemDraw for Reaxys®. Designed by chemists for chemists, Reaxys combines over 200 years’ worth of reaction and substance data in organic, organometallic, inorganic and physical chemistry with synthesis planning and chemical sourcing. ChemDraw is the world’s leading chemical structure drawing software, with an interface that users are most familiar and comfortable with. Accessing Reaxys’ wealth of experimentally validated information by using ChemDraw’s familiar and powerful structure drawing tools means chemists in R&D and academia can move more quickly through the steps in their workflow to deliver superior outcomes.


    To download the Windows version of ChemDraw for Reaxys go here: http://scistore.cambridgesoft.com/ScistoreProductPage.aspx?ItemID=5943

    To download the Macintosh version of ChemDraw for Reaxys go here: http://scistore.cambridgesoft.com/ScistoreProductPage.aspx?ItemID=6225

    Reaxys ® is a registered trademark owned and protected by Elsevier Properties SA and used under license.

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