Need to renew your ChemDraw Professional license? Follow these instructions. Molecule editor and chemical structure drawing tool for chemists and biologists. Allows you to draw and submit chemical compound and reaction searches direct to SciFinder. Offers an extensive set of biological templates and drawing objects to create illustrations of cells and pathways. Georgetown’s site license allows all current Georgetown students, faculty, and staff to download the program for free to their home, office, or personal computer. After installation, no Internet connection is required for use. Requires a free PerkinElmer account to download. Follow the instructions to create a free account with PerkinElmer (or log in with your existing account), then download the software.
To download ChemDraw onto your computer, click this link, register for an account with PerkinElmer using your @georgetown.edu email address for authentication, and click "Register." After registration, follow the instructions to begin downloading and installing ChemDraw. You should only be required to create an account once. For download questions, contact Blommer Science Library staff at email@example.com
ChemWeb offers access to abstracts, papers, journals, books, conferences and news to enhance your research, product development, self-development, education, and/or your businesses in Chemistry and related disciplines.
A good source to search for supplier information of chemicals by drawing the structures or using their chemical name, CAS number, and SMILES. You can find suppliers and information for over 9 million unique chemicals. Substructure and exact structure search are allowed in the advanced search. For expert search, you have to log in first. No reaction and chemical properties information are covered in eMolecules.