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OPSIN is a software that allows parsing of systematic IUPAC names and converting them into a full structure representation.
Amino acids guide
This website will help you find the information about the amino acids: advantages, properties, structures, classification and history of discovery. 3D models of amino acids are also available.
The aim of this website is to help students refine their skills needed for success in chemistry. Teachers can create classes for their students to enroll in and then collect assessment data in the form of scores.
ChemDoodle is a chemical structure environment with a main focus on 2D graphics and publishing to create media for your structures, reactions and spectra.
Cheminfo - chemistry blog
This blog is an online community where everybody is invited to join discussion of problems in the chemistry field. If you want news, opinions and discussion about the chemistry, it's all here.
One of this software's main goals is the consistent display of spectra coming from different sources. At the moment, 13 different spectral file types from commercially available spectrometer systems can be read. Spekwin32 is able to handle UV/VIS, fluorescence, NIR, IR and Raman spectra while the main focus is on UV/VIS and fluorescence.
HDAC Inhibitors Database
A small database contains information about molecules or drugs that block HDACs. Histone deacetylase inhibitors are emerging as a new class of potential anticancer agents.
Chemissian is a quantum chemistry software to analyze and
visualize Gamess/Gaussian outputs - plotting molecular orbital energy
level diagrams, CIS/TDDFT-calculated and experimental spectra,
electron density/spin maps; compute contributions of atoms and
molecular fragments to MOs and draw them directly on the MO diagram.
The objective of this site is to help undergraduates understand the basics of organic chemistry. It is intended not to replace but to supplement the textbook - not a specific one but any. Ochempal is basically an A-to-Z guide to the vocabulary of organic chemistry presented in a simple, succinct manner attractive to undergraduates.
Chemis3D is a Java Applet which renders virtual 3D molecular models within a Web document.
It is specially designed for open interactive molecular visualization on the Internet or via an intranet