# Computer programs?

1. Sep 21, 2003

### HazZy

anyone know of any good computer programs used to make chemical structures and equations? i know of www.orgsyn.org but it's really a pain in the ass to use.

EDIT: fixed the link, there was a comma in the way

Last edited: Sep 22, 2003
2. Sep 22, 2003

### Astrophysics

I haven't heard of such program. But I just wanted to say that the link didn't work...or do the mentors have to check it first?

3. Sep 22, 2003

You might see if any of this stuff is suitable;

chemical reagent calculator:

Shareware ($25) cambridgesoft chemoffice ultra: http://products.cambridgesoft.com/family.cfm?FID=1 Various versions from 2-week limited free trial to around$3000 US.

I'll just keep throwing in stuff I find which may or may not be of any use.

Atoms, Bonding and Structure v2.0
http://www.getsomesoft.com/Education/Science/2160.html

Check this one out;
http://www.chemistry-software.com/

Freeware;

Ok, here's a last one;
http://home.c2i.net/astandne/

Good luck and happy hunting

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4. Sep 22, 2003

### HazZy

thanks! "chem sketch" should do the job, and it's free!

and i fixed the link astro, if you're even slightly interested in o-chemistry that site is great.