Computer programs?

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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
 
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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?
 
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BoulderHead
You might see if any of this stuff is suitable;

chemical reagent calculator:
http://www.padring.com/soft/Education/Specialized/ChemicalReagentCalculator.html

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.

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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;
http://www.acdlabs.com/download/

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

Good luck and happy hunting :smile:
 
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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.
 
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