The ChemDraw software package is used for drawing chemical structures and reactions. This workshop requires some prior experience of using ChemDraw and builds on what was learned in the beginners course.  We will start with how to use keyboard shortcuts (instead of the mouse) to draw molecules quickly and efficiently. You will learn how to create a shortcut to a particular part of a molecule that you need to draw regularly.  We’ll look at how to change ChemDraw settings to produce drawings suitable for use in PowerPoint presentations. We will also look briefly at Chem3D, a visualisation tool which can be used to calculate bond lengths and angles and perform basic calculations.

After attending this workshop, you will:

  • be able to use keyboard shortcuts to draw molecules
  • know how to adjust ChemDraw settings to produce drawings suitable for use in presentations
  • be able to get started with Chem3D.

Date(s) - 14/11/2019
10:15 am - 12:05 pm
Main Campus (Library L1 Training Room)

Event Speaker/Organiser: Linda Humphreys
Course Code: RP00420
Digital Capability: All
Target Audience: All

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