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Presenter(s):Clyde Metz, Shawn C. Sendlinger, Elisabeth T. Bell-Loncella
ABSTRACT: This largely hands-on session will demonstrate the use of two free software packages that can be used to draw molecular structures of publication quality, visualize three-dimensional molecular structures, calculate stable molecular structures using molecular mechanics, and predict various molecular properties.
Software: ACD/ChemSketch Freeware, BioRad KnowItAll.
Assumed background: basic computer literacy; at least one course in general chemistry or equivalent.
Clyde R Metz (Chair) - College of Charleston
Clyde Metz - College of Charleston
Shawn C. Sendlinger - North Carolina Central University
Elisabeth T. Bell-Loncella - University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown