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Here is what you will find in the Commercial Version of ACD/ChemSketch:
Can you draw thestructure of Taxol in 4 seconds?
With ACD/Dictionary it’s even faster! And you can find out its 24 other names, including the one based on IUPAC recommendations, as well as its CAS number. You will alsodiscover that international nomenclature organizations, such as BAN, INN, and USAN, refer to this structure as Paclitaxel. ACD/Dictionary 12.0 contains over 30,000 structures and 165,000 associatedchemical names and synonyms, with the corresponding molecular structures of the most frequently used chemicals and biomolecules classified by more than 200 therapeutic categories. Additionally, Dictionarycontains names and structures of different inhibitors for more than 500 enzymes. Visit our web site, www.acdlabs.com, to review the capabilities of the latest version of our commercial software,updated annually. Dictionary is part of the commercial version of ACD/ChemSketch, a renowned software package featuring advanced chemical drawing and publishing capabilities, which can be used to importand export structures to molfiles, and ChemDraw and ISIS/Draw formats. You can transfer the Dictionary structure to ChemSketch to edit, calculate its molecular and spectral properties, and include it inchemical reaction schemes. Using the chemical databasing tool ACD/ChemFolder, you can create your own dictionaries, making ACD/Dictionary the foundation of your own library of publicly known andproprietary chemical structures and names. You can also transfer your dictionaries to a Palm or Pocket PC for convenient reference in the lab.
One chemical structure– how many synonyms or trade namesexist to describe it?
ACD/Dictionary can answer that question in a heartbeat. Draw or import your structure, and quickly obtain an answer. You can even define the configuration of stereocentres and...