Chemical structure drawings include many conventions for indicating configurations, the simplest of which is probably the dashed and solid wedges convention; but there are some limitations it doesn’t fully resolve. Read on for further explanation.
Markush structures are useful in many places within chemistry, and creating them with chemistry drawing software takes no more time than regular chemical drawing. Read more about how adding Markush structure drawing to your skillset can help to accurately communicate your science.
Using different color schemes in your chromatographic resolution maps can help you to see important distinctions in your data, make your figures viewable by a wider audience, and generally make your reports look more attractive. Read on as Charis Lam provides three examples of how you can customize the coloring of your resolution maps.
ACD/Labs is launching a new podcast! The Analytical Wavelength will cover industry trends and topics for scientists working with analytical data. Read on for more insights about data and the mass spectrometrist, and a link to listen to Episode 1.
When Widener University switched to online teaching, Chemistry Professor Scott van Bramer turned to online tools as a way to continue educating his students. ACD/Method Selection Suite provided the answer to help his students run virtual experiments, and exposed them to the type of software they will see in their eventual workplaces.