ChemBioDraw assignment

ChemBioDraw assignment - ChemBioDraw Ultra 11.0 Assignment...

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ChemBioDraw Ultra 11.0 Assignment ChemBioDraw is a program for drawing structures of organic compounds. For CHEM 212 lab, you will learn the program, and turn in an assignment to your lab instructor. Later you will use ChemBioDraw to write lab reports. The program can be found on most of the computers in 318 Mellon Hall. Simply go from START Programs Chemistry ChemBioOffice 2008 Chem BioDraw Ultra 11.0. You should see a rectangular toolbar and a blank page. If the page is small, simply enlarge it. Using the mouse, the various icons on the toolbar can be moved to the page. For example, click on the “+” tool. Notice that this enables you to draw positive and negative charges as well as electron dots. Click on the arrow icon. This enables the user to also draw resonance and equilibrium arrows, as well as doing curved arrow notation. The p-orbital tool permits the drawing of s,p, and hybridized orbitals. Take some time to survey the other icons on the toolbar. For example, there is a “template” icon. Notice that this enables you to draw Fischer and Newman projections as well as bicyclic compounds. Notice that if you click on the double bond icon, it permits double and triple bonds to be drawn. The “A” tool enables the writing of text using the keyboard as well as typing
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course CHEM 212 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at Duquesne.

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