Searching Chemical Formulae Drawing Program

wdwink01 at fsuni.uni-passau.de wdwink01 at fsuni.uni-passau.de
Fri Jan 28 03:07:35 EST 1994

In article <rrg.3.000C2ABD at aber.ac.uk> rrg at aber.ac.uk (Roy Goodacre) writes:
>In article <1994Jan25.173046.1 at samba.cnb.uam.es> mrege at samba.cnb.uam.es writes:
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>>Newsgroups: bionet.software
>>Subject: Searching Chemical Formulae Drawing Program
>>Message-ID: <1994Jan25.173046.1 at samba.cnb.uam.es>
>>From: mrege at samba.cnb.uam.es
>>Date: 25 Jan 94 17:30:46 WET
>>Organization: C.N.Biotecnologia,  CSIC
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>>Dear netters,
>>We are looking for a good program running on PC (preferably Windows-based)
>>that draws chemical structures. If not pd or shareware, please tell us
>>the name of the distributor and approximated price for academic users.
>>Thank you, I will post a summary. Please, answer to the address below.
>A good one (well the best I've seen) is called Chemwindow
>Company that produces it is:
>       SoftShell International Ltd
>       715 Horizon Drive
>       Suite 390                                   
>       Grand Junction                          
>       CO   81506
>       TEL: 303-242-7502   FAX: 303-242-6469
>Sorry don't know the cost - but I don't think that it was
>too expensive
I think there is a demo available at cica in the /demo dir.

Olaf Winkelhake

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