Elemental is a comprehensive chemical structure editor, it includes the ability to sketch stereochemistry, reactions and also allows export of high resolution images for presentations and reports.
What it does
- A sophisticated drawing tool that can be used to generate and alter structures, reactions and queries.
- Easy manipulation of atom and bond properties such as element, charge, isotope, bond type or stereochemistry.
- Allows the quick use of templates of common structures to build complex compounds.
- Accessible – Entirely web-based (written in java script), so can be accessed from any location.
- Minimum overheads – Requires no installation.
- Flexible – Runs in all major web browsers.
- Versatile – Ideal chemical drawing tool for use with Browser, Vortex, Studies, Register and D4O.
- All standard editor functionality, including copy, paste, delete, undo, select and move.
- Export options include MOL, RXN, SMILES and SMARTS formats.
- Easy manipulation of structures such as move, rotate, flip, torsion and clean.
- Violations of allowed valences are automatically flagged up.
- Incorporates keyboard short cuts to expedite common operations.
What have customers said about Elemental?
“After we installed Elemental, it took some time for our chemists to get used to it. We requested some enhancements and Dotmatics responded very quickly delivering a drawing package that covers all our needs.”
Biotechnology organization, Spain
“Having users working with diverse operating systems, Elemental proved to be the right drawing package for our informatics setup. The server install minimizes the IT overhead required to support this application and saved us considerable amount of time.”
Biotechnology Company, Switzerland
“Elemental is by some way the most useful and practical scientific app i have found to date. If I were a chemistry or biology student i suspect I would find the price of an iPad worth paying just for this app.”
Elemental for iPad – Customer Review
” I am finding your app the best!!! I’m recommending it to some co-workers”
A University in Australia