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Author : Wolf van Heeswijk
OS : Win98,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,...
Chemmol license : Freeware (Price: free)
Added date : 16. January 2008
Release date : 1. November 2007
Download page : Get it Here!
Download Size : 257 kBytes
Publisher URL: http://home.hetnet.nl/~vheeswijk
CHEMMOL 1.0 details:
CHEMMOL (V1.0) is a freeware program for the calculation of molecular masses and chemical analyses of compounds. It was written with the organic chemist in mind.
Thus, apart form (most) of the elements a number of organic functional groups and some protecting groups were added. Likewise, all naturally occuring amino acids were added to the database. CHEMMOL readily parses inputlines like CuSO4.Aq5, H2C=CMe-COOPh, [NEt4].[Cl] and even protected peptides like Ac-Pro-Val-Gly-His-OBn without problems.
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