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What is ACD/ChemSketch FREEWARE?
ACD/ChemSketch FREEWARE is a Science-related computer program provided by Advanced Chemistry Development. The freeware version is for home and educational use only. The software was developed to provide users with a dedicated program that will enable them to visually interpret chemical structures, from organic structures to polymers and a range of other molecular structures; for the purpose of learning and analysis.
Included in the free version of the software are two applications: ACD/LogP Freeware and ACD/ChemBasic. LogP prediction, through a fragment-oriented algorithm allows the user to analyze drug absorption and compound permeability, and to determine the buildup of chemicals in aquatic organisms. LogP is also widely utilized in the agrochemical field.
ACD/ChemBasic is the programming language utilized by the software for the visual representation of molecular structures. The application allows the user to customize the software, based on the user’s needs and requirements. Through the programming language, users can write macros for routine tasks and expand the usability of the ACD/Labs software.
ACD/ChemSketch FREEWARE was developed for Windows operating systems, from Windows NT and up.
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File types supported by ACD/ChemSketch FREEWARE
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Last updated: : March 9, 2013