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ChemDraw 17 - Chemistry at the Pace of Now

Video   Oct 16, 2017

 

Over the last 30 years, science has evolved rapidly…and so has ChemDraw®. With ChemDraw® 17’s updated features and benefits, the latest version of the world’s top chemistry drawing program keeps you right where you need to be – at the cutting edge of science. ChemDraw® 17 features all of the functionality of ChemDraw® 16 plus a number of innovative features to further accelerate your research. Download a Free Trial: http://bit.ly/2xy29fk

 
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