RE: Tools: Software for drawing chemical structures?
For an article I'm writing, I need to be able to generate an image of the 3D structure of a moderately complex chemical such as a simple protein. In fact, a sequence of half a dozen amino acids would more than suffice.System requirements: I'm on a Mac using OS X
(Panther, not Tiger). A browser-based tool would be fine.
Certain areas of chemical research do a lot of modeling -- my professor husband suggests these for laity:
--the second is more cutting edge
Hope this helps
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