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Post  sangbmt on Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:50 am

Hi, all:

I'm compiling a list of known chemicals and drawing their molecular structures one by one. Then it occurred to me ChemDraw might have database for known chemicals for us to pull out. There is a function "Find structure from ACX number" in ChemDraw. I'm not sure if this is the one I'm looking for? If so, how can I get ACX numbers from chemical names or CAS numbers? Or is there any better way to save the time and hassle of drawing all the molecular structures?
Thanks a lot!

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