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Samuel
posted on 08/06/2011 at 15:31 / ChemDoodle Web Update
I have moved to the latest version of ChemDoodleWeb 4.3.0 which is much more efficient in drawing structures. This version is much more compatible with web browser.

It should increase structure visibility and now hydrogens are drown on the molecules when necessary.
Developed by Dr. Samuel Bertrand
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