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Drawing Chemical Diagrams!

Hey guys, I recently found the mol2chemfig tool, that can enable everyone to draw organic chemical structures easily!

If you know a bit of \(\LaTeX\), then you can use the chemfig package too, using the code converter provided there. But what I recommend is, save the image in the ChemDoodle area, and upload it like any other image to Brilliant. Hope this helps someone out there! I've provided a sample below - doesn't it look cool?

Hydrolysis of an amine

Hydrolysis of an amine

Note by Ameya Daigavane
1 year, 8 months ago

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You could also use SMILES instread of latex

Agnishom Chattopadhyay - 1 year, 8 months ago

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