Struct=Name is a desktop application
for chemists that takes the tedium out of generating correct systematic
names for structures and quickly generates accurate structures from a variety
of input chemical names.
- Struct=Name saves chemists time and
increases accuracy by rapidly converting drawn structures to systematic
names (Struct>Name) and names to structures (Name>Struct).
- Struct>Name uses industry-leading
technology to generate correct IUPAC names from a wide variety of chemical
structures including tetrahedral stereochemistry.
- Name>Struct interprets a wide range
of systematic and semi-systematic names in IUPAC and CAS formats, and includes
typo and ambiguity detection.
Generate systematic IUPAC names of chemical structures. Convert
chemical names into their corresponding chemical structures
PerkinElmer Informatics works closely
with IUPAC to ensure that Struct=Name embodies the latest recommendations
for naming compounds and conventions for drawing structures.
Struct=Name is also available directly
in ChemDraw for Excel so that scientists can enrich sets of names with
structures and vice versa while working in Microsoft Excel.
Struct=Name saves chemists time and
increases the accuracy of their work by using industry-leading technology
to generate correct IUPAC names from structures, and accurate structures
from a variety of names.