Author: Franklin Hoke, pp.18
Since full-featured molecular-modeling packages began appearing on the chemist's desktop a few years ago, they have grown dramatically in sophistication and capability. Following in part on the availability of ever-more-powerful personal computer hardware, new software modules have been added regularly, often ported from workstation environments. At the same time, intuitive graphical user interfaces have helped make computer-aided chemistry increasingly accessible to scientists who are not primarily programmers.
| The following companies are among those providing molecular drawing and modeling software for personal computer operating systems. Because options and modules vary in some cases, call for specific pricing information.|
CAChe Scientific Inc.
Cambridge Scientific Computing Inc.