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1. Draw here your molecule in 2D:


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On the 3D model:
enantiomer diastereomer in a C
Inversion of configuration:
1. enable
2. highlight the central C and 
3. highlight the first atom in each of its 2 substituents to invert and 
4. do the
move atoms by dragging and optimise geometry automatically
Recalcute hydrogens.
Load from a database:
name of the molecule or PDB ID:
Adjust the swiftness of response in the 3D panel (for mobile devices):
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2. Give it a name:

3. to the right-hand panel (H atoms will be added)

4. the structure in 3D. (Several times may be needed; help)

5. Observe the molecule in 3D on the right-hand panel.

6. You can also get 3D structures typing their name in English: and then you may , for example to add some modifications.

If you have technical problems using this application, please the author. Versión en español. Version française.

6. If you wish to save this structure or send it to your instructor:

      (you may also use the icons save send located over the Jmol panel)

the optimised structure.

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