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Technology for the Organic Chemist: Three Exploratory Modules
Journal of Chemical Education (2010)
  • John Esteb, Butler University
  • LuAnne M. McNulty
  • John Magers
  • Paul Morgan
  • Anne M. Wilson
Abstract

The ability to use computer-based technology is an essential skill set for students majoring in chemistry. This exercise details the introduction of appropriate uses for this technology in the organic chemistry series. The incorporation of chemically appropriate online resources (module 1), scientific databases (module 2), and the use of a chemical drawing program (module 3) are detailed here.

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2010
Citation Information
John Esteb, LuAnne M. McNulty, John Magers, Paul Morgan, et al.. "Technology for the Organic Chemist: Three Exploratory Modules" Journal of Chemical Education Vol. 87 (2010)
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