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3 Software Applications For Chemistry Students

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An often overlooked aspect when compared with other more popular operating systems, Ubuntu enables students of various ages and topics to access a wealth of educational software.

BKChem is a chemical drawing Ubuntu chemistry software that’s packed with features. It supports, according to the developer team website: bond-by-bond drawing, bond length and angle restrictions to assist with the drawing, ready to use templates of common rings, the ability to expand common groups from abbreviated to structural form, support for linear formulas, radicals & charges, arrows (several types – normal, retro, equilibrium, etc.), rich text, color support, simple vector graphics (rectangles, circles, polygons etc.). Another nice touch is the automatic validity check of the drawings.

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Not only for Ubuntu Linux

This is why people make fun of Unoobtu users:

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An often overlooked aspect when compared with other more popular operating systems, Ubuntu enables students of various ages and topics to access a wealth of educational software.

A quick check shows all three programs mentioned (GChemCalc, BKChem, and Kalzium) are all available in the Mandriva repositories (and probably countless other distro repositories). Ubuntu Linux, certainly has no lock on Linux educational software.

re: Not only...

Hehe..... he said "unoobtu".

//my mission in life is now complete...

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