If not, then you need to get out your iPhone/iPad (or borrow someone else’s), make sure you have the Living Molecules app installed, and capture the glyph to find out.
Yesterday’s buzz in the chemistry software scene revolved around the release of ChemDraw Mobile for iPad (but not iPhone). This is exciting news, even if only for the name: the flagship chemical drawing software from CambridgeSoft has been the go-to brand for creating diagrams for manuscripts for something like a quarter century (give or take). It’s hard to argue that working with chemical structures on mobile devices is an irrelevant hobby when the biggest player in the industry has made the effort to join in, and is giving it top billing with its promotional efforts. Continue reading