Espresso ELN is a handy and reliable chemistry software that provides digital signatures, reactions substructure searches (RSS) and self-assembling reaction schemes.
An electronic lab notebook (ELN) is a software for the efficient creation, protection, storage, and sharing of experiment protocols.
Here are some key features of "Espresso ELN":
· Automatic stoichiometric calculations, integrated flexible materials database.
· Reaction substructure searches (graphical & SMARTS text).
· IP-protection via digital signatures and event log.
· Automatic experiment self-organization into steps, sequences and schemes.
· Direct ChemSpider link to any drawn reaction component (access to physical data, patents, spectra, etc.)
· Integrated chemical drawing editor, with copy/paste support for ISIS/Draw and ChemDraw.
· SQL Server synchronization (fee based), or local database only (free version).
· High responsiveness, optional server interaction occurs in background.
· Concise, standardized protocols, elements added by the click of a button.
· Intuitive handling: Looks like a paper notebook, not like a database report.
· Insertion of images or PDF directly into protocol workflow.
· Switch experiment view from amounts to equivalents.
· Smoothly zoom into reaction sketch and embedded images for details.
· Easy installation and testing (no server required for full ELN functionality).
· Allows the creation of 20 experiments
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
NEW: Abbreviation manager dialog for reviewing your abbreviated groups, and removing selected items:
· Fix: Marvin reaction paste issue resolved.
· Fix: When snapping ring atoms to another atom or structure, their ring could end up slightly distorted.
· Fix: After merging components by atom snapping, the atom highlights in the snapping component were missing.
· Enhanced: Ungroup command added.
· Enhanced: EF and MW values of the current selection now moved from the selection rectangle to the topleft corner of the sketch window.
· Enhanced: Currently available grouping types are more priminently highlighted during selection.