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  • Chemical Drawing Programs Review - Detailed comparison between ISIS/Draw, ChemDraw, ChemWindow, ChemSketch, Chemistry 4-D Draw, WinPLT, MarvinSketch, ChemPen, WinDrawChem, and JChemPaint.
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  • BKchem - Free, portable, and open-source structure drawing program. Written in Python.
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  • ChemDoodle - Software tool for drawing chemical structures, diagrams and figures. Demo available for immediate download. ChemDoodle works on Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux.
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  • Chemtool - Free software for drawing organic molecules and storing them as an X-Bitmap, LaTeX and XFig file. For Linux/Unix, includes source code, screenshots, and downloads.
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  • ChemWindow - Program for drawing 2-D chemical structures, laboratory apparatus, and chemical engineering flowcharts.
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  • EasyChem - Free Linux structure drawing program, designed with emphasis on press quality, speed of, precision, and ability to add arbitrary ornaments such as orbitals.
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  • Gifcreator - Create GIFs and PNGs of 2D plots of chemical structures.
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  • JChemPaint - Free, open-source editor for 2D chemical structures. Written in Java and developed by an international team of opensource programmers.
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  • JME - Java based Molecular Editor which can create SMILES code.
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  • JMolDraw - Drawing applet written in Java for use in database applications in chemistry.
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  • PLT - Shareware drawing program for Windows; capable of exporting structures as metafiles, bitmaps, and HTML pages.
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  • WinDrawChem/XDrawChem - Free structure drawing software for Windows and Unix, with simple spectral predictions. Source code available.
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  • XymTex - A latex2e package for generating structural diagrams.
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