Available to download free from the iTunes App Store, chemical drawing package Elemental for iPad has been released by Dotmatics. Elemental for iPad offers the ability to create, edit and share chemical structures and reactions through a simple, intuitive and powerful interface that can be used for professional or educational use. Despite being free, the App provides the same powerful functionality as the desktop and web-versions of Elemental, which are used extensively in the Dotmatics platform.
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