CCL: Drawing Software



 Sent to CCL by: Roy Jensen [JensenRH : MacEwan.ca]
 Excel is not free, but ubiquitous.
 * Copy the structures from your drawing program.
 * Use the row heights to scale as the actual energies (this takes a
 bit of getting use to)
 * Use the border tools to draw heavy lines for the energy levels and
 lighter diagonal lines for the reaction coordinate.
  Dr. Roy Jensen
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  Chemistry, Grant MacEwan University
  Room 5-172J, 10700-104 Avenue
  Edmonton, AB    T5J 4S2
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 On Wed, 25 Aug 2010 19:08:16 -0400, you wrote:
 >
 >Sent to CCL by: "W  Flak" [williamflak{=}yahoo.com]
 >Dear CCL
 >I was wondering if there is a free software to draw the reaction mechanism,
 >energy levels of reactants, transition state and products, where I use
 chemdraw
 >but the graph is not organised well.
 >Thanks in advance
 >Flak>