CCL: Searching for a Graphical User Interface to teach molecular symmetry



Check the capabilities of Jmol http://jmol.sourceforge.net
 This is an excellent site which uses Jmol for teaching molecular symmetry
 http://symmetry.otterbein.edu <http://symmetry.otterbein.edu/>;
 or for solid state
 http://crystals.otterbein.edu <http://crystals.otterbein.edu/>;
 Best regards,
 J.Modrego
 > El 17 abr 2017, a las 16:35, Eduardo edulsa##quimica.ufpr.br
 <owner-chemistry-*-ccl.net> escribió:
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 > Sent to CCL by: Eduardo [edulsa.-*-.quimica.ufpr.br]
 > Dear
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 > I am looking for a GUI software, free preferably, that allow to show to my
 students molecular symmetry elements in molecular structures. I found, searching
 using google, a software produced by MolWave (3DMolSymm) but I am afraid that it
 doesnot allow me to add or rebuild molecular, restricting me to a 48 molecular
 data bank structure.
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 > For use a command line program, there is as very robust software wrote by
 S. Pachkovsky, that is very easy and useful, but unfortunately, there is no GUI
 interface or output.
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 > Thank you in advance for your attention
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 > Eduardo
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