November 2, 2016
When a chemist plans a new experiment, the first thing they are likely to do is to draw the reaction. This step, which seems so easy on paper, can be a tedious electronic task which often results in errors – especially when you consider other elements which need to be included, such as the molecular weight and density of reagents.
October 3, 2016
It’s been a busy summer and our development team have been working hard to build upon the E-WorkBook chemistry ELN capabilities, provided in the 10.1.2 release. We will be writing more about these features in coming blog posts, but briefly speaking, 10.1.3 offers the following new functionality.
August 22, 2016
Since the release of the E‑WorkBook 10.1.2 Chemistry ELN, we have been busy augmenting the core features of the stoichiometry table. One of the enhancements we have recently implemented is the calculations of solvent concentration, with the ability to determine the molarity but also the solvent volumes of a reaction.
July 20, 2016
We’re very pleased to announce that the Chemistry ELN has been released with v10.1.2 of E‑WorkBook in July.
June 23, 2016
Sometimes, when writing up a synthetic chemical reaction in your notebook, you might need to go back and update the chemical structures that were originally drawn - perhaps because of some small error such as forgetting to add an atom label, or because you were better able to elucidate a molecular structure after analysis.