Molecular Constructor is a free 3D modeling software for building molecules. Using this application user can design a molecule and optimize its geometry at the same time.

The more advanced desktop version can be found at the project website:

MoleculAR is an Augmented Reality app that gives you the ability to visualize and interact with molecules. Point your device's camera at a MoleculAR structure in your lecture notes, and an interactive, 3-dimensional representation of that molecule will appear before your eyes!

You can interact with the molecule using touch:

1) Rotate - drag with one finger from the middle of the molecule.
2) Scale - pinch with two fingers from the middle of the molecule.
3) Move - drag with three fingers from the middle of the molecule.

Don't forget to move around and look at your molecules from different angles!

ChemTube3D is a web based Open Educational Resource containing interactive 3D animations and structures, with supporting information for some of the most important topics covered during an undergraduate chemistry degree. It was developed by the ChemTube3D team including students at the University of Liverpool.

This app is a selection of the resources adapted for mobile devices concentrating on Organic Chemistry.

The icons that appear on many pages give the page number of associated textbooks where more information can be found. Click the links to find out more




NMR Solvent Peaks is a conveniently-searchable version of the ungainly table of NMR data most organic chemists keep a copy of nearby. Instead of searching through the table for a peak near your unidentified peak, just enter your solvent and the peak's multiplicity and location and you'll have a short list of candidate impurities.

NMR Solvent Peaks has support for searching both proton and carbon data, and references the widely-distributed 2010 Organometallics paper by Gregory Fulmer and coworkers and the 2016 OPRD paper by Gregory Whiteker and coworkers.

Feature Highlights:
- search proton data by solvent, multiplicity, and ppm
- search carbon data by solvent and ppm
- optionally exclude compounds you don't expect to see
- rearrange solvents list to prioritize those you use most
- select "?" for ppm to see a list of all impurities in the app's database