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Offline scout22

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Organic Chemistry Molecules Paper
« on: June 08, 2021, 03:35:46 AM »
as a guideline I am a BME major who will be studying both organic chemistry and biochemistry programmes available (not sure if biochemistry has a lot of molecules or not that I would use this setup). My notes are written on lined paper. I'm looking for some type of paper to sketch my molecules on and then tape it along the side of my notes so that it flips up and the information about the molecules or reaction (or other organic chemistry rhing I don't know about yet) is shown behind it. I've seen hexagonal paper before, but I'm not sure it's the greatest solution. I've considered utilising dot paper (like seen in bullet journals). Is there anyone who has an opinion on this? Thank you very much! I'm pretty skilled at drawing them. Because I've heard organic chemistry is fast-paced, I'm searching for a way to speed up my notes while maintaining the correctness and neatness of the molecules.

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Re: Organic Chemistry Molecules Paper
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2021, 05:19:40 AM »
I dont really understand but there is software like chemdraw that gives you good molecules.

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