Alex M. Clark, Chemical Education, ACS 2012 Philadelphia

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Presentation at the American Chemical Society meeting (Philadelphia, 2012) by Alex M. Clark from Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc. Use of mobile chemistry apps in education.

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Alex M. Clark, Chemical Education, ACS 2012 Philadelphia

  1. Chemical structurediagrams, reactions anddata: anytime, anywhere Dr. Alex M. Clark August 2012© 2012 Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc. http://molmatinf.com 1
  2. Apps• Already making an impact on education• Plenty of content consumption - apps have always been good for that• But what about content creation?• Much harder, especially for chemical structures
  3. Draw a molecule• Being able to specify a molecule opens doorsIs it valid? Present it Obtain Lookup in Share it properties catalog
  4. + MolPrime main menu pic• Available for iOS, with Android coming soon
  5. Sketching• Sketcher is designed for optimal use on small screens• Gestures, tools, templates: for drawing perfect structures, with minimum interaction• Basic primitives for molecular diagram sketching, Journal of Cheminformatics, 2:8 (2010)
  6. Validity• Property calculation includes valence checking• Identify basic problems with structures• Drawing errors or chemistry misunderstandings lead to invalid oxidation states
  7. Properties• Scalar properties can be derived from the structure... • Simple properties are calculated on the device: - molecular formula & weight - atom-type counts - rotatable bonds • Detailed calculations via webservice: - log P - molar refractivity - topological polar surface area
  8. Stereochemistry• Webservice for calculating stereochemistry: - chirality (R/S) - double bonds (E/Z)• Use the app to draw the molecule and obtain the correct answer
  9. Tautomers• Webservice can calculate tautomers and provide an interconversion graph• App allows navigation through tautomer space
  10. Mass spectroscopy• Can calculate the isotopic mass distribution, and exact mass, based on the structure• Helps with assigning mass spectra
  11. Lookup online• Many ways to lookup molecular structure in online: e.g. Open with the ChemSpider Mobile app• Can also search SPRESI, Mobile Reagents, PubChem, ChEBI, eMolecules
  12. Presentation • Can copy bitmap to clipboard: paste into iWork • Or create vector graphics (SVG, EPS, Word/Excel)Vector Bitmap
  13. Sharing: Email • Initiate an email, with an image, source data...• Recipient can view the picture...• ... and open the data: with an app, or any other platform software.
  14. Sharing: Web • Upload to molsync.com • View public link• Can share the link with anyone, e.g. via social networks• Can download the structure in many formats, including graphics
  15. Twitter• Can tweet from app using iOS Twitter integration• Uploads molecule to website• Includes the link within the tweet• Link provides viewing and access to the data
  16. See Also http://molmatinf.com/products.html 1.5 Mobile Molecular Open Drug Discovery DataSheet (MMDS) Teams (ODDT) with Collaborations in Chemistry MolSync ChemSpider Mobile with Royal Society of Chemistry SAR Table SPRESI mobile with InfoChem MolPrime Reaction101 with Eidogen-Sertanty Green Solvents Yield101 with Eidogen-Sertanty
  17. Conclusion• Numerous ways to teach chemistry, using molecular structures• Useful pedagogical tools already available, starting with structure drawing• This is just the http://molmatinf.com beginning... so many http://molsync.com more ideas to explore. http://cheminf20.org @aclarkxyz 17
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