Chem3D allows you to:
The University of Bath has a site licence for ChemOffice+ Cloud, provided by DD&T. This includes Chem3D, for Windows only. The licence allows you to download the software to your own PC (not available for Mac). The version currently installed on University computers is ChemDraw 19. Limited training and support is provided by the Library.
To access ChemDraw from public access computers in the Library or PC labs:
Go to Start – ChemOffice 2020 – Chem3D 20.1
On University-managed computers, you can download Chem3D from the software centre, as part of ChemOffice Professional. It is available for Windows only.
ChemDraw and Chem3D can be accessed remotely via Uniapps or UniDesk:
Chem3D is available for Windows only. You can download it together with ChemDraw, by following the instructions to download ChemOffice provided on the secure downloads page. Before you install a new version of ChemOffice, make sure that you have uninstalled any older version.
Note: the Perkin Elmer website causes various web browsers to come up with a security warning. You just have to ignore this. For example in Chrome, click on ‘advanced’ and then continue.
If you have a problem downloading ChemDraw (including Chem3D) you can try searching the PerkinElmer knowledge base:
Or seek help from DD&T: