Designing new chemicals possessing a set of desired physical properties is one Synapse's key capabilities. Synapse enables you to design chemicals both graphically and combinatorially. The functions, constraints, groups and constraints needed to design chemicals, as well as the generated candidates, are stored in Chemical Design Documents.
A Chemical Design Document contains five chapters. Each of these chapters can be accessed by clicking on its corresponding tab in the document's Tab Pane.
|manages title, descriptions and other information about the Chemical Design document
|Graphical Design Chapter
|provides capabilities for designing chemicals graphically and quickly visualizing their satisfaction of design constraints
|Combinatorial Design Chapter
|provides capabilities for specifying design groups and design constraints to be used to algorithmically design new chemicals
|Chemical Functions Chapter
|manages the functions used to create design constraints for both graphical and combinatorial designs
|manages the details of references used through the document
|Getting Started using Synapse
|documentation showing how to use Synapse to design new chemicals.
|documentation detailing how to use Synapse to design new chemical products.
|the chemicals chapter of knowledge base documents contains numerous sections for entering and displaying data and estimates including the chemical structure section.