Calculation view provides structure-based predictions for any molecule structure. Available calculations include elemental analysis, names and identifiers, pKa, logP/logD, as well as solubility.
Search view lets you perform text-based and structure-based searches against the Chemicalize database to find web page sources and associated structures of the results. You can even combine text-based and structural queries to achieve advanced search capabilities.
Web Page Annotation
Web viewer displays any web page with chemical structures highlighted on it. Recognized formats are IUPAC names, common names, InChI, and SMILES identifiers. A chemical table of contents is organized at the left part of the page with the images of all recognized chemical structures.
Compliance view lets you check your compounds with respect to national regulations of several countries on narcotics, psychotropic drugs, explosives, hazardous materials, and toxic agents.
Some of the new and upcoming features (e.g., personal activity history) require the user authentication. Furthermore, we would like to know our Chemicalize users better to be able to target the upcoming developments more effectively. We strongly believe that the benefits of the new system will compensate you for this little inconvenience.
The credit system doesn't mean you can’t use Chemicalize for free. We will provide several features free of charge and give free monthly credits for every user. These possibilities should be enough for typical use cases. However, more intensive usage is also possible by paying some reasonable compensation for the extra resources. We believe that all Chemicalize users will benefit from the new credit system since we can speed up the development and updates to provide more valuable features and content.
In the beta test period, you can get unlimited credits for free, but please note that these credits won’t be transferred to the production system.
The first version of Chemicalize was created primarily for demonstration purposes and included several not widely used features. In the new version, we have removed some of these functions to make the application more clear and practical. Please, let us know if you miss something. We are open to extend the current functionality based on user feedback.
You are free to use any result or image from Chemicalize in your publications or reports, just please refer to ChemAxon and chemicalize.com.
Yes, you can. There are no restrictions for commercial usage.
Your feedback is highly appreciated. You can use the built in feedback box, appearing in the right bottom corner of Chemicalize pages, or you can send an e-mail to email@example.com.