Chemical Compound Viewer
About Chemical Compound Viewer
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The Chemical Compound Viewer shows key compounds listed in an article, enabling readers to click through to additional information on Reaxys®.
The Chemical Compound Viewer provides authors and readers with many benefits. It:
- Enables authors to include detailed and accurate information about the main chemical compounds described in the article
- Helps readers identify the chemical compounds featured in the article
- Helps readers access additional information with one click
- Makes articles easier to find on the internet
Elsevier developed the Chemical Compound Viewer in cooperation with Reaxys®, the web-based workflow solution for research chemists.
Structural determinants for ERK5 (MAPK7) and leucine rich repeat kinase 2 activities of benzo[e]pyrimido-[5,4-b]diazepine-6(11H)-ones – European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
Pharmacophore-based discovery of FXR-agonists. Part II: Identification of bioactive triterpenes from Ganoderma lucidum – Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry
With features such as the Chemical Compound Viewer, Elsevier’s Content Innovation program gives authors the opportunity to present their work in powerful new ways. By supporting new digital formats that are commonly used in modern-day research, and adding valuable context to the article, these enrichments improve the way articles are presented online, giving readers better insights and helping authors make an impact.
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We develop all our Content Innovation features by working with researchers. If you have any suggestions for us, or would be willing to take part in user testing, we’d like to hear from you. Just e-mail us at email@example.com.
Create a .mol file for each of the main structures described in your article. InChIkeys. The Reaxys® Chemical Compound Viewer uses InChIkeys to create the links to Reaxys and for doing a web search.
- A .mol file is a file holding information about atoms, bonds, connectivity and coordinates of a molecule.
Most chemical editing software programs can save your structure with the .mol extension. For the Chemical Compound Viewer, structures must be well defined and cannot contain aromatic bonds, R-groups or other variables.
In your manuscript, you can indicate where you want the material to appear in the article, for example, by writing ‘File1.mol here’.
You can upload your .mol files via the online submission system, together with your article.
When your article is published, the InChIkeys will be published below the abstract on ScienceDirect. By default, the Chemical Compound Viewer will appear next to your article.
For more information, read the general reviewer instructions for Content Innovation.