ACD/Labs ActiveX Controls

MolX

MolX is an ACD/Labs ActiveX component that offers chemical structure handling capabilities to PC-based applications. It can easily be embedded into custom applications written in a variety of programming environments supporting ActiveX technology—C++, Delphi, Basic, or Web-related. MolX allows you to:

  • Display chemical structures and other drawn images. The following formats are supported:
    • ACD/ChemSketch Document (*.sk2)
    • Molfile (*.mol) or molfile contents (as text strings in molfile format)
    • Rxnfile (*.rxn) or rxnfile contents (as text strings in rxnfile format)
    • SDfile (*.sdf)
    • ISIS/Draw Sketch File (*.skc)
    • CambridgeSoft ChemDraw Sketch File (*.cdx, *.chm)
  • Set the display preferences: control the colors, sizes, and fonts of atomic symbols. Control size, color, and thickness of bonds
  • Calculate various physicochemical properties and generate the chemical names (depending on installed ACD/Labs modules) for the currently displayed chemical structure
  • Display results in a dialog box, or output them to a text file
  • Activate registered ACD/Labs programs and use them to calculate available properties for the currently displayed chemical structure, or search over the ACD/Labs databases

SpecX

SpecX is an ACD/Labs ActiveX component that offers the ability to include spectral and chromatographic viewing capabilities to PC-based applications. It can easily be embedded into custom applications written in a variety of programming environments supporting ActiveX technology—C++, Delphi, Basic, or Web-related.

With SpecX you can view analytical data from files in many formats. All NMR, MS, UV-Vis, IR, Raman, Curve, and Chromatography filters accepted by ACD/SpecManager are available. Files can be local, on a network, or from FTP or HTTP addresses.

SpecX MS
SpecX NMR
SpecX UVIR
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SpecX allows you to:

  • Set display preferences for each spectral technique—choose the colors and fonts for axis labels, grid, peaks, integrals, multiplets, assignments, and annotations.
  • Use "Zoom In/Zoom Out" tools
  • Display tables of peaks, assignments, annotations, etc., in dialog boxes
  • Co-ordinate with MolX so that scrolling through a table of assignments or fragments will display the assigned chemical structure with the corresponding atom or fragment highlighted