Espresso ELN 6.0.2 is software suitable for both chemists with lots of experience and students, who want to expand their knowledge. This software seems to be a comprehensive chemistry electronic lab notebook (ELN). It enables such scientists to run experiments, view results and write down conclusions with great ease.
- Focus on the Experiment Protocol
- Detecting Experiment Context
- Client-Side Reaction Substructure Searches (RSS)
- Performance & Server Independence
- Platform and Application Independent Archiving
- Simple & Robust Infrastructure
This software application bundles an extensive selection of predefined experiments, which will help you get familiar with the worksheets and functions very quickly. However you can also create an entirely new user and start your own experiments from scratch. Espresso ELN 6.0 is capable of performing stoichiometric calculations as well as displaying graphical schemes of all chemical reactions. This software also comes with advanced search capabilities for reaction substructures. Thus it enables you to query the integrated materials database and find the reactant you need.
Its integrated chemical drawing editor aka ChemBytes Draw, can be integrated with other apps like ISIS/Draw and ChemDraw. Thus it allows quick editing of chemical schemes. Espresso ELN can be used for designing bonds between atoms and modifying their properties to reflect the desired reaction.
This science utility logs details about each single step of your experiments as well as it keeps track of every procedure and operation that you perform. The stored information includes combined materials, reagents, solvents, quantities, molar masses, temperatures and other properties. Besides that it enables you to put images or PDF files into your worksheets. Thus they will look much more appealing. Don't you think?
Espresso ELN is capable of generating conclusive and well-structured reports as well, because it is not only enough to just perform the experiment, but also to present the received data in the most appropriate way possible, right?