System Requirements

WINDOWS:

Intel or AMD Chip (2 GHz and up)
Windows 7, 8.1, or 10
800 MB disk space or higher
2 GB RAM

MACINTOSH:

Modern Intel-based Macintosh Only
OS X 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, or 10.14
800 MB disk space or higher
2 GB RAM

ODYSSEY  V6.1.1 for Windows and Macintosh

What if your students can actually see it?

ODYSSEY Molecular Explorer version 6 is the latest release of Wavefunction’s cutting edge molecular visualization environment, including full 3D simulations of atoms and molecules based on Newton’s laws of motion. With more than 100 Guided Lab activities; a Molecular Stockroom of more than 1000 samples spanning the periodic table and including organic, inorganic, and biological entries; a Concepts & Applications section providing hundreds of examples of chemistry that students encounter every day; and the Demos & Visualizations section with stunning, ready-to-use, interactive and classroom-ready 3D simulation samples, ODYSSEY provides an unparalleled view of chemistry at the molecular level.

The Instructor’s Edition includes content editing and the option to author new lab activities. The Student Edition includes more than 100 assignable lab worksheets. With alignments to state and next generation science standards as well the advanced placement chemistry framework, ODYSSEY is a content-rich application developed for visual learners and enriches any general chemistry curriculum.

Click here to check out the New Features in ODYSSEY V6 (pdf).

Click here to check out the Release Notes for ODYSSEY V6 (pdf).

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Take a look at our NMR article in the Journal of Natural Products,
J. Nat. Prod. 2019, 82 8, 2299-2306

Publication Date: July 19, 2019

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