One of the tools I use in the computer lab is a molecular CAD program called Argus Lab:


Typical output can be seen below:

You can also export to POVRay http://www.povray.org/ format if you want to create high resolution images.

I also like to go over some basic algebra and plug and play equations just to make sure. See the PPT file for more info.

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Comment by Hans Mikelson on September 10, 2008 at 4:16pm
I forgot to mention the best thing about Argus Lab is that it's free.

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Comment by TINC on September 10, 2008 at 4:14pm
good idea thanks

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