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Where can I get images of exact organic compounds?

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I tried wolframalpha already I'm looking specifically for: cis non-4-ene and trans non-4-ene
I'm to create computer notes, but drawing them looks awkward on a computer screen
Cis just means point in same direction, trans means opposite directions. Non I beieve is 9.

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try this: http://sdbs.riodb.aist.go.jp/sdbs/cgi-bin/direct_frame_top.cgi its the Japanese organic compound database, it has a lot of functions like finding compounds based on some properties and it has some IR and other spectrographies
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@levinelevine has provided an excellent online database which has tons of organic compounds, IR and NMR spectrums! You should definitely check it out and bookmark it for future reference!
its the best for everything in the organic world. ooor you should try www.chemspider.com its really awesome too
thanks, those websites really helped with most compounds. Is there any websites that work for cis and trans isomers tho?
Try: http://aceorganic.pearsoncmg.com/epoch-plugin/public/welcome.html
which one??

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