Reaction Explorer

Reaction Explorer helps students learn Organic Chemistry by testing their understanding of reactions and their underlying mechanisms in ways never before possible. Effective learning and evaluation tools for organic chemistry require more than numerical calculations and multiple choice content. Reaction Explorer enables complex, visual interactive learning with multi-step synthesis and arrow-pushing electronic mechanism diagrams. This is powered by an underlying one-of-its-kind chemistry artificial intelligence system. This uniquely allows Reaction Explorer to generate and solve an unlimited number of practice problems with personalized feedback on-demand.

Originally developed as a research project at the University of California at Irvine, Reaction Explorer developed into a standard part of the organic chemistry curriculum. Based on the success of this program, the technology has been spun off into an independent company that is now making the system available to students and universities around the world through a strategic partnership with publishers.

Introduction / Demonstration Video

Sample / Trial

To explore a sampling of the content and technology that drives the learning system, refer to the sample site where ongoing research and development into chemical informatics is taking place at the University of California, Irvine.

Sample Site



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