|Company||Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc.
|Key people||Dr. Alex M. Clark
Dr. Steven Muskal
Dr. Maurizio Bronzetti
Yield101 is a companion to Reaction101 that provides features that are useful for synthetic chemists at the lab bench. It is the second app build from the ground up as a collaboration between Molecular Materials Informatics and Eidogen-Sertanty. Yield101 is built from the same components as is the Mobile Molecular DataSheet, and integrates with serverside functionality from Mobile Reagents.
 Technical Details
- Import new reaction yield-schemes from your Reaction101 personal collection, to use as a starting point.
- Draw or modify reaction component structures using the powerful Mobile Molecular DataSheet structure editor.
- Enter known quantity information (mass, volume, moles) and conversion properties (density, concentration). Interdependent quantities will be calculated automatically, e.g. mass to moles via molecular weight, mass to volume via density, etc.
- Automatically calculate minimum quantities for secondary reactants, and yields for products, via stoichiometry.
- Automatically calculate the process mass intensity (PMI) for the overall reaction, in order to help optimise a reaction's "greenness".
- Select solvents from a built in list, which include structure and density.
- Store personal yield schemes on a cloud-based server, provided by technology from Eidogen-Sertanty, for later recall.
- Reaction component structures are automatically checked against the Mobile Reagents collection, to provide information about the commercial availability of reactants and products.
- Exchange yield data and graphics by email attachments. Opening reaction attachments, or downloading reactions from the internet, will open the reaction for editing using Yield101.
- Prepare a PDF file with the yield scheme arranged in a print-ready layout, to view, email or print.
 Yield101 on the iPad
 Yield101 on the iPhone
 Licensing & Availability
Yield101 is commercial software, albeit inexpensive.
- Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc.
- Product information
- Demo video
- “Process Mass Intensity” calculation Blog Post
- See also: Reaction101, Mobile Reagents, Mobile Molecular DataSheet, MolPrime
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