# Reactor Examples inJChemforExcelUsage Reactor

Example 1: JCReactProductStructure function constructs a possible product for each reactant pair.

A1 cell contains the reaction scheme (Reaction)

A2-A7 cells contain nucleophile reactants (Reactant1)

B1-G1 cells contain isocyanate reactants (Reactant2)

Insert the "JCReactProductStructure" function with the following parameters:

Reaction=$A$1

Reactant1=$A2

Reactant2=B$1

into the B2 cell.

B2=JCReactProductStructure($A$1;$A2;B$1)

Copy the function from the B2 cell to the other cells of the B2-G7 range by dragging.

Constructed products are displayed in the cells of the B2-G7 range.

Example 2: JCReactProductStructure function constructs multiple products.

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A1 cell contains the reaction scheme (Reaction) |

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B2 cell contains the reactant (Reactant1) |

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A3-A10 cells contain product list numbers (ProductListNumber) |

Insert the "JCReactProductStructure" function with the following parameters:

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Reaction=$A$1 |

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Reactant1=$B$2 |

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ProductListNumber=A3 |

into the B3 cell.

B3=JCReactProductStructure($A$1;$B$2;;;A3)

Copy the function from the B3 cell to the other cells of the B3-B10 range by dragging.

Constructed products are displayed in the cells of the B3-B9 range. There is no product list for number 8 - it means that there are 7 possible products.

Example 3: JCReactReactionStructure function constructs a possible reaction for each reactant pair.

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A1 cell contains the reaction scheme (Reaction) |

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A2-A7 cells contain nucleophile reactants (Reactant1) |

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B1-G1 cells contain isocyanate reactants (Reactant2) |

Insert the "JCReactReactionStructure" function with the following parameters:

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Reaction=$A$1 |

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Reactant1=$A2 |

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Reactant2=B$1 |

into the B2 cell.

B2=JCReactReactionStructure($A$1;$A2;B$1)

Copy the function from the B2 cell to the other cells of the B2-G7 range by dragging.

Constructed reactions are displayed in the cells of the B2-G7 range.