Using PQR in Course Materials
Go to pqr.pitt.edu
Type the name of the molecule you want to search for it
In some cases, the search will return multiple molecules e.g., (s) and (r) forms of ibuprofen. Click on the match you want. If only one match is found, you'll go to that compound automatically.
Here's the default "simple" view for a molecule on a desktop computer.
Copy the QR Code
Click the link labelled "Generate QR Code". This will generate the 2D barcode that people can scan to go to that compound page. You can drag the image, copy, or save to your desktop by right-clicking on the image.
Copy the DOI link
Step 2 is to copy the DOI web link, here http://doi.org/10/f289mv If you right-click, you can copy the link directly, or select the text and add the "http://doi.org/" prefix yourself.
Paste them into Word, Powerpoint, etc. Students can click the links or scan the barcodes to get interactive views of molecules on there phones, tablets, etc.