By G.W. Gribble and T.L. Gilchrist (Eds.)
Comprises edited lawsuits of ECHET96 digital convention, together with 10 keynote articles, eighty three contributed articles and posters, three articles describing how the chemical content material of the convention used to be assembled and accessed, and e mail discussions. additionally comprises choices from CLIC greater Chemical Communications venture, Chemical Markup Language documentation, an instance of using Hyperwave for based record collections, and examples of the presentation of 3D molecular details utilizing internet applied sciences. learn more... summary: includes edited lawsuits of ECHET96 digital convention, together with 10 keynote articles, eighty three contributed articles and posters, three articles describing how the chemical content material of the convention was once assembled and accessed, and e mail discussions. additionally comprises decisions from CLIC more advantageous Chemical Communications venture, Chemical Markup Language documentation, an instance of using Hyperwave for dependent record collections, and examples of the presentation of 3D molecular details utilizing internet applied sciences
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