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How to use Jmol to study and present molecular structures, suppl. 2011 By Angel Herráez
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This is a supplement over the original, printed, 2007 edition of Volume 1, that provides an update on several Jmol features that have changed since. It also includes an additional chapter devoted to... More > describing the Export to Web module included in the Jmol application.< Less
How to use Jmol to study and present molecular structures, suppl. 2011 By Angel Herráez
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This is a supplement over the original, printed, 2007 edition of Volume 1, that provides an update on several Jmol features that have changed since. It also includes an additional chapter devoted to... More > describing the Export to Web module included in the Jmol application.< Less
Visualizing Biological Structures and Molecules By Thomas Creighton
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This volume describes the various ways to determine the structures of biological materials and molecules, using their interactions with light of widely varying wavelengths, as well as scanning... More > probes. The most detailed structures are determined using X-ray crystallography and NMR. These chapters are taken from the larger volume "The Physical and Chemical Basis of Molecular Biology" (2010, Helvetian Press, www.HelvetianPress.com).< Less
How to use Jmol to study and present molecular structures (Vol. 1) By Angel Herráez
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Jmol is an interactive viewer for molecular models in the computer. This book aims to be both a tutorial for beginners and a handbook for reference and deepening for more skilled users. It may be of... More > profit for instructors, content authors, students, researchers, and administrators or designers of information portals. The book is organized in sections for a gradual learning curve. It starts with the simplest and most frequent commands and then advances into the occasional, specific and more complex ones. There are sections addressed to those who only need occasional and basic use, another that explains how to take advantage of the command language –split into two levels and further continued on vol. 2– and, finally, a section only needed by those interested on preparing web pages to present models to others. A command index is included, as well as a glossary and a listing of reference addresses in internet, including that of the companion website created for this book.< Less
Abstracts of the 11th Electronic Computational Chemistry Conference By Robert Q. Topper and Olga Dmitrenko
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ECCC11 was held April 2-30 2007, entirely on the Internet, at http://eccc.monmouth.edu. As with the previous ten ECCCs, ECCC11 had NO registration fees and was a completely virtual, online... More > conference. The ECCC is a multidisciplinary, international conference and spans all aspects of computational and theoretical chemistry and materials science, as well as molecular biology, molecular and atomic physics, visualization, cheminformatics, the history of computational chemistry, computational chemistry and education, and all related fields. Participants were able to view the presentations and discuss them entirely through a web browser. Abstracts for all contributions to ECCC11 were peer-reviewed to insure novelty, scientific value, and appropriateness for inclusion in the conference. Outstanding presentations were considered for special recognition based on their scientific merit and originality, and for high-quality integration of multimedia techniques in the presentation.< Less
Abstracts of the 11th Electronic Computational Chemistry Conference By Robert Q. Topper and Olga Dmitrenko
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ECCC11 was held April 2-30 2007, entirely on the Internet, at http://eccc.monmouth.edu. As with the previous ten ECCCs, ECCC11 had NO registration fees and was a completely virtual, online... More > conference. The ECCC is a multidisciplinary, international conference and spans all aspects of computational and theoretical chemistry and materials science, as well as molecular biology, molecular and atomic physics, visualization, cheminformatics, the history of computational chemistry, computational chemistry and education, and all related fields. Participants were able to view the presentations and discuss them entirely through a web browser. Abstracts for all contributions to ECCC11 were peer-reviewed to insure novelty, scientific value, and appropriateness for inclusion in the conference. Outstanding presentations were considered for special recognition based on their scientific merit and originality, and for high-quality integration of multimedia techniques in the presentation.< Less