This site now has the ability to display molecules interactively via the Jmol Java applet. This should mean that some stories or articles may come to mean a little more. As an example:[jmol=300]H3N-BF3.mol[/jmol]The motivation for this came from CHMEMCONF Spring 2006 and in particular Bob Hanson’s paper. With Bob’s encouragment, what I’ve done here is made a small extension to the software I’m using here (Drupal so that molecules can be embedded simply with a bbcode type string, in this case: [jmol=300]H3N-BF3.mol[/jmol]I’ll issue a note with more details on how to do this after further work.Can’t see anything above? Please consult [url]http://jmol.sourceforge.net/[/url] for help. In particular, Jmol should run on any system that supports Java 1.4. Previous versions of Java are not supported.
Note added 20 Dec 2015: this site is not using Drupal at present so the above is our of date. Instead see the JSmol information.
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