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by WebElements: the periodic table on the web

This is for web authors.

Have a look at JSmol where you can find information about the JSMol molecule viewer. With this you can publish chemical structures in your web pages and it usually works just fine provided your viewers have fast access to the internet. For an example of JSmol in action try this VSEPR tutorial.

Quote: “JSmol is a JavaScript framework that allows web developers to create pages that utilize either Java or HTML5 (no Java), at will. This enables Jmol to display interactive 3D molecular structures on devices that do not have Java installed, or for which Java is not available (such as smart phones and some tablet computers, e.g. iPad) or has not been installed because of concerns for Java being a security threat.”

December 1st, 2015

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