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Open Access A History of Hyperactive Chemistry on the Web: From Text and Images to Objects, Models, and Molecular Components

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The chemical application of the Internet over the last decade is reviewed, and lessons from the experience set out. In particular, we emphasize that to create a high quality, indexed and structured chemical resource using this technology, new standards and methodologies have to be defined and adopted. One particular change, from the traditional use of text and illustrations in printed journals, to the deployment of object-based models built from, e.g., molecular components is discussed in more detail.

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Publication date: November 1, 1998

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