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Elemental and Molecular Heritage: An Internet-based Display
Department of Chemistry, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London, SW7 2AY, UK
Received: 3 March 1998; Accepted: 6 March 1998 / Published: 9 March 1998
Abstract: The background to a Web page describing elemental and molecular heritage at Imperial College chemistry department is described. Photographs are shown of the original samples of elemental bromine and crystalline silicon, and molecular ferrocene and mauveine. 3D "Hyperactive" models of these systems are shown, together with a recently discovered heterocyclic systems scorpionine, which like mauveine is made by a deceptively simple chemical synthesis.
Keywords: Molecular heritage; WWW; review
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Rzepa, H.S. Elemental and Molecular Heritage: An Internet-based Display. Molecules 1998, 3, 94-99.
Rzepa HS. Elemental and Molecular Heritage: An Internet-based Display. Molecules. 1998; 3(3):94-99.
Rzepa, Henry S. 1998. "Elemental and Molecular Heritage: An Internet-based Display." Molecules 3, no. 3: 94-99.