2004, English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: CMLSnap: Animated Reaction Mechanisms Holliday, Gemma L; Mitchell, John B O; Murray-Rust, Peter

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  • 3919 bytes, 983 bytes, 3695 bytes, 190526 bytes, 30486 bytes, 35636 bytes, 27737 bytes, 31429 bytes, 3667 bytes, 124024 bytes, 10550 bytes, text/​html, application/​octet-stream, image/​gif
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  • 2004-10-09T09:10:24Z
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Title
  • CMLSnap: Animated Reaction Mechanisms
Author
  • Holliday, Gemma L
  • Mitchell, John B O
  • Murray-Rust, Peter
Published
  • 2004-10-09T09:10:24Z
Physical Description
  • 3919 bytes, 983 bytes, 3695 bytes, 190526 bytes, 30486 bytes, 35636 bytes, 27737 bytes, 31429 bytes, 3667 bytes, 124024 bytes, 10550 bytes, text/​html, application/​octet-stream, image/​gif
  • Preprint
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  • Preprint submitted to the Internet Journal of Chemistry and archived as a PRE-REFEREED PREPRINT under the Journal's ROMEO-GREEN policy. The manuscsript is an HTML + SVG hyperdocument of many components. The main paper is deposited but the hyperlinks have not been added so will appear broken. A major theme of the article is the animation of reactions using SVG and for this the reader should view the individual document components. (As a last resort they may download the ZIP file, unpack it, and view it in a modern browser). If they do not have SVG they should install a plugin, e.g. from http:/​/​www.adobe.com/​svg.The MAIN PAPER is paper.htmlTHE MATERIAL IS COPYRIGHT AND MAY NOT CURRENTLY BE ALTERED OR REDISTRIBUTED. For more information, and animated demos, see http:/​/​wwmm.ch.cam.ac.uk/​moin/​CmlSnap
  • Reactions with many steps can be represented by a single XML-based table of the atoms, bonds and electrons. For each step the complete Chemical Markup Language1 representation of all components is given. These snapshots can then be combined to give an animated description of the complete reaction, both in "2D" chemical structure diagrams and in three dimensions. Here we demonstrate the method's power with enzymatic reactions.
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