29 No. 3
brief overviews of helpful chemistry resources on the
Free Information Resources for Chemists, Part 2—Update
This is an update to the Internet Connection that appeared
on page 29 of the Sep-Oct
Protein Explorer is a derivative of Rasmol, rather than an update as previously stated: Rasmol itself and OpenRasMol (an open-source version) can be found at <http://OpenRasMol.org>. Not mentioned in Part 2 is Jmol (not JMol), a Java-based, open-source, interactive web browser applet, available at <www.jmol.org>, for molecular display. Jmol is currently under very active development as a promising successor to Chime and a list of websites using Jmol may be found at <http://wiki.jmol.org/index.php/Websites_Using_Jmol>. The base site for the World Index of Molecular Visualization resources can be found at <www.molvisindex.org>. This URL transfers your browser to <http://molvis.sdsc.edu/visres/index.html>.
Dr. Angel Herraez of Universidad de Alcala, Spain, provided this useful information to Leslie Glaser.
last modified 15 June 2007.
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