Chemistry in your hand. Using mobile devices to access public chemistry compound data
by Antony Williams, ChemConnector on Aug 26, 2010
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Mobile devices allowing browsing of the internet to access chemistry related data come in many forms: phones, music players and, increasingly, as “tablets” and “pads”. With the “permanently ...
Mobile devices allowing browsing of the internet to access chemistry related data come in many forms: phones, music players and, increasingly, as “tablets” and “pads”. With the “permanently online” connectivity of these mobile devices, the browser now being the default environment for much of our computer-based interactions, and the increasing availability of rich datasets online, the aggregation of these offerings mesh together to provide chemists with the capabilities to query and search for chemistry in ways that were the stuff of science fiction only a few years ago. Using the ChemSpider platform as a foundation, and with the intention of continuing to enable the community to access Chemistry, we have delivered mobile chemistry applications to search across over 24 million compounds sourced from over 400 data sources to retrieve data including properties, spectra and links to patents and publications.
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