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The InChI, the International Chemical Identifier, has been the basis of both indexing and deduplication of the ChemSpider database since the inception of the platform. When the InChI was adopted we envisaged a future whereby the identifier would proliferate across journals, databases and the internet in general providing us a basis for “structure searching the internet”. This presentation will provide an overview of how the InChI has facilitated the integration of ChemSpider to chemistry on the internet, some of the surprising findings that have resulted from this work and extrapolate the influence of InChIs into the future for a chemically enabled web.
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