Electronic Visualisation in Chemistry: from Alchemy to Art

@article{Harrison2013ElectronicVI,
  title={Electronic Visualisation in Chemistry: from Alchemy to Art},
  author={Karl Harrison and Jonathan P. Bowen and Alice M. Bowen},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1307.6360}
}
  • Karl Harrison, Jonathan P. Bowen, Alice M. Bowen
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • Chemists now routinely use software as part of their work. For example, virtual chemistry allows chemical reactions to be simulated. In particular, a selection of software is available for the visualisation of complex 3-dimensional molecular structures. Many of these are very beautiful in their own right. As well as being included as illustrations in academic papers, such visualisations are often used on the covers of chemistry journals as artistically decorative and attractive motifs. Chemical… CONTINUE READING

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