Examples of the Application of Java to Chemistry
- NanoCAD A freeware nanotech design system, by William Ware
- A Molecular Formula <=> Mass Converter by Guillaume Cottenceau at Imperial College
- Experiments in Colors by the mc2 Consortium at Berkeley University
- double-z STO LCAO-SCF calculation on the helium atom by David Moseley
- Active Labs, including a molecular sketcher used for the ECTOC-3 Conference
- The HyperWave System Browser, implemented in Java for ECHET96
- Examples of Chemical Markup Language by Peter Murray-Rust
- Isoelectronic surface plot of the electrostatic potential of Benzene.
- Molecular Dynamics Simulation, which will render a VRML scene on request from the wireframe image displayed by the program
- Gaussian Front End
- Mathematical Equation Setting
- Sketch and Fetch Molecule Builder from Tripos
- ChemSymphony molecular viewer and editor by Anatoli Krassavine and published by Cherwell Scientific.
- Java Molecular and Atomic Orbitals by Robert Lancashire.
- Molecular Editor by Denis Bayada at Leeds
- JaMM by J. N. Huffman at Indiana
- Sequence Aligment Editor: CINEMA by David J Parry-Smith, Andrew W R Payne, Alex D Michie and Teresa K Attwood
- QuickPDB - A Sequence/Structure Search and Display Java Applet by Ilya Shindyalov and Phil Bourne
- Calculations of MO Properties, by David Mosley.
- Calculation of Buffer Recipes, by Rob Beynon.
For a general source of information, see the Gamelan Site
or the JARS Java Review Site
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Last Update: August 11, 1997