We thank the many people who, over the Internet or in person, have helped this theme of "Internet Chemistry" to come together. We are also very grateful for financial support from GlaxoWellcome and for a studentship (to CL), to the JISC Electronic Libraries Program, and to British Telecom.

References and Citations

  1. The Internet: A Guide for Chemists (Ed S. M. Bachrach), ACS publications, 1996.
  2. For review articles, see B. M. Tissue, Distributing and Retrieving Chemical Information Using the World-Wide Web, Tr. Anal. Chemistry;(28 July, 1995); Y. Wolman ; Chemical education on the Internet, Tr. Anal. Chemistry (19 February 1996); G. Wiggins, Use Of The Internet In Teaching ChemicalInformation Courses, Paper 09, New Initiatives in Chemical Education.
  3. N. Borenstein, and N. Freed, "MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) Part One: Mechanisms for Specifying and Describing the Format of Internet Message Bodies", RFC 1521, Bellcore, Innosoft, September 1993.
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  5. P. Murray-Rust. See for details.

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