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Enhancement of the chemical semantic web through the use of InChI identifiers

Enhancement of the chemical semantic web through the use of InChI identifiers
Enhancement of the chemical semantic web through the use of InChI identifiers
Molecules, as defined by connectivity specified via the International Chemical Identifier (InChI), are precisely indexed by major web search engines so that Internet tools can be transparently used for unique structure searches.
world-wide-web, markup, xml
1477-0520
1832-1834
Coles, Simon J.
65bb28e4-4917-43f5-a770-a00017d6783f
Day, Nick E.
7b18ffb7-ce55-4477-bf68-a0e993afaf59
Murray-Rust, Peter
1f633b1c-1216-41dc-bb16-298dfd2b5841
Rzepa, Henry S.
1c998700-a3e1-48ec-9e7d-e502b721f55d
Zhang, Yong
a398822e-74d7-424e-8efc-bf8307927312
Coles, Simon J.
65bb28e4-4917-43f5-a770-a00017d6783f
Day, Nick E.
7b18ffb7-ce55-4477-bf68-a0e993afaf59
Murray-Rust, Peter
1f633b1c-1216-41dc-bb16-298dfd2b5841
Rzepa, Henry S.
1c998700-a3e1-48ec-9e7d-e502b721f55d
Zhang, Yong
a398822e-74d7-424e-8efc-bf8307927312

Coles, Simon J., Day, Nick E., Murray-Rust, Peter, Rzepa, Henry S. and Zhang, Yong (2005) Enhancement of the chemical semantic web through the use of InChI identifiers. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 3 (10), 1832-1834. (doi:10.1039/b502828k).

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Abstract

Molecules, as defined by connectivity specified via the International Chemical Identifier (InChI), are precisely indexed by major web search engines so that Internet tools can be transparently used for unique structure searches.

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Published date: 2005
Keywords: world-wide-web, markup, xml

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Local EPrints ID: 20762
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/20762
ISSN: 1477-0520
PURE UUID: 8ed7cdd6-4cb7-4655-b1ad-ee7bdb402236

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Date deposited: 28 Feb 2006
Last modified: 15 Jul 2019 19:25

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