Chemical Markup Language is intended as a reasonably-general-purpose markup language for a wide range of chemical concepts, from basic geometry up to spectra, reaction mechanisms, organic and inorganic crystallography, and computational chemistry/solid-state physics.

-- AndrewWalkingshaw - 06 Jul 2006

Topic revision: r1 - 06 Jul 2006 - AndrewWalkingshaw
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