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Jmol 14.15.2 2017-04Java viewer for chemical structures in 3D
Jmol is an applet and Java based application designed to display various 3D chemical information. Jmol's features include reading a variety of file types and output from quantum chemistry programs, and animation of multi-frame files and computed normal modes from quantum programs.
Jmol 14.15.2 2017-04 details
|Released:||May 2, 2017|
|File size:||66.70 MB|
|Keywords:||quantum chemistry, 3D viewer, 3D chemical information, chemistry, chemical|
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Jmol is an applet and Java based application designed to display various 3D chemical information.
Jmol's features include reading a variety of file types and output from quantum chemistry programs, and animation of multi-frame files and computed normal modes from quantum programs.
· The JmolApplet is a web browser applet that can be integrated into web pages. It is ideal for development of web-based courseware and web-accessible chemical databases. The JmolApplet provides an upgrade path for users of the Chime plug-in.
· The Jmol application is a standalone Java application that runs on the desktop.
· The JmolViewer can be integrated as a component into other Java applications.
· Translated into multiple languages: Catalan (ca), Chinese (both zh_CN and zh_TW) Czech (cs), Dutch (nl), French (fr), German (de), Hungarian (hu), Italian (it), Korean (ko), Portuguese - Brazil (pt_BR), Spanish (es), Turkish (tr), (in addition to the native American English, en-US, and British English, en-GB).
· Automatically adopts the language of the user's operating system, if it is among the translations available. You can change to another language if desired.
· Supports all major web browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, Opera, Konqueror, IceWeasel
· High-performance 3D rendering with no hardware requirements
· Support for unit cell and symmetry operations
· Schematic shapes for secondary structures in biomolecules