A company of consultants in chemistry and chemical engineering, actively involved in product development, computational, experimental, and environmental organic chemistry.
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A listing of publications that describe the QVBMM molecular mechanics force field and its applications in organic chemistry is available.
Molecular Modelers frequently start their studies by examining the X-ray crystallographic coordinate data of molecules. Good places to start are -
·The Brookhaven Protein DataBank
·The Cambridge Crystallographic Database
·The Nucleic Acid Database at Rutgers U., NJ
Stargazing at the Hubble Telescope Gallery is the best way to see spectacular images of nature's marvels and tomorrow's home-worlds.
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