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Microsoft does Chemistry

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Microsoft, has entered the chemical world with the launch of a free
add-on for its Word
processing application that lets users insert
chemical labels, formulas, and two-dimensional structures into a
document
. Chem4Word, which is in the beta testing phase, is based on
Chemical Markup Language (CML), which means meta data underlies labels,
formulas, and structures.

http://cenblog.org/newscripts/2010/04/microsoft-does-chemistry-%e2%80%a6-and-open-source/

Written by hbasset

April 29, 2010 at 8:19 pm

Posted in 04: Capitalization

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