MIME type: chemical/x-daylight-smiles SMILES chemical format. Commonly used to describe the structure of chemical molecules. SMILES is an acronym for Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry Specification. Used in cheminformatics applications and in chemistry databases to represent chemical formulas. ASCII format. Uses a linear notation to represent the connectivity graph of a molecule. Can store data for multiple molecules. Developed in the 1980s by Arthur Weininger and David Weininger.
Import can read the canonical and the isomeric version of the SMILES format.