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ChemicalData   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ChemicalData["name", " property"] gives the value of the specified property for the chemical " name".ChemicalData["name"] gives a structure diagram for the chemical with the ...
Building on the concept of symbolic data description, Mathematica 6.0 introduced the major new "elements" framework for handling import and export of data, in nearly a ...
New in 7.0: Computable Data   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica 7 delivers the latest fruits of Wolfram Research's major long-term Computable Data Initiative, providing immediate access to curated static and dynamic data in ...
WolframAlpha   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
WolframAlpha["query"] sends query to Wolfram|Alpha and imports the output.WolframAlpha["query", format] imports the output according to the specified format.
Scientific & Technical Data   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica has immedate built-in access to extensive scientific and technical data—all carefully curated and updated at Wolfram Research.
SMILES (.smi)   (Mathematica Import/Export Format)
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 ...
Constructing Graphs   (Mathematica Guide)
In Mathematica, graphs can be constructed in a variety of ways. They can be built from vertices and edges directly in a symbolic form. They can come from built-in curated ...
Use Curated Data   (Mathematica How To)
An efficient load-on-demand mechanism makes hundreds of gigabytes of carefully curated and continually updated data immediately available inside Mathematica for use in ...
VertexCoordinates   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
VertexCoordinates is an option to Graph and related functions that specifies the coordinates to use to place the center of vertices.
Sphere   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Sphere[{x, y, z}, r] represents a sphere of radius r centered at (x, y, z). Sphere[{x, y, z}] represents a sphere of radius 1. Sphere[{{x_1, y_1, z_1}, {x_2, y_2, z_2}, ...}, ...
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