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#649 - 12/01/04 01:41 AM 3-D Molecules
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I thought this gave good visuals without the need for special glasses eek http://valhalla.chem.udel.edu/3-D.html
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#650 - 12/01/04 04:44 AM Re: 3-D Molecules

Interesting. I got three lively little molecules in 3-D on the top figure, but the rest were just blurry jumbles.

Maybe someone else has different results.


#651 - 12/04/04 02:31 AM Re: 3-D Molecules
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ORTEP, CRYSTAL; any molecular modeling program will generate stereodiagrams,

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#652 - 12/04/04 04:51 AM Re: 3-D Molecules

Al, it's not the stereogram's fault. It's my eyes; they diverge sufficiently that I can't bring the larger molecules into focus completely. I'm a dud at a stereogram party, too. Everybody's got to have a flaw, I guess. I went through six years of college and two degrees and only two people ever realized I couldn't see properly through binocular scopes. I should have been an astrononer, I suppose. Or applied for a job as Werner Klemperer's understudy. :-)


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