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Avogadro is an advanced molecular editor designed for cross-platform use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science and related areas. It offers a flexible rendering framework and a powerful plugin architecture.
This project aims to integrate the PyQuante library in Avogadro. PyQuante can calculate energy, molecular orbitals and other properties with quantum methods. With this extension you can do this directly in Avogadro using its powerful interface.
Por medio de Python y diferentes modulos del mismo, el programa ofrece al usuario descripcion de cada elemento de la table periodica actual. Tambien permite obtener datos de gases a partir de otros, por medio de las diferentes leyes (de Boyle, de Charles, de Avogadro, del Gas Ideal, de Graham). Otra funcion que cumple es generar graficas de las propiedades periodicas de los elemento deseados. Puede contactarse con las creadoras a los siguientes correos: email@example.com, mechesmg@gmai
ccwatcher monitors the progress of computational chemistry calculations during runtime. It has both a GUI and a quot;Command Line Interfacequot; to which it parses important output and plots SCF energies. Avogadro plugin capability is planned.
Avogadro is an advanced molecular editor designed for cross-platform use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and related areas. It offers flexible rendering and a powerful plugin architecture.
I'm not sure if you're aware of Google's built-in calculator, but it's totally awesome. It does all sorts of basic calculations, almost any unit conversion you can dream up, and for you programmers, it's great for doing base conversions. But opening a web browser to http://www.google.com just to make sure you converted 0x34 to decimal in your head correctly, isn't always convenient (this is of course assuming that no other calculators exist, such as bc). So, I threw together a very simple comman