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Using Mathematica and Maple To Obtain Chemical Equations


Journal of Chemical Education Volume 74, Number 11, ISSN 0021-9584


Shows how the computer software programs Mathematica and Maple can be used to obtain chemical equations to represent the stoichiometry of a reacting system. Specific examples are included. Contains 10 references. (DKM)


Missen, R.W. & Smith, W.R. (1997). Using Mathematica and Maple To Obtain Chemical Equations. Journal of Chemical Education, 74(11), 1369. Retrieved November 17, 2019 from .

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