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Jun 15, 2022 2022-06-15

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3D Interactive Rotating Models of Molecules

The CanvasMol website has more than 50 three-dimensional interactive rotating models of relatively common molecules such as glucose and fructose. Students can alter each model to show (or not show) bonds, to show (or not show) individual atoms, and to rotate on the X, Y, and Z axes. Students can explore, for example, simple aspirin or caffeine or Teflon molecules. They can manipulate crystals such as copper or salt, and carbon molecules such as diamond and graphite. They can also investigate DNA, transfer RNA, CRISPR/Cas9, and more. In addition, students can render different options by simply dragging widgets around. They can drag the molecule to rotate and use the mouse wheel to zoom, and they can toggle automatic rotation around X, Y, Z axes.

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