Design and Use of Relational Databases in Chemistry

TJ O'Donnell

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Through many examples of good database design, this book shows that relational databases are the best way to store, search, and act on chemical information. Introducing the concepts of RDMS and SQL, the author describes how relational data tables and new data types help store and use chemical information, how molecular structures can become a new data type in a database, and how client programs can effectively use relational databases. He also explains how a fully functioning chemical relational database system can be built. A supplementary website offers an implementation of every function from the book, a database of structures and data, and examples used in the book.

Alt. ISBN:9781420064421
248 Pages
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4.57 MB Size