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Goldify : create links back to goldbook for any text

Goldify is a service provided by IUPAC. This online service allows you to submit your text and have links to the IUPAC Gold Book automatically inserted into it using the goldify software. Underlined linear structures display the actual structure of the molecule when you put a mouse cursor over them.

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