The Internet-based information tool known as the World-Wide Web began to be widely used in 1993. This review will inteoduce the basic structures that characterise the Web and how standards and methods for expressing chemical content by this means have evolved during the last three years. We outline some of the challenges that face the chemical and related scientific communities in adopting this new medium as an information tool, with a focus on electronic journals and electronic conferences.
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