2018-01-02T19:20:35Z (GMT) by
Chemlambda is an asynchronous graph rewrite automaton which uses a carefully selected family of graph rewrites of the kind encountered in Interaction Nets (IN). In this article is given a version of the graphs and rewrites which is more chemistry friendly. It is argued that real chemistry has enough place for accomodating chemlambda. The use of IN rewrite patterns in real chemistry, as templates of concrete chemical reactions, is an unexplored direction towards molecular computers. The simulations which validate chemlambda as a toy chemistry show that there is a big potential in this direction.