Tag Archives: inorganic

Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Device proves solar cell potential of high bandgap inorganic nanowire arrays – A report, published in the March 14 edition of the Journal of Materials Chemistry, announced the successful fabrication and testing of a new type solar cell using an …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

The ‘molecular octopus’: A little brother of ‘Schroedinger’s cat’ – For the first time, the quantum behaviour of molecules consisting of more than 400 atoms was demonstrated by quantum physicists based at the University of Vienna in collaboration with chemists …

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Yet more chemistry news

New method takes snapshots of proteins as they fold – Scientists have invented a way to ‘watch’ proteins fold — in less than thousandths of a second — into the elaborate twisted shapes that determine their function. LED products billed …

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Top ten chemical picks: Slinn Pickings

Math may help calculate way to find new drugs for diseases – Using mathematical concepts, Princeton researchers have developed a method of discovering new drugs for a range of diseases by calculating which physical properties of biological molecules may predict …

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Chemical structure identification

Can you identify these three chemical structures? More chemistry humor at Erik’s site and a quickie for spectroscopists from Inorganic Ventures, this is the best of some truly awful jokes. Q: Why can’t lawyers do NMR? A: Bar magnets have …

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Chemical favorites for October 15th through October 16th

These are my reactive chemistry links for October 15th through October 16th: Evergreen anticancer drug – Yet another natural product for treating a form of cancer has been uprooted from an evergreen tree. Milky stats – A statistical model based …

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