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  • A Rebirth for IR Spectroscopy?

    As new technologies develop, they can end up bringing back some old ones. That might be the case for infrared spectroscopy. Most organic chemists use it infrequ… Read More
  • Triangulene, By Force

    The molecule on the right is triangulene, and it’s an odd one. You’d think at first that you could fill everything in with alternating double bonds… Read More
  • All The Way Down to the Hydrogens

    I’m always happy to see new techniques for resolving structures of molecules (large and small) and figuring out their behavior. Even if the latest instrum… Read More
  • Right Hand, Left Hand, Either Hand

    Medicinal chemists like it when one enantiomer of a compound binds to a target much more than the other one. That tells you that you’re getting real bindi… Read More
  • Not So Verily

    The folks at Stat clearly have some good sources inside Google’s Verily startup. They ran a story back in March about problems with the CEO (blogged about… Read More
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