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  • More Herbal Goodness

    As many will have heard, the New York State Attorney General’s office is going after a number of herbal supplement retailers for selling products with poo… Read More
  • Guidelines For MOF Crystallography

    There’s a new and very useful paper out on the “molecular sponge” technique for crystallography (first blogged about here, with updates here a… Read More
  • NMR of a Mass Spec Species

    I have to say, I didn’t even know that this could be done. This paper from Angewandte Chemie describes a mass spec/NMR combination analysis that had never… Read More
  • Phenylalanine Crystals

    No matter how long you’ve been doing chemistry, there are still things that you come across that surprise you. Did you know that plain old L-phenylalanine… Read More
  • No More Varian

    This week has brought news that Agilent is getting out of the NMR business, which brings an end to the Varian line of machines, one of the oldest in the busines… Read More
  • Seaborgium hexacarbonyl

    If you want to really push the frontiers of analytical chemistry, try making compounds of the superheavy elements. Science is reporting the characterization of… Read More
  • Fluorinated Fingerprinting

    How many ways do we have to differentiate samples of closely related compounds? There’s NMR, of course, and mass spec. But what if two compounds have the… Read More
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