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Chemistry

Exercise: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Dr. Anthony C Hackney, Professor at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in Exercise & Sport... Read more

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Dear Prince Charles: an Open Letter About Homeopathy from a Chemist

Your Royal Highness, Your recent speech in which you proposed using homeopathy to treat livestock as a solution... Read more

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What Counts as ‘Medical Marijuana’ Varies from State to State – and that’s a Problem

On April 17, Pennsylvania became the latest state to pass medical marijuana legislation, which will take effect this... Read more

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World Cocktail Day – The Chemistry of Cocktail Foams

To celebrate World Cocktail Day (13th May) we thought we’d share this infographic from our friends at Compound... Read more

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How to Study Organic Chemistry

Long ago, when I was entering my freshman year at University, I attended a luncheon whose concluding remarks... Read more

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A Visual Guide to Interpreting Mass Spectra

Click to enlarge To see the original post, click here Mass spectrometry (MS) is an analytical technique that... Read more

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Need for Quality Assurance of Medicinal Marijuana and Cannabis-Derived Drug Products

Having been trained in pharmacology and toxicology, I am familiar with the adage credited to Paracelsus ”sola dosis... Read more

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Superconductivity: How to Raise the Tc of an Element Under Ambient Pressure

Frederick Wang, author of Bonding Theory for Metals and Alloys writes here about an experimental result related to... Read more

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