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盧樂(Lu Le)
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是個愛好科學的人。 The person who loves science so much.
是個愛好科學的人。 The person who loves science so much.

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It have been a long time ago when I posted a blogpost. Now I am sharing some interesting things during my research.
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Preparation of η5-pentamethylcyclopentadienyl rhodium(III) dichloride [Cp*RhCl2]2 - Lu Le Laboratory
Preparation of η 5 -pentamethylcyclopentadienyl
rhodium(III) dichloride Pentamethylcyclopentadienyl
rhodium dichloride is
an organometallic compound with the formula [(C 5 (CH 3 ) 5 RhCl 2 )] 2 ,
commonly abbreviated [ Cp*RhCl 2 ] 2 This dark red
air-stable...
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Science's Breakthrough of the Year 2014!
Landing on a comet.
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A storm glass is a type of weather forecasting device, composed of a sealed glass container filled with liquid. The appearance of the liquid purportedly predicts the weather, but modern experiments have failed to confirm this. (Wikipedia) 

It is composed of 
  Potassium nitrate: 25 g 
  Ammonium chloride: 25 g 
  Distilled water: 330 mL 
  Ethanol: 400 mL 
  Camphor: 100 g

The five hours time lapse was filmed by using GoPro Hero 3+ Black.
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Storm Glass
Have your own snowflakes and storm just in a glass bottle.
It is composed of 
  Potassium nitrate: 25 g 
  Ammonium chloride: 25 g 
  Distilled water: 330 mL 
  Ethanol: 400 mL 
  Camphor: 100 g
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Use hashtag #chemnobel on Twitter to submit questions.

The 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry announcement is days away. Join guests Stuart Cantrill of Nature Chemistry, David Pendlebury of Thomson Reuters, and Neil Withers of Chemistry World, as they discuss their picks to win. What predictions are out there already and how reliable are they? Are prognosticators getting any better at the craft? Your hosts are Carmen Drahl and Lauren K. Wolf of Chemical & Engineering News, with Lila Guterman of Science News. Tune in and ask your questions to the panel!

Stuart Cantrill is Chief Editor of the journal Nature Chemistry. Follow him on Twitter @stuartcantrill

David Pendlebury is a citation analyst for Thomson Reuters. His areas of interest include bibliometric methods, research evaluation, and science monitoring and mapping.

Neil Withers is Features Editor for Chemistry World Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @neilwithers

Carmen Drahl is a senior editor at Chemical & Engineering News. Follow her on Twitter @carmendrahl

Lauren Wolf is Deputy Assistant Managing Editor of the science/technology/education group at Chemical & Engineering News. Follow her on Twitter @laurenkwolf

Lila Guterman is Deputy Managing Editor for News at science News. Follow her on Twitter @lilaguterman
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Sunset before a Typhoon comes in Taishan
Time-lapse photography with the GoPro Hero3+
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It's amazing ! Sponges just like efficient water pumps pump out the neon green dye(non-toxic) from their surrounding to the osculum. 
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It's really hot~
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Cool~
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