A Ukranian-born chemist gave polypyrazolylborates to the world in 1966. These versatile ligands are shaped like little molecular scorpions and are widely used in inorganic chemistry. Plus, they're cuddly. Check them out in this new post. http://goo.gl/SnXmhJ
You know what your "Spring Break" needs? More chemistry! Here's the latest Chemistry Literature Feature, and it's an exciting one. Definitely more exciting than pics of all your friends on vacation somewhere warm.
Crystals in Chemistry II is out! Ever wondered what goes on as a crystal is forming, and why it happens in the first place? Why are they so finicky? Why do we care? Answers within! http://goo.gl/xkyEDT
Welcome to Crystals in Chemistry, Part II. In this installment, we'll talk about how crystals are made and a few of the things that chemists and physicists use them for. For the previous installment, in which we covered some ...
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