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An 1857 illustration of Encephalartos woodii . Library of Congress
Political conservatism as motivated social cognition. Jost, J.T., Glaser, J., Kruglanski, A.W., and Sulloway, F.J. (2003) Psychol. Bull. 129, 339–375.
Extraction: Isolation / Separation of 4-Chloroaniline ( p -chloroaniline), Benzoic acid, and 4-Dibromobenzene ( p -dibromobenzene). Introduction * Procedure
A historic 1953 experiment in which a chemist created a "primordial soup" of organic molecules — showing that the chemical building blocks of life could have originated on a hot, gassy Earth — was even more remarkable than scientists back then realized.
Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin, Ph.D., is a pharmacologist and chemist known for his creation of new psychoactive chemicals.
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Chemical structure of a nanocar. The wheels are C 60 fullerene molecules. [ 1 ] The nanocar is a molecule designed in 2005 at Rice University by a group headed by Professor James Tour .
Incidents involving hydrogen fluoride, or hydrofluoric acid, are not common, but the consequences of exposure to this compound by any means can be devastating. This little-known acid has unique properties that make it extremely dangerous to emergency personnel and others. Frequently mistaken for or confused with hydrochloric acid, hydrofluoric acid should be referred to as HF. I became interested in HF while working in an oil refinery that uses it as a catalyst to make high-octane gasoline. As a paramedic, I found the effects of HF on the human body fascinating. I learned what I could about it and began teaching HF safety to my coworkers.
A yacht was traveling in the south Pacific when the crew came across a weird sight.
(Note: this post is `just for fun;’ no premeds, doctors, researchers, or nobel laureates were meant to be offended in the writing of this post.) The bane of many American physics grad students is teaching introductory physics to premed students. Due to the nature of med school admissions, one ends up with classrooms full of students who cannot afford to get anything less than an A+++ if they hope to make it to (Ivy League) Med School.
Hashing out the classic question with Strouhal numbers and simplified flight waveforms.
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The universe can be a very strange place.