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I haven’t actually left thebuilding yet, but this derelictedifice is starting to crumble a little and is in dire need of renovation.In the meantime, you can pick up most of my rambling on Facebook(10000+ followers), Twitter (almost 50000 followers) and,...
As you may have noticed, Reactive Reports has been somewhat less active than it was during its golden years, 1999 to 2009. I am still writing lots about chemistry and science in general, but updating the various blogs and websites where there is no longer a...
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Image via WikipediaRobert Wilhelm Eberhard Bunsen (30 March 1811 16 August 1899)[1] was a German chemist. He investigated emission spectra of heated elements, and with Gustav Kirchhoff discovered caesium (in 1860) and rubidium (in 1861). Bunsen developed several...
A Japanese chemist who goes by the name Tak and just followed me on twitter describes himself as a “loving nanocarbons, supramolecules, main group elements, photoreactions, and photoproperties” has the best Twitter icon yet (even if it doesn’t...
Chemicalize.org is a new, free service from ChemAxon. It uses their “name to structure” parsing and structure-based predictions to identify chemical structures from web pages and other text and provide predicted data related to each structure, which...

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Sperm condensation – Protamines are small basic proteins that condense the genetic material, the DNA, in mature sperm helping to form the head of the sperm. They are rich in the amino acid arginine whose residues are distributed in a number of stretches...
Apparently, atheists and agnostics performed very well in a survey of religious knowledge (on a par with Jews and Mormons and better than Protestants and Catholics) on questions about the core teachings, history and leading figures of major world religions....
The Chemicalize website from ChemAxon is gaining interest (1,2) and, likely, LOTS of users! Chemicalize is both a website for recognizing chemical names and converting to chemical structures as well as an integration path to their property prediction algorithms....