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Two new papers on the development of chemosensors for different applications were recently published and we had the opportunity to participate in both with the calculation of electronic interactions.A chemosensor requires to have a measurable response and calculating...
The Weak Link Approach(WLA) is a successful strategy for allosterically controlling the formation of cavities and the access to them through the action of reversible hemilabile-bond formation around an organometallic center. Thus far, the WLA has been used...
To chem or not -quite- too chem, that is the ChemNobel question: Whether ’tis Nobeler in the mind to suffer The curly arrows of organic fortune Or to take rays against a sea of crystals And by diffracting end them.Me (With sincere apologies to WS)Every...

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Just as last year, the “Dolphin Summer Internship Program” (Programa Delfn) has started and this time it coincided with #RealTimeChem week. Four students from various cities (and accents) aroundMexico have come to our lab in Toluca in order to spend...
Two new papers on the development of chemosensors for different applications were recently published and we had the opportunity to participate in both with the calculation of electronic interactions.A chemosensor requires to have a measurable response and calculating...
The Weak Link Approach(WLA) is a successful strategy for allosterically controlling the formation of cavities and the access to them through the action of reversible hemilabile-bond formation around an organometallic center. Thus far, the WLA has been used...

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This year’s blog carnival has shone the light on a few chemistry blogs that I previously did not know existed. It is great to see so many new (to me) bloggers in the chem-blogosphere. Keep it up all. The more the merrier!Here are the posts from Tues 24th...
This year’s blog carnival has shone the light on a few chemistry blogs that I previously did not know existed. It is great to see so many new (to me) bloggers in the chem-blogosphere. Keep it up all. The more the merrier!Here are the posts from Tues 24th...