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We celebrate the successful thesis defense of Gustavo “Gus” Mondragn who has now completed his Masters degree and is now on to getting a PhD in our group. Gustavo has worked on the search for multiexcitonic states and their involvement in the excitonic...
Calculating the pKa value for a Brnsted acid is very hard, like really hard. A full thermodynamic cycle (fig. 1) needs to be calculated along with the high-accuracy solvation free energy for each of the species under consideration, not to mention the use of...
Just as I was thinking about the state of Mexican scientific environment in the global scale, Prof. Dr. Gabriel Merino from CINVESTAV comes and gets this prize awarded by the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and the Quantum ESPRESSO Foundation,showing...

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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...
We celebrate the successful thesis defense of Gustavo “Gus” Mondragn who has now completed his Masters degree and is now on to getting a PhD in our group. Gustavo has worked on the search for multiexcitonic states and their involvement in the excitonic...
Calculating the pKa value for a Brnsted acid is very hard, like really hard. A full thermodynamic cycle (fig. 1) needs to be calculated along with the high-accuracy solvation free energy for each of the species under consideration, not to mention the use of...

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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...