• Vapor water density at STP

    Hello. I bought the book "Quimica" (Chemistry in english). I started to read it and a notice this. In page 3 it says that in STP water in gas state has Xxxx density. How do you can have water in gas state at STP? Tha...
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  • Technical Division ACS Network Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society. As a chemist, this resource allows you to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the ACS and it...
    Christopher McCarthy
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  • Logos - why no border space?

    Question concerning proper use of space surrounding ACS logos. The ACS Print Brand Style Guide for Members specifies that ACS logos (comprising the Phoenix, title, and tagline) are to have a blank white border around ...
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  • ACS Print Brand Style Guide for Members

    This is the ACS Print Brand Style Guide targeted for Members (volunteers, etc.)   This is current as of Winter 2017/18.
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  • ACS Network Local Section Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society.  As a chemist, this resource allows you to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the ACS ...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Distinctive smell in California particularly on clothes/fabrics/toys/enclosed areas

    Hi Everyone, I hope that someone could relate to this kind of smell. I know it's chemistry but it is a little hard to know what this smell actually is and what causes it to smell like this. So here we go...   I a...
    Eric Tango
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  • Committee Network Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society.  As a chemist, this resource allows you to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the ACS ...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • attendees of New Orleans ACS Meeting

    Hi friends! I don't know if it's proper to post here but are there anyone who's going to attend the 255th ACS National Meeting in New Orleans next month? My friend is looking for a roommate to book the hotel together,...
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  • A Brief Guide to Antibody

    If you are fanatic about keeping up with the latest medical trends, then the term Antibody-drug conjugates (also called ADCs) shouldn’t be foreign to you. Over the past few decades, antibody–drug conjugate...
    Alex Dean
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  • Mertansine & Antibody-drug conjugates?

    How can mertansine be applied in antibody-drug conjugates? According to relevant materials, they former is the cytotoxic component in ADCs. I wonder how they are connected to function.
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  • ¿Como puedo introducir la 2ª edición de un texto en el BLOG?

    Este es el texto en ResearchGate   2ª Edición, octubre de 2017 Aportaciones de Louis I. Woolf al Tratamiento y Diagnóstico Precoz de la Fenilcetonuria y otros Errores Congénitos del Met...
    Jose Fernandez
    created by Jose Fernandez
  • Silver mirrors and tollen's test

    Excellent infographic from Compound Interest:   http://www.compoundchem.com/2017/09/06/silver-mirror/
    Andres Tretiakov
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  • 14th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice

    1/8/18 8:00 AM
    Dear colleagues   The abstract submission is open for the 14th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (PCI-2018 in Zürich) taking place in Zürich (Switzerland) between the 08-12 ...
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  • Looking for help getting a P&E 3110 Atomic Absorption running

    Our local community college acquired a Perkin Elmer 3110 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer.  We have it at a power up state, but are looking for anyone with any setup or repair experience with this unit to help us g...
    George Kenney
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  • Open Cell foam

    I'm looking for a sturdy open cell foam that resists compression/bending but isn't rigid; and can handle the laundry. A one-inch thick sheet should be too stiff to bend with one hand.  It's for a protective mitt ...
    Lonna Speer
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  • Portfolio_ND

    A. Extending the chemistry of Carbones   The reactivity of nucleophilic carbodiphosphorane (C(PPh3)2) and carbodicarbene (C(NHC)2) ligands (L) towards various dichlorophosphines has been explored. In most cases ...
    Nemanja Dordevic
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  • Optically Converging and Enhancing Engineered Polymer (OCEP)

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    The Optically Converging and Enhancing Engineered Polymer : OCEP is a specifically designed polymer film molded in the form of Screen guard/protector, which when applied to a LED/LCD Screen increases the brightness of...
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  • Instant Strawberry Sundae

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    Andres Tretiakov
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  • Feel the Power of the Dork Side - Chicago Area July 30th

    7/30/16 7:00 PM
    Feel the Power of the Dork Side comes to the College of DuPage, on Saturday July 30th at 7pm.This one-man show is written and performed by, Dr. Pete Ludovice, the world’s only chemical engineering professor by d...
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  • mouse protein array

    I am studying on the mouse protein array analysis, and there are some interference in samples. How can I solve this problem? Does anyone met this?
    SABRINA wang
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