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Quiz/Game: Guess the Chemist – Spices Special (5)

Author: ChemistryViews

23 December 2020 — Can you guess the chemist? – The person has something to do with spices in the broadest sense

Guess the Chemist – Spices Special (5)

Clever Picture: Sourdough Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

22 December 2020 — A stable symbiotic culture of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts used as a leavening agent

Sourdough Chemistry

Obituary: Victor Snieckus (1937 – 2020)

Author: ChemistryViews

21 December 2020 — Organic chemist, known for the directed ortho metalation reaction (DoM) among other things, passed away

Victor Snieckus (1937 – 2020)

Bulletin: Inhibitor in a Tunnel

Author: Angewandt Chemie

21 December 2020 — New method for the development of choline acetyltransferase inhibitors

Inhibitor in a Tunnel

Quiz/Game: Guess the Chemist – Spices Special (4)

Author: ChemistryViews

21 December 2020 — Can you guess the chemist? – The person has something to do with spices in the broadest sense

Guess the Chemist – Spices Special (4)

Clever Picture: Recipe for Vanilla Anise Cookies (Anisplätzchen)

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

20 December 2020 — Another kitchen experiment: The cookies must develop "feet"

Recipe for Vanilla Anise Cookies (Anisplätzchen)

Noteworthy: Angewandte Chemie 52/2020: Looking Out

Author: Angewandte Chemie

19 December 2020 — Overview of the latest issue of Angewandte Chemie

Angewandte Chemie 52/2020: Looking Out

Clever Picture: Nutmeg Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

19 December 2020 — A look at the chemistry of the slightly volatile aroma of nutmeg

Nutmeg Chemistry

Bulletin: Inverted Fluorescence

Author: Angewandte Chemie

18 December 2020 — Discovery of chromophores that emit light in the ultraviolet region when excited with visible light

Inverted Fluorescence

Clever Picture: Hartshorn Salt Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

18 December 2020 — Hartshorn salt is a mixture of two parts ammonium hydrogen carbonate and one part ammonium carbonate and some ammonium carbamate

Hartshorn Salt Chemistry
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