Post summarising types of chemical formulae in organic chemistry. Click 'visit site' to read more & download.

Post summarising types of chemical formulae in organic chemistry. Click 'visit site' to read more & download.

Inside The Plant Cell Anatomy Poster by Rachelignotofsky on Etsy

Inside The Plant Cell Anatomy Poster

Plant cell 3D model for 7th grade science class. Got an A!

How to Create 3D Plant Cell and Animal Cell Models for Science Class

Organic Chemistry Functional Groups Cheat Sheet - print this guide for a handy reference to the common groups you will come across during IUPAC naming and advanced reactions

Organic Chemistry Functional Groups Cheat Sheet - print this guide for a handy reference to the common groups you will come across during IUPAC naming and advanced reactions

The Smallest Drugs There sure are a lot of carboxylic acids and phenols, and a lot more sulfur than we're used to seeing. And pretty much everything is polar, very polar, which makes sense: if you're down in this fragment-sized space, you've got to be making some strong interactions with biological targets. These are fragments that are also drugs, so fragment-based drug discovery people may find this interesting as the bedrock layer of the whole field.

The Smallest Drugs There sure are a lot of carboxylic acids and phenols, and a lot more sulfur than we're used to seeing. And pretty much everything is polar, very polar, which makes sense: if you're down in this fragment-sized space, you've got to be making some strong interactions with biological targets. These are fragments that are also drugs, so fragment-based drug discovery people may find this interesting as the bedrock layer of the whole field.

Periodic graphics: chocolate chemistry | March 14, 2016 Issue - Vol. 94 Issue 11 | Chemical & Engineering News

Periodic graphics: chocolate chemistry | March 14, 2016 Issue - Vol. 94 Issue 11 | Chemical & Engineering News

Easy to remember breakdown of carbohydrates lipids (fat) and proteins. Love it!

Easy to remember breakdown of carbohydrates lipids (fat) and proteins. Love it!

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