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My Chemical Romance Have Returned To The Charts Following The Reunion Announcement – ROCKSOUND.TV

So glad we're all on the same page here. The world is evidently super hyped at the wholeMy Chemical Romancereunion - not only did they sell out their comeback show immediately, they've also stormed various charts for the week of November 09. Additionally, My Chem's back catalogue has jumped 10% in streams, and 12% in album units according to Billboard. Continue reading

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Chemistry teacher "froze in pure shock" after botched experiment injured teen at Redan High School outside Atlanta, report says – CBS News

Atlanta, Georgia A teacher presenting a flashy demonstration to get her students excited about chemistry made a mistake that caused a fire to burn "out of control" and seriously injure a student, says a report released Wednesday. The high school teacher, Bridgette Blowe, "froze in pure shock" when it grew out of control, spread across the desk and set her student in the front row on fire, according to students and staff, CBS Atlanta affiliate WGCL-TV reports Continue reading

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Indian chemist has key chemical reactions named after him – BusinessLine

In modern Chemistry, names do matter, especially in pathbreaking chemical reactions or phenomenon. Here is a sample of few chemical reactions -Grignard, Wittig & Barton, the Claisen condensation, Friedel-Crafts acylation, the Sharpless epoxidation, Grubbs olefin metathesis and Suzuki coupling. These are all top scientists, discoverers or developers after whose names have been given to the reactions that they are identified with. Continue reading

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Chemistry, trust lead Herd defensive line to success – Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON Anyone who has ever been a competitor knows there is no trust like that within yourself to get a job done. The beauty of team sports is that, just like a player trusts in his or her own abilities, he or she also must build that same trust level within their teammates to see success. For Marshalls 2019 football season, there is no better example of this than the Thundering Herd defensive line, led by defensive ends coach Cornell Brown and defensive tackles coach J.C. Continue reading

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Chemists taken aback as dinitrogen found to speed up some reactions – Chemistry World

Molecular nitrogen has been found to actually speed up some reactions that use ruthenium-based catalysts despite being considered inert for the purposes of most chemical reactions.1 This behaviour could also affect other catalytic processes, so dinitrogen should no longer be considered as a simple inert carrier gas, the team from the UK and China say. Continue reading

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UWMadison chemist searches for ways to bioengineer proteins within cells – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Andrew Buller, professor of chemistry at the University of WisconsinMadison, wants to add more building blocks to the bodys protein-making kit. In nature, there exist 20 of these building blocks, called amino acids, which make up the proteins that perform the work required to sustain life Continue reading

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