Molecules That Changed The World

Author: K. C. Nicolaou
Publisher: Wiley-VCH
ISBN: 9783527309832
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Printed in full color throughout with a host of pictures, this book is written in the author's very enjoyable and distinct style, such that each chapter is full of interesting and entertaining information on the facts, stories and people ...

Napoleon S Buttons

Author: Penny Le Couteur
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440650321
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Napoleon's Buttons is the fascinating account of seventeen groups of molecules that have greatly influenced the course of history.

Blockbuster Drugs

Author: Jie Jack Li
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199911924
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3. Martin Booth, 1999, Opium: A History, New York: St. Martin's Griffin. 4. John
Lowe III, 2013, CNS Drugs in Drug Discovery: Practices, Processes, and
Perspectives, J. J. Li and E. J. Corey, eds., Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, pp. 245–286. 5.
K. C. Nicolaou and T. Montagnon, 2008, Molecules That Changed the World,
Weinheim, DE: WileyVCH, pp. 76–77. 6. Harry Schwartz, 1989, Breakthrough:
The Discovery of Modern Medicines at Janssen, Morris Plains, NJ: Skyline
Publishing Group. 7.

Discoveries In Chemistry That Changed The World

Author: Rose Johnson
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1477786066
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Later scientists had tried to explain natural processes in terms of invisible units
called “corpuscles” or “molecules,” but the first theory of atoms backed up by
scientific observations was set out by the English scientist John Dalton in 1803.
Mixture of gases Dalton's theory came from his hobby of recording the weather.
Every day he recorded the temperature and air pressure. This gave Colored
liquids diffuse in water. All fluids— gases and liquids— do this. The atoms and
molecules are ...

Sand And Silicon

Author: Denis McWhan
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 019162747X
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This is a story about sand and how science and silicon changed our lives.

Women Inventors Who Changed The World

Author: Sandra Braun
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1448859964
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This means creating long chains of molecules at very low temperatures. These
long chain polymers formed liquid crystal while in a solution. This was something
unique to those polymers at the time. For this reason, they were called crystalline
polymers. The result of her experiments was a polymer solution that most
researchers would have rejected. It was unlike any polymer solutions prepared at
the time. It was fluid and cloudy, rather than thick and clear as most polymers up
till then.

Discoveries In Life Science That Changed The World

Author: Rose Johnson
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1477786082
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Primordial Soup A lab experiment in 1953 showed that complex molecules used
by living things could have arisen from simple chemicals in ancient oceans. A lot
of biology looks at how plants and animals live. The theory of evolution also looks
at how they have changed over the long history of life on Earth. A big question
remains. How did life begin? Before there was life, there was just a mixture of
chemicals. This has been called the Primordial Soup (primordial means “in the ...

Cosmogenesis

Author: R. Laurence Moore
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198022213
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DNA and RNA must have evolved from molecules that could be replicated
without the specialized enzymatic help that modern nucleic acids require. The
chance formation of the first such molecules changed the world forever. Their
descendants invaded the Earth's seas, rivers, and lakes, its solid surface, and its
atmosphere, organizing inert matter and mobilizing energy for the production of
more and yet more molecules possessing this novel recursive property. Life is an
infection of ...

Science

Author: Jon Balchin
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing
ISBN: 1782120467
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100 Scientists Who Changed the World Jon Balchin. a single achievement or
theory. Indeed, many scientists invest years of effort to find themselves in this
position and are rightly recognised for their one addition. Nowimagine, however,
your only theory of note being almost completelyignored in yourlifetime andfor
halfa century after you originally proposedit,even though it wastheone idea
scientistshad neededfor fiftyyears toadvance theirfield! Amedeo Avogadro, who
found himselfin ...