Contents: Journal of Chemical Research , Volume 41, Issue No.3, March 2017
Posted on 17. March, 2017.
The Journal of Chemical Research is a monthly journal which has a broad international authorship and publishes research papers and reviews in all branches of experimental chemistry. Established in 1977 as a joint venture by the British, French and German chemical societies it maintains the high standards set by the founding societies.
Fractionation, mobility and multivariate statistical evaluation of metals in marine sediments of Cape Town Harbour, South Africa.
Posted on 15. August, 2014.
In this study, the distribution of possible chemical forms of Al, Si, Sn, Pb, Zn, Fe, Hg, Cd and Cu in marine sediments of Cape Town harbour was investigated using a modified Tessier’s sequential extraction procedure and ICP-MS and ICP-AES for heavy metals determination.
Synthesis and anticholinesterase inhibitory activity of Mannich base derivatives of flavonoids
Posted on 14. August, 2014.
Flavonoids are phenolic secondary metabolites that are widely distributed throughout the plant kingdom. Chalcones which are flavonoids precursors, are open-chain flavonoids in which the two aromatic rings are joined by a three carbon α, β‑unsaturated carbonyl system. They have been identified as antitumour agents, antiinflammatory, antivirus agents, antioxidants and free radical scavengers.
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Posted on 12. August, 2014.
Science Reviews 2000 have a proud history of producing good quality books in all scientific disciplines at a reasonable cost to the author.
Cross-species utility of 22 microsatellite markers in the Melodious Warbler (Hippolais polyglotta)
Posted on 11. August, 2014.
The Melodious Warbler (Hippolais polyglotta) and the Icterine Warbler (H. icterina) are small, long distance migrating passerines breeding in open to semi-open scrublands or open woodland in the Western Palaearctic.
Free from the archives: The origin of life II: How did it begin?
Posted on 9. August, 2014.
The problem of how a mixture of chemicals can spontaneously transform themselves into even a simple living organism remains one of the great outstanding challenges to science. Various primordial soup theories have been proposed in which chemical self-organization brings about the required level of complexity.
Free from the archives - The origin of life I: When and where did it begin?
Posted on 8. August, 2014.
For decades most scientists assumed that life emerged billions of years ago in a “primordial soup” somewhere on the Earth’s surface. Evidence is mounting, however, that life may have begun deep beneath the surface, perhaps near a volcanic ocean vent or even inside the hot crust itself. Since there are hints that life’s history on Earth extends back through the phase of massive cosmic bombardment, it may be that life started on Mars and came here later, perhaps inside rocks ejected from the Red Planet by large impacts.
Kinetic and mechanistic aspects of ligand substitution on cis- diaqua (cis-1,2-diaminocyclohexane)platinum(II) with three glycine-containing dipeptides
Posted on 7. August, 2014.
The discovery of cisplatin as an anticancer agent marks the beginning of the upsurge of interest in the use of metal complexes in cancer chemotherapy. However, cisplatin has a narrow spectrum of activity, and its clinical use is limited by undesirable side effects, including nephrotoxicity, ototoxicity, neurotoxicity, nausea, vomiting, and myelosuppression.
Six months in, and 80 percent of UK library services sign up to Access to Research
Posted on 6. August, 2014.
- 10 million academic articles now included in the initiative -
Since launching earlier this year, the Access to Research initiative has grown quickly to include the majority of local authorities across England, Scotland and Wales.