HYPERACTIVE BIOINORGANIC PROTEINS. A Chemical MIME & Picture Gallery Welcome to this World Wide Web server. Information for new visitors The following links will take you to a collection of images of bio-inorganic protein molecules. These pages are hyperactive, such that, they contain the protein data base (.pdb) information for the molecules pictured. Upon clicking on these hyperactive ...
Molecule of the Month Nitrous Oxide - Ewan Cameron and Paul May School of Chemistry, University of Bristol Chime version Chemsymphony (java) version VRML version I am sure the air in heaven must be this wonder working gas of delight . So wrote poet Robert Southey of nitrous oxide, N2O, also known as nitrogen oxide, dinitrogen monoxide, hyponitrous acid anhydride and facticious air. However, its ...
WATER Shawn Huston WHY WATER You're right if you think it's terribly difficult to select an aspect or two to discuss when the larger topic is water. There's all sorts of fascinating stuff! Everything from the role of the waters of hydration in antibody-binding to the effect of solvation for stabilizing protein structure to the dependence of water's dielectric and pH on temperature and pressure.
Lead TetraEthyl and MTBE - Petrol Additives Simon Cotton Uppingham School, Rutland VRML, Chemsymphony, and Chime versions Heavy Metal is Bad for You Which band are you talking about Not any band, but the fact that although metallic lead itself is not toxic, its compounds often are. Why Lumps of lead are insoluble, but many lead compounds dissolve in water and act as neurotoxins in the body.