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What have you used Click Chemistry for? CuAAC or other ones

It was only about time Click Chemistry is recognized by a Nobel Prize! There are so many different applications to the most prominent Copper-catalyzed Azide Alkyne Cycloaddition "Click reaction". These days there are more of those CLick reactions available for synthesis and biomolecule labeling. Wha

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What's your guess for the next Nobel Prize for Chemistry

Who do you think are going to be the successors to Benjamin List and Dave Mc Millan? https://www.chemistryviews.org/whos-next-nobel-prize-in-chemistry-2022/

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A Century Of Curly Arrows

The curly arrow is a ubiquitous symbol in chemistry. It is used to indicate the movement of electrons in a chemical reaction, and can be found in textbooks, on chalkboards, white boards (and of course in ChemDraw). Though they may appear simple, curly arrows are a powerful tool for visualizing c

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David A. Evans (1941-2022)

We are deeply saddened by the passing of David Evans, Abbott and James Lawrence Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at Harvard University. Dave was one of the instrumental minds behind the conception and initial development of ChemDraw back in 1985. Our thoughts and condolences go to Sally and Dave's pe

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