KEMist's Nerd-Blog
aruzennnn:

DNA Fingerprinting #biochemistry #chemistry #biotechnology

aruzennnn:

DNA Fingerprinting #biochemistry #chemistry #biotechnology

compoundchem:

For today, here’s a quick update to an old graphic on the discovery dates of the different elements, rearranged to make it easier to print. See a bigger version and grab the download on the site: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-3w

compoundchem:

For today, here’s a quick update to an old graphic on the discovery dates of the different elements, rearranged to make it easier to print. 

See a bigger version and grab the download on the site: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-3w

dear 98% of the people that follow me that dont talk to me

syupon:

tamaraldbrennan:

Who are you

Whats your favorite color

Favorite musical

Favorite ice cream flavor

Do you have a cat

Random fact about you

Thank

reblogging again bc I already got some from really cute people, but it makes me unreasonably happy to read these from you SO KEEP ON SENDING THEM

the-wolf-and-moon:

M31, The Andromeda Galaxy

the-wolf-and-moon:

M31, The Andromeda Galaxy

marinemammalblog:

Polar bears are so good at trapping in heat, they are almost invisible to heat sensing cameras.

marinemammalblog:

Polar bears are so good at trapping in heat, they are almost invisible to heat sensing cameras.

cenchempics:

SOLAR DYES
A series of products in the synthesis of two organic solar cell dyes. The yellow and red vials contain precursor products (7-azaisatin and 7-aza-6’-bromoisoindigo, respectively), and the purple and blue vials contain solutions of completed solar cell dyes based on azaisoindigo and bithiophene.
Submitted by Nicholas M. Randel; results reported in J. Mater. Chem. A 2014, DOI: 10.1039/c3ta14263a  (Enter our photo contest here)

cenchempics:

SOLAR DYES

A series of products in the synthesis of two organic solar cell dyes. The yellow and red vials contain precursor products (7-azaisatin and 7-aza-6’-bromoisoindigo, respectively), and the purple and blue vials contain solutions of completed solar cell dyes based on azaisoindigo and bithiophene.

Submitted by Nicholas M. Randel; results reported in J. Mater. Chem. A 2014, DOI: 10.1039/c3ta14263a  (Enter our photo contest here)

gravitationalbeauty:

M45: The Pleiades Star Cluster

queensbian:

queensbian:

What was Zeus’s stripper name?

Greece Lightning.

mercedesbenzodiazepinez:

kem-ist

Kirby is my jam

This is so important.

thedemon-hauntedworld:

Photo sequence of Saturn: 24 February 2009

This Hubble image shows the progression of four of Saturn’s moon as they circle their parent planet. The orange moon in the image is Titan, Saturn’s largest.

Credit: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA). Acknowledgment: M. Wong (STScI/UC Berkeley) and C. Go (Philippines)

alexthechemist:

witheringghost:

do you ever just kinda wonder what your selling point as a human being or friend is? like, what was the point at which people were like: hey, I’ll keep this human

There’s no question; it was your hair, Kyle.

<3

mediclopedia:

Stanford Med is doing an amazing series on “surgeons at work”. There are stories of people’s journey to becoming a surgeon, exciting new frontiers in surgery, and people’s thoughts regarding the future of medicine. 

This specific set of photos are by Dr. Max Aguilera-Hellweg. The emotion of the OR that this image captures is amazing right?

thebrightorion:

Messier 82Plumes of glowing hydrogen blast from the central nucleus of M82. The pale, star-like objects are clusters of tens to hundreds of thousands of stars.
Credit: NASA, ESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
Stardust

thebrightorion:

Messier 82
Plumes of glowing hydrogen blast from the central nucleus of M82. The pale, star-like objects are clusters of tens to hundreds of thousands of stars.

Credit: NASA, ESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

Stardust