An investigation into the mechanism of the transubstantiation reaction.
Category Archives: Journal of Immaterial Science
Echocatalysis: Playing Mozart to Chemical Reactions
You’ve heard of classical music making babies smarter and plants grow faster, right? How about using it to make chemistry work better?
A Total Synthesis of Rashnovinol A
On April 1st 2022, the well-known fine chemical company Sigma Aldrich published the structure of a novel natural product: Rashnovinol A. The first total synthesis of this bizarre molecule is reported.
Preparation of an Amorphous Starch-Sucrose Organic Framework (ASS-OF) with Ice Cream and Strawberries￼
We report the preparation of a novel amorphous-starch-sucrose organi-framework with ice cream and strawberries.
The Putin Protein and its Role in Invasive Russocarcinoma
The protein “putin” normally acts to regulate the flow of methane through the digestive system. However, a nonsense mutation of the corresponding KGB gene results in an antimorphic protein, “RASputin” which is linked to a highly invasive cancer known as russocarcinoma.
The Ultimate Technique for Complex Mixture Separation: FUPLC-NMR-CE6-GC-IR-ICP-MS-MS-MS-MS
We have observed the trend of combining analytical instruments in series, and extrapolated it to the max.
A Total Synthesis of Tesseractane: The First Preparation of a 4-Dimensional Natural Product
Tesseractane is the 4-dimensional analogue of cubane, which itself is the 3-dimensional analogue of “squarane”
The 2022 Post-Doc Draft
This week saw the conclusion of the World Chemistry Federation’s transfer window for post-docs. Here are the Exciting Results!
Journal of Immaterial Science Volume 1
69 Action Packed pages of Made up Science brought to you by the wonderful creators at the Journal of Immaterial Science!
Towards a Total Synthesis of 3,8-Unethoxy-Discombobulne and Discovery of the Furzmeister-Wencke Reagent
3,8-unethoxy-discombobulannulene is a wtfwereyouthin-kingolide-type natural product which was recently isolated from a mould found growing on a cheese omelette in Kent (Fig. 1).