Origin of Life article in NJC highlighted in Chemistry World

Discover why a recent article by Jonathan Lindsey and colleagues questions the wisdom of always using pure compounds.

The Chemistry World article Study probes role of chemical corruption in origin of life written by Heather Powell covers a recently published NJC article by Prof. Lindsey. Find out why using pure compounds might not always be the best strategy.

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You can also access the original article by Prof. Jonathan Lindsey (North Carolina State University) and his colleagues:

Complexity in structure-directed prebiotic chemistry. Effect of a defective competing reactant in tetrapyrrole formation
Richard M. Deans, Vanampally Chandrashaker, Masahiko Taniguchi and Jonathan S. Lindsey.
New J. Chem., 2015, Advance Article. DOI: 10.1039/C5NJ01474C.

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One Response to “Origin of Life article in NJC highlighted in Chemistry World”

  1. Amit S. Nagare says:

    Can a Diels–Alder reaction be accelerated in a supersaturated solvent at room temperature? New J. Chem., 2016, 40, 8355-8363, this article has been published in American Chemical Society News Cutting-Edge Chemistry section under topic, Salty and Sweet Strategies for Improving the Diels–Alder Reaction.

    In comparison this article also focused on origin of life through natural honey’s perspective.

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