Part 3: Prospects, Limitations and Other Facts In the first part of this series, we understood understood the thermodynamic background
Part 1: The Thermodynamic Background Young Monsieur Sadi Carnot, a French mechanical engineer, boldly retired from military services at 24.
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Get ready and buckle up your seat-belts to shake hands with the largest and the most toxic secondary complex metabolite known to date, ‘Maitotoxin’ aka ‘Agent MTX’ … Continue readingAGENT MTX: BEAUTY AMIDST THE BEAST
We see a vivid array of colours and lights around us in day-to-day life, and chemistry, as a matter of fact, has given us an unparalleled insight to get a feel of this brilliant colour show of Nature inside the laboratories, which has satisfied the chemists from ages. But have we thought about the concept of chemical compounds emitting light? … Continue readingCHEMICAL LEDs – An enlightened world
Why do animals play? Is there any purpose or they just play for amusement? Let’s see what may be the scientific explanation to this behaviour of the animals. … Continue readingCOME LET’S PLAY: THE WORLD OF NO-HUMANS