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Thursday, December 30

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Friday, October 29

  1. page home edited ... Guest lecturer Rajarshi Guha from the NIH Chemical Genomics Center discusses Molecular Represe…
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    Guest lecturer Rajarshi Guha from the NIH Chemical Genomics Center discusses Molecular Representation, Similarity and Search (Watch Talk)(Slides)
    Guest lecturer Antony Williams from ChemSpider will discuss ChemSpider Tricks and Special Topics in Chemical Information (Watch Talk)(Slides)
    Final Exam
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Monday, September 27

  1. page FAQ edited ... 3)Mann, Micheal, and Gavin Schmidt. "Peer Review: A Necessary But Not Sufficient Conditio…
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    3)Mann, Micheal, and Gavin Schmidt. "Peer Review: A Necessary But Not Sufficient Condition." RealClimate. Web. 27 Oct. 2009. http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2005/01/peer-review-a-necessary-but-not-sufficient-condition/.
    [ C. Petrongolo] [Full Marks JCB]
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    author-side fees?
    Open Access journals vary in whether they require publication fees from the author. By submitting to an open access journal, the author may have to pay to have the article open to the public, without need of a subscription. Bill Hooker carried out a survey of the chemistry journals in the Directory of Open Access Journals and found the following:
    49% of open access journals do not charge publication fees,
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    An example a gradual change is Royal Society of Chemistry's Open Science[1]. A sudden conversion would be much like Hindawi Publishing Corporation, which is a smaller company that attempted to start in a toll market and was struggling, then the company decided to change over to the open access directory methods [1].
    The list of companies that converted from Toll Access to Open access is here
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    for viewers. [note from Bill Hooker: see DOAJ also JCB]
    The opposite scenario of when an Open access journal changes to a Toll Access. When this happens all of the existing free documents remain free, however anything added after that day the public will have to pay to access. An example of this would be what happened with the Journal of Visualized Experiments[3].
    References:
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Thursday, September 23

Friday, April 16

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    Precompetitive preclinical ADME/Tox data (Ekins and Williams)
    List of Free Chem Databases by Rich Apodaca
    UCSB chemical literature resource
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Thursday, March 25

  1. page Assignments edited ... Find 5 independent sources of 5 properties associated with a molecule of your choice. Provide …
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    Find 5 independent sources of 5 properties associated with a molecule of your choice. Provide all references. (see jcblog as an example of the format) Due November 12, 2009
    Optional Puzzles
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    main report. [Note: so far nobody has solved a puzzle - compare the two or more Chemspider entries for the compound and show how the stereochemistry is proved in one of the references - that will usually require re-analyzing the relevant part of the NMR or other spectroscopic evidence from scratch. This is a very difficult challenge. JCB]
    1. Paromomycin
    2. Hygromycin B
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  2. page home edited ... Instructor: Jean-Claude Bradley bradlejc AT drexel.edu getcheminfo.wikispaces.com The final…
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    Instructor: Jean-Claude Bradley bradlejc AT drexel.edu
    getcheminfo.wikispaces.com
    The final exam is scheduled for Thursday December 10, 2009 18:00-20:00 in Korman 111
    Lecture 1 September 24, 2009
    General introduction to the class and the wiki.
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Thursday, February 11

  1. page Anna Caltabiano (caltanna) edited ... Recent developments in the commercial manufacture of instruments that are able to produce and …
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    Recent developments in the commercial manufacture of instruments that are able to produce and withstand pressures as high as 18,000 psi, along with the introduction of a new generation of columns packed with sub-2μm porous particles, have made it possible to achieve faster separations than in HPLC, while maintaining or increasing efficiency. The factors influencing chromatographic efficiency in Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography (UHPLC) that uses sub-2μm porous particles and the means to improve efficiency are reviewed herein.
    2. Chemistry of small particles
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    separations in Liquid Chromatographyliquid chromatography mean symmetrical
    1. Eddy diffusion: multiple paths of different length and velocity;
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    and mobile phase (inphase. In the case of
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    the stationary phase).phase.
    3. Longitudinal diffusion: diffusion of the analyte in the mobile phase.
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    must be limited.minimized. Therefore, using
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    velocity, u (or flow(flow rate), and
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    Figure 1. {Van_Deemter_plot.JPG} [1]It is evident that when the particle size is reduced, the minimum plate height is decreased and the optimum velocity (point on the curve at the minimum plate height) is increased [1]. Then optimum flow rate is inversely proportional to particle size: Fopt ∞ 1/dp [6]. The flat part of the curve at higher linear velocities signifies that operating at the velocities above the optimal value results in an insignificant decrease in efficiency. Hence, columns with smaller particles can be used at higher linear velocity without sacrificing efficiency for analysis time. This suggests that the particle diameter should be decreased as much as possible to obtain the highest resolution [1], since N is inversely proportional to particle size, N ∞ 1/dp [6], and the resolution is proportional to the square root of N (4.).
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    higher peak capacity.capacity in gradient separations.
    It is also worth mentioning that efficiency is proportional to column length and inversely proportional to the particle diameter, N ∞ L/dp [6]. In this case, for a given efficiency, the column length can be reduced by the same factor as the particle size to achieve faster separations without sacrificing resolution.
    3. Effects of packing materials (porous versus nonporous) and efficiency of particle packing on column Efficiency
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    20. DOI Kenneth Fountain, Uwe Neue, Eric Grumbach, Diane Diehl (2009), Effects of extra-column band spreading, liquid chromatography system operating pressure, and column temperature on the performance of sub-2-μm porous particles, Journal of Chromatography A, 1216, 5979-5988
    21. DOI Sabine Heinisch, Gert Desmet, David Clicq, Jean-Louis Rocca (2008), Kinetic plot equations for evaluating the real performance of the combined used of high temperature and ultra-high pressure in liquid chromatography. Application to commercial instruments and 2.1 and 1mm I.D. columns, Journal of Chromatography A, 1203, p. 124-136
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    1148, p. 128-130128-13
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