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Software/website for finding the synthesis of one chemical compound from another?

I am looking for software or website to find the way of obtaining one chemical compound by list of known/possible consecutive chemical reactions (synthesis or biosynthesis) from another compound(s). ...
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Need a pair of compounds that is similar in formular but different in structure for exmaple

I would like to explain chemical formulas is not representable in terms of the molecular structure of the compound. Any good suggestions of examples?
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Is “Propanol” correct name according to the latest IUPAC nomenclature?

My teacher said that Propan-1-ol can also be written as Propanol in latest IUPAC nomenclature. I doubt this because wikipedea mentions only Propan-1-ol in IUPAC naming and Propanol in other names. ...
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Atmopsheric Gas IR-Spectra

I am looking for normal resolution IR-spectra of: $\ce{O2}$ and $\ce{N2}$ at high concentrations and; common minor gas in atmosphere: $\ce{H2O}$, $\ce{CO}$, and $\ce{CO2}$ at environmental ...
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What is the conformer distribution in monosubstituted fluoro bullvalene?

Bullvalene is a fluxional molecule able to interconvert any two carbon atoms through a series of degenerate Cope rearrangements (read the Stereodynamics section of this article if you would like more ...
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Microbial Fuel Cell

Does anyone know of a step by step guide to building a microbial fuel cell? Could someone here on Chem SE possibly provide one? I am looking for something like THIS but for the whole fuel cell and not ...
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Monomers and polymers

At Wikipedia a monomer is defined to be a molecule that may bind chemically to other molecules to form a polymer. A polymer is defined to be a molecule composed of many monomers. These ...
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What is some advance reference books about alloy that gives a lot historical background and applies a lot of theoretical equation or formulas

What is some advance reference books specifically about alloy that gives a lot historical background and applies a lot of theoretical equation or formulas with explanation? I seem to find nothing ...
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Vibrational Spectrums of HI, HBr, HF, and HCl

Do you all know of any large graphs for the vibrational spectrums of HI, HBr, HF, and HCl? I need graphs that are large enough to see the spacing between the peaks in the spectra of HCl, HBr, and HI. ...
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Atomic coordinates for DNA bases as they appear in a B-form or A-form duplex

Where can I find atomic coordinates for guanosine / cytosine / thymine / adenine (either the ribonucleotide or deoxyribonucleotide bases) where the atoms are configured in the manner we would expect ...
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ESI & MALDI Mass Spectrometry: particle mass vs. measurement error

For MALDI or ESI mass spectrometry of large macromolecules (e.g. in the $\approx 100$ kDa to $\approx 10 - 100$ MDa mass range), I've always how measurement error scales with particle mass. Not ...
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Good Introduction to chemistry textbook [closed]

I want to learn basic chemistry, so which textbook do you think I should pick? It should be something both concise and clear. Thank you.
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Is Linus Pauling's General Chemistry still readable and up-to-date today?

I've found a Dover edition copy of Pauling's General Chemistry in the bookstore near me. I'd like to know if it's still readable today, I mean, is it still up-to-date? I have no background in ...
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Covalent bond deformation

When do covalent bonds of a molecule $M$ extend or compress while no bonds in $M$ are broken? I can conceive of some possibilities but I don't know how common they are: Temperature changes ...
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Standards for drawing chemical molecules

I'll preface this by saying I haven't had a chemistry class in 10 years and molecular structures are not my thing. But I'm submitting a revision to a journal paper where I need to include figures of ...
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Oil :water partition coefficients

Is there a database or a website with a list of oil : water partition coefficients of substances ? I actually want the oil:water partition coefficients of : cholesterol, starch , methyl citrate , ...
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EZ-Water - Fraud or breakthrough?

Recently the quack medicine folks online have been promoting the research of a certain Dr. Gerald Pollack who claims to have discovered a "forth phase of water", and who has recently published a book ...
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Plastic: Reputable Publications

I would just like some reputable textbooks and or publication companies that have extensive research on plastics, as, for example, dealing with life cycles of plastics, degradation factors, effect on ...
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Consumer Report for Lab Equipment

I'm just wondering if anybody here knows of a Consumer-Report-like publication for lab equipment. Something that would give the specifics, as, for example, the flow rate of a distilling condenser, ...
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Database for molecular dipole transition moments?

I'm looking for the dipole transition matrix elements for electronic transitions between the ground and excited states of the carbon dioxide cation, $\text{CO}_2^+$, that is, objects like ...
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Where can I find a downloadable spreadsheet of element properties?

Sorry for the FAQ, but I really don't know where to find a full spreadsheet for element properties. I mean a table that has one row for each element, and the columns are its properties, such as name, ...