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May. 29, 2012

Química olímpica

by Luis Quevedo

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Investigadores británicos de la Universidad de Warwick y la Royal Society of Chemistry, junto a técnicos de IBM Research de Zúrich (Suiza), han creado y fotografiado la estructura de cinco anillos más pequeña sintetizada hasta ahora, un homenaje a los anillos olímpicos. La han bautizado como 'olimpiceno' y su tamaño es unas 100.000 veces más fino que un cabello humano. Su fórmula química es C19H12.
Fuente: SINC
About Luis Quevedo

Luis is the Spanish Language Producer for NPR-Science Friday/ Recovering scientist that moved away from the bench and towards the light of the cathode ray tube of tv. He is a filmmaker, writer, producer, tv-host, and cultural agitator.

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