Welcome to Jennifer Wolf’s Chemistry site.  This website is primarily for resources for my current students, but anyone with interest in the subject is welcome to browse.

Below I post various videos, images, and links to current chemistry applications in our lives, including food chemistry, technology, and materials. Enjoy.

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A movie made from molecules

Scientists at IBM used a scanning tunneling microscope to move carbon monoxide molecules on a copper surface… and made this.

http://theweek.com/article/index/243505/watch-the-worlds-smallest-movie-starring-atoms

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“What if natural products came with a list of ingredients?”

Thanks to James Kennedy, an chemistry teacher and author in Australia.

http://io9.com/what-if-natural-products-came-with-a-list-of-ingredient-1503320184

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Self-healing polymer in an LG phone

An LG phone is made with a polymer that makes it scratch-resistant and bendable.

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Dry ice soap bubble

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Liquid nitrogen demonstration

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The first image of a hydrogen bond

The first image of a hydrogen bond:

http://io9.com/the-very-first-image-of-a-hydrogen-bond-1426759827

Using a technique called high-resolution atomic force microscopy (AFM), researchers in China have visualized the molecular structure of a hydrogen bond.

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The Periodic Table made fun.

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The chemistry of egg dying

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Organic Electronics

Organic Electronics

More chemistry news from Science Daily:  http://www.sciencedaily.com/news/matter_energy/chemistry/

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