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Snapshots of Celebrity Molecules

There they are, cavorting on the beach at Cannes, peering out from the back seat of a stretch limo, or maybe just gumming up the bottom of your Erlenmeyer. Celebrity Molecules are celebrities because ... because they are, that's all.

Author: Alexey Artemyev
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Israelane, the molecule from the MOTM database
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Helvetane, the molecule from the MOTM database
   
Author: Irina Oshchepkova
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[(1-ethyl-2-
methylcyclopropyl)methyl]
cyclobutane
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1,2,3-tris(3-fluoro-
1,1,2,2,3-
pentamethylbutyl)
cycloheptane
   
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bicyclo[4.2.0]oct-1(6)-ene
   
bicyclo[2.2.0]hex-2-yne
   
   
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Just a simple face, but...
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Which diamond do you prefer? Download the molecule with ACD/ChemSketch v.5.0.
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Author: Alexey Skladchikov
       

You think that these fantastic pictures are products of abstract art? These are real 2D NMR spectra of strychnine, processed with ACD/SpecManager.

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