In an amazing work of microscopy, scientists have gotten a high-resolution view of a molecule and its chemical bonds. What’s more, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers got a peek at the molecule as it broke and reformed bonds after undergoing a chemical reaction.
Their images show a molecule, on the left above, which has 26 carbon and 14 hydrogen atoms structured as three connected benzene rings. The molecules on the right are the two most common products that result after the molecule is heated to 90 degrees Celsius.
Dan, why so competitive
“Dan’s trying to run faster than Emma, Emma’s trying to run faster than Dan, and Rupert’s just anywhere trying to keep up with the pair of them” —David Yates
"I’m faster than Emma." - Daniel Radcliffe
|me:||i am actually so happy with my life right now for once|
|next day:||*everything fucks up*|