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But Hore and colleagues' simulations of cryptochromes show that a little bit of quantum deterioration can actually enhance the strength of the magnetic field's effect on the chemical reactions.
The observed chemical reactions occurred in the absence of enzymes but were made possible by the chemical molecules found in the Archean sea.
Investigate a range of types of important chemical reactions that occur in non-living systems and involve energy transfer, including: combustion (ACSSU179);
The researchers believe their results could impact a variety of fields including molecular electronics, biology and energy science through the development of new types of chemical reactions.
Take part in some colourful chemical reactions on stage to find out how chemistry can provide us with colour, energy and light and how colour can be used to identify chemicals.
Chambre and Young [3] have analyzed a first order chemical reaction in the neighbourhood of a horizontal plate.
UV rays drive a chemical reaction in the indicator, releasing an acid into a dye, and causing it to change colour.
Andrew Mills, professor of chemistry at Strathclyde University, said: "People think of chemical reactions as happening in test tubes.
Written for students and researchers in the fields of chemical and materials engineering, this collection of scientific papers investigates chemical reactions on catalytic surfaces and how these conditions can affect the environment in positive and negative ways.
Under natural conditions, when an organism dies, chemical reactions cause the body's tissues and DNA, or genetic codes, to decay.
To make light, she says, a firefly's brain sends a signal to the light organ in its abdomen, where the light-producing chemical reactions occur.
The PM uses the same technology as the microbial identification kits, except that the PM measures nearly 2,000 chemical reactions related to carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulphur metabolism, as well as pH, growth range, and sensitivity to antibiotics and stress factors.
Thus, the microreactor enables the reaction solutions to be sufficiently mixed and to complete chemical reactions.
On the atomic scale, "transition states," which were first employed in chemical dynamics, can act as barriers that need crossing in order for chemical reactions to occur.