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Chemical Principles Laboratory (CHEM 181L)
 


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Dihydrofolate Reductase complex with Brodimoprim-4,6-Dicarboxylate
Dissociation of methane on a nickel(111) surface. The highest occupied molecular orbital is displayed together with the dissociation products chemisorbed on the the metal surface.
Surface of the drug Chloramphenicol-3-Palmitate showing interactions with water molecules.
2-D slice of the electron density in zeolite AFY (blue=highest density, red=lowest).
Fe-heme in the ribbon structure of a peptide.
Methane (CH4) dissociation on a Ni(111) surface. The image shows an isodensity surface colored by values of the electrostatic potential (red=highest potential, blue=lowest).
Ribbon structure of HIV-1 protease complexed with a non-peptide inhibitor. The inhibitor is displayed with van der Waal's surface colored by electrostatic potential.
Interaction of ethylene with a zirconocene catalyst. Surfaces illustrate electrostatic potential and charge density.
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