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Mesoamerican Nephropathy: Report from the Second International Research Workshop on MeNInternational Workshop on Mesoamerican Nephropathy
(Program on Work, Environment and Health in Central America (SALTRA), 2016)
Mesoamerican Nephropathy: Report from the Second International Research Workshop on Men
(Program on Work, Environment and Health in Central America (SALTRA), 2016-08-01)
THE BRAZILIAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF BRAZILIAN CHEMISTRY
(Soc Brasileira QuimicaSao PauloBrasil, 1997)
Apostila de práticas de química computacional
(Universidade Tecnológica Federal do ParanáPato Branco, 2014)
In this work, it was made a workbook of computational chemistry for use in the teaching in degree of Chemistry at the Federal Technological University of Paraná, UTFPR – Campus Pato Branco, as complementary material of ...
Woman in chemistry. Jane marcet, a relevant figure in chemistry education
A historiographical study of Jane Marcet's role in spreading chemistry knowledge to a wider audience in the 19th century is presented here. Her efforts to spread scientific knowledge were crucial to sharing the most important ...
A new chapter in the problem of the reduction of chemistry to physics: The Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules
The problem of the reduction of chemistry to physics has been traditionally addressed in terms of classical structural chemistry and standard quantum mechanics. In this work, we will study the problem from the perspective ...
Natural products from Brazilian biodiversity as a source of new models for medicinal chemistry
(Int Union Pure Applied Chemistry, 2012-01-01)
Natural products are the inspiration for many valuable therapeutic agents and attest to biodiversity being a rich source of new molecular structures. Their value as templates for medicinal chemistry remains undisputed, ...
Química de materiais em 25 anos de SBQ
(Sociedade Brasileira de Química, 2002-05-01)
Communications on Chemistry of Materials topics were already presented in the first annual meetings of the Brazilian Chemical Society, dispersed throughout various meeting sections. The SBQ Materials Chemistry division was ...