Julie M Locke

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The use of infrared absorption spectra of bacteria as an aid to their identification seemed promising to Stevenson and Bolduan in 1952. Since then, Levine et al. (1953b) and Riddle et al. (1956) in the United States and Norris (1953) and Thomas and Greenstreet (1954) in England have come to similar conclusions. Inasmuch as these investigators worked(More)
Understanding the factors that determine molecular shape enables scientists to begin to understand and tailor molecular properties and reactivity. Many biomolecules and bioactive compounds contain aliphatic heterocyclic rings whose conformations play a major role in their biological activity. The interplay of a number of factors, both steric and electronic,(More)
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