Already have an ACS ID? Log in
Renew your membership, and continue to enjoy these benefits.
Already an ACS Member? Log in here
Choose the membership that is right for you. Discount will be applied automatically at checkout.
Enjoy these benefits no matter which membership you pick.
Most Popular in Environment
These white puffy blobs formed when fat extracted from a brownie cooled and solidified. Sylvain Mercier and colleagues at Phytochemia, a lab focused on natural product standardization and quality control, added the fat to a volumetric flask, which they topped off with a dichloromethane/methanol solvent mixture. The scientists stored the flask in the fridge overnight, and when they removed it, they found these florets. “It really looks like cauliflower,” Mercier says.
Do science. Take pictures. Win Money. Enter our photo contest here.
For more Chemistry in Pictures, visit our new home on cen.acs.org.
This article has been sent to the following recipient: