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Arrow pushing or electron pushing is a technique used to describe the progression of organic chemistry reaction mechanisms. It was first developed by Sir Robert Robinson. In using arrow pushing, “curved arrows” or “curly arrows” are superimposed over the structural formulae of reactants in a chemical equation to show the reaction mechanism. 71 more words
There’s a lesson to be learned from yesterday’s baseball game between the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels.
First, you should know that Seattle closer Fernando Rodney typically takes an imaginary arrow out of his imaginary quiver after closing out a game in the… 81 more words