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I am one of those who loved science when I was five years old. I never ever had career changes to make, just fine-tuning. I ended up as an analytical chemist, but dabble at many other areas of science for their beauty and fun. I will write occasionally on some of these topics here.

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1. William Lee - November 9, 2009

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2. Naga - June 5, 2014

Whoever you are, I guess you are pretty educated with some fancy degrees in analytical chemistry. I am astounded by the way you talk about Indians as a whole in your blogs with your sense of superiority and righteousness. In another day and age I could totally see you being a southern slave master. Now that you can’t impose your superiority, you can just blog about it.

3. NoChemist - July 21, 2014

Analytical chemist. Watch for that Walmart bed, as spring normally comes off at night. Ouch!


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