Results, Discussion, and Abstract. C344. Results and Discussion. New evidence and persuasion! In many fields, the two sections are split In organic chemistry, often integrated in same section Your responsibility—maintain the difference in your mind and writing
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Results, Discussion, and Abstract
“Summarizing, reducing, and generalizing from the data are all highly interpretive processes. It should be clear by now that researchers do not let the data speak for themselves; in summarizing their results, they also interpret them for the reader.”
Writing in the Sciences, p 109.
“Results of this study ______ that significant genetic divergence has occurred among geographically separated groups of racoons.”
The purpose of this report is to determine the effect of treating H.pelori infection on the recurrence of gastric and duodenal ulcer disease. Results of a clinical study of recent ulcer patients under two treatments are reported.
Tetrazoles are potent anion binders. We report here a new family of tetrazole–pyrrole–amide hosts that arise when a tetrazole is incorporated as a new binding element alongside the well-known amidopyrrole anion-binding scaffold. In addition to reporting three new, modular synthetic routes that can be used to access these structures, we also report that the new hosts are highly potent binders of chloride. Along the way, we carried out studies of a pyrrole ester control compound that, surprisingly, bound anions almost as strongly as did the amide analogues. This led us to investigate further the relative importance of the amide NH in halide binding. We report that, despite the regular appearance of this close amide NH---Cl contact in calculated and experimental X-ray structures, the amide NH in this family of anion hosts does not hydrogen bond strongly to chloride in solution.