The first challenge word of the “52 project” (which is what I’m calling this weekly photo assignment new year’s resolution thing) comes to us from the CRC Handbook of Chromatography: Carbohydrates Volume II. I’ll confess it took me a few tries to randomly point at an actual word. I kept hitting charts full of numbers and chemical formulas.
But perseverance is everything. And eventually I landed on…
“Derivatization with 4′-N,N-dimethylamino-4-azobenzene-1-sulfonylhydrazine also produces strongly chromophoric compounds, which can be resolved by reversed-phase HPLC” (295).
Well, good thing I landed on REVERSED, one of the few words in that sentence that spell check believes to be a word, and not DIMETHYLAMINO and the like.
So if you want to play along, ready your camera. Remember the photo must contain a human and some inkling of change and, of course, your interpretation of the word “reversed.” I’ll post my photograph next Tuesday as well as the word for the next week’s picture.
We good? Cool.
Churms, Shirley and Sherma, Joseph. CRC Handbook of Chromatography: Carbohydrates Volume II. Roca Baton, Florida: CRC Press, Inc. 1991.