Harman Patil

Sulphobes

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Sulphobes were the brain-child of Alfonso L. Herrera, and refer to the development of seemingly biological structures, which were constructed from the interaction of thin films of formaldehyde and Thiocyanates. These structures were claimed as being alive by others of his time, notably an "eminent microscopist." For details, see the book Protocells, by Bedau et al.

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