Palatinate (noun; British; origin mid-19th century) – a light purple or lavender colour, as used in certain ceremonial robes of the University and City of Durham, and later also in sporting outfits (Oxford English Dictionary).
CMYK: 51, 91, 0, 34
RGB: 126, 49, 123
Durham University Computational Chemistry Community has started a Palatinate Challenge – “Scientific articles to feature palatinate both as colour and a word”.
Recent articles to satisfy the Challenge:
- Benoît Mignolet and Basile F. E. Curchod. “A Walk Through the Approximations of Ab Initio Multiple Spawning”, The Journal of chemical physics (2018).
- Matteo Degiacomi. “On the Effect of Sphere-Overlap on Super Coarse-Grained Models of Protein Assemblies”, Journal of The American Society for Mass Spectrometry (2018).
- Kanittika Ruengkajorn, Valentina Erastova, Jean-Charles Buffet, H. Chris Greenwell, and Dermot O’Hare. “Aqueous immiscible layered double hydroxides: synthesis, characterisation and molecular dynamics simulation”, Chemical Communications (2018).
- B. F. E. Curchod, F. Agostini and I. Tavernelli, “CT-MQC – A Coupled-Trajectory Mixed Quantum/Classical method including nonadiabatic quantum coherence effects”, The European Physical Journal B (2018).
F. Agostini and B. F. E. Curchod, “When the Exact Factorization Meets Conical Intersections…”, The European Physical Journal B (2018).
- F. Agostini, E. K. U. Gross and B. F. E. Curchod, “Electron-Nuclear Entanglement in the Time-Dependent Molecular Wavefunction”, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry (2019).