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).
More about work of Basile Curchod at www.in-silico-photochem.com
- 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).
More about work of Matteo Degiacomi at www.degiacomi.org
- 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).