Interstellar emptiness chemistry - ISCR highlighted in "En direct des labos" @CNRS INC Actualités

Three questions to Jean-Claude Guillemin on the Interstellar emptiness chemistry
Interstellar emptiness chemistry - ISCR highlighted in "En direct des labos" @CNRS INC Actualités

"The interstellar emptiness, or the space between the stars, is not really empty. There are many molecules there, some of them may have played a role in the emergence of life on Earth. Jean-Claude Guillemin, CNRS research director at the Rennes Institute of Chemical Sciences (ISCR, CNRS / ENSCR / INSA Rennes / Université Rennes 1), addresses the subject in a chapter of the book "Étonnante Chimie" and develop it with us"...

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Jean-Claude Guillemin, Univ Rennes, ENSCR, ISCR-CNRS UMR 6226, F-35000 Rennes, France
jean-claude [dot] guilleminatensc-rennes [dot] fr