
How To Count Isomers
Organic chemistry, unlike physical chemistry, is not a natural breeding ground for mathematics. Yet math has a way of lurking in unexpected places.

Irrational Composition (Happy Pi Day!)
Irrational numbers collide with composition. Plus, a new app to generate music.

Prevalence and the Base Rate Fallacy
A deep dive into the theory of PPVs using Bayes' Theorem. Or, how diagnostic test calculators work, the hidden gotcha with blind testing and as a bonus: extraterrestrials.

Green’s Functions Illustrated
There's no shame in admitting this: Green's functions can be a tad bit confusing. The purpose of this post is to provide an overview that will hopefully help you…

Harmonic Functions: Why They’re Nifty
Harmonic functions arise in countless engineering and physics applications. Here's an overview of these mathematical marvels.

Reversible Pairs
The math of reversible numbers, e.g., 123 and 321; 40012 and 21004, etc.