Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
September, 2006, Issue 9
03 August 2006
Chemists in Japan have developed an oxygen storage system with almost ten times more capacity than the conventional materials used in automotive catalysts.
22 August 2006
Antimony leached from plastic bottles may form a novel citrate complex in citrus juices, which could affect its toxicity, report researchers in Greece.
24 August 2006
A protein patterning technique could help fight cancer, say US scientists.
15 August 2006
A highly luminescent polymer film that glows bright blue in response to electric current has been developed by scientists in China.
01 August 2006
Canadian chemists have used ionic liquids to broaden the range of compounds that can be studied with mass spectrometry.
08 August 2006
Intelligent liquid crystals may soon be integral in lab-on-a-chip technology, according to researchers from the Netherlands and Canada.
10 August 2006
Studying ionic liquids' thermal stability is important, claim chemists in Australia.
18 August 2006
Researchers from the US have developed a microfluidic splitting technique for separating chemically distinct samples on the nanoscale.
A new book published by the RSC, Lust and Love: Is it more than chemistry? examines the age old questions of why people fall in love and what makes people attractive.
News that the National Library of Medicine has selected Molecular BioSystems, the RSC's chemical biology journal, for indexing and inclusion in their MEDLINE database brought the j...
Lab on a Chip and Corning Incorporated and are launching a new prize, called Pioneers in Miniaturisation, to encourage research at the micro- and nano-scale.
Chemical Technology Issue 9 2006
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