Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
April, 2007, Issue 4
27 March 2007
Molecular recognition is the key to chemical sensing. Enrico Dalcanale and Laura Pirondini, University of Parma, Italy, explain how to avoid false positives.
29 March 2007
Rustem Ismagilov talks to Neil Withers about all things microfluidic...and economics.
06 March 2007
UK researchers have improved a technique that simplifies the NMR spectra of mixtures, enabling the spectrum of each individual component to be seen
07 March 2007
Have you ever accidentally put milk in a cup of tea and wished you could take it out again?
28 March 2007
A new system for treating harmful persistent organic pollutants has been developed by researchers based in Birmingham, UK.
15 March 2007
Japanese scientists have made a paper-like, polymer-based rechargeable battery.
19 March 2007
Equipment for the continuous monitoring of trace elements in gas from a biofuel gasification reactor has been developed by UK and German scientists.
13 March 2007
US chemists have come up with a way of detecting the amounts of toxic and volatile chemicals given off from industrial chimneys.
21 March 2007
Researchers in the US have developed a new reagent for studying proteins.
Launched at the beginning of February, Project Prospect is an exciting new initiative from RSC Publishing.
Analytical Abstracts has been thoroughly redeveloped to increase usability, making it an ideal web resource for researchers in analytical and bioanalytical science.
The Sheraton Hotel in Brussels, Belgium, was the setting for the third triennial RSC Editors' Symposium, held from 17th-19th February.
Chemical Technology issue 4 2007
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