Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
23 January 2008
Craig Taatjes of Sandia National Labs, Livermore, US, and colleagues look inside the mysterious chemistry of combustion
24 January 2008
Joe Caruso talks to May Copsey about warfare agents, proteomics and why elemental mass spectrometry is not just all about the metal.
09 January 2008
Gold and silver alloy particles have been made using a simple technique involving ionic liquids.
04 January 2008
An ink that changes its colour when exposed to oxygen could help shoppers decide if their packaged food is fresh.
11 January 2008
It's fairly unlikely that you'll ever worry about snakes on a plane, but what if one of your co-passengers has SARS, or worse, is about to release some anthrax spores?
14 January 2008
Canadian researchers have devised a way to assess biological samples for the presence of multiple small molecules.
07 January 2008
Concentrated sunlight is all you need to make useful nanomaterials, according to Israeli researchers.
18 January 2008
French scientists have designed tests to catch cheats who use prohibited drugs to dope racehorses.
16 January 2008
Researchers from the US have discovered that soy bean oil could be used as a renewable feedstock for gels and resins.
Read the latest news from RSC publishing, including how four journals are celebrating their tenth year of publication.
Chemical Technology issue 2 2008 pdf
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