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Chemistry World November 2006
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Chemistry World Podcast
1.30 We start our chemistry world salad-crisping experiment
3.00 Element 118 added to the periodic table
4.30 Medical polymers made from bile
6.15 Exactly what chemicals are in our food - and how much? Plus interview with clinical toxicologist John Henry, from St Mary's hospital in London gives his reaction to the claims
10.20 The science behind this year's chemistry Nobel prize
13.20 Interview: Philip Ball untangles the science of amyloid protein
17.40 Mass spectrometry looks inside cells
19.35 Major setback for obesity drug development
22.00 Interview: Andy West from the Chemistry innovation knowledge transfer network tells us about new green hopes for clean coal
26.15 Antimatter reacts for the first time
28.30 Defra halts organophosphate poisoning study
30.30 What has happened to the Chemistry World salad, and an autumnal chemistry conundrum for next month
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