The Chemistry World Podcast

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Chemistry World August 2008
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Chemistry World Podcast

August 2008 

2.10: The moon may not be made of cheese, but it's wetter than expected 

5.05: Chemistry on Mars 

7.10: Eric Wolff from the British Antarctic Survey explains how ice holds ancient and vital chemical clues about climate change 

14.30: Can humans sense light through their skin? 

17.30: How mercury could be responsible for Dolphins beaching themselves 

19.40: Malcolm Forbes, chemistry professor from the University of North Carolina, explains how chemical techniques are helping create the perfect pint 

23.30: A live experiment in beer chemistry in the Chemistry World garden, and can you answer our Olympic-themed chemical conundrum? 

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