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Chemistry World August 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
01.56: Making hydrogen fuel from urine
05.05: Cleaning up the dye industry
07.20: Brian Merry on the search for the mechanisms of ageing
13.40: White phosphorus tamed
16.10: Hybrid peptides trigger dramatic weight loss
18.16: Graham Reed discusses the art of glassblowing
23.39: The tiniest droplet of acid
26.30: Could sulfate particles accelerate global warming?
29.03: The chemical conundrum - the Moon was most likely formed when the early Earth collided with another planet - but what data did NASA's Apollo astronauts collect to answer that question?
Read more about this month's stories
02 July 2009
Whizz electrocatalyst frees the hydrogen from 'liquid gold'
08 July 2009
Novel recyclable metal oxide filter removes harmful dyes from wastewater
As we expand our knowledge of the molecular mechanisms of ageing, could we soon see a jump in 'healthspan'? Emma Davies talks to the scientists tackling age-related disease
26 June 2009
Highly reactive element becomes oxygen-insensitive when caged
14 July 2009
'Two-in-one' peptide hormone mimic causes dramatic weight loss in obese mice
Chemistry may have become an increasingly high tech discipline, but it still relies on glassware - and the age-old skill of glassblowing - says Simon Hadlington
23 June 2009
Single molecules of HCl will fully dissociate in just four molecules of water
06 July 2009
Sulfate and nitrate particles could enhance global warming when combined with soot particles in the atmosphere
NASA's Apollo missions answered many questions about the Moon - and as NASA unveils plans to return, lunar chemistry will again play a prominent role, says Richard Corfield
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