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Chemistry World December 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
01.52: Nanoscience brings artworks back to life
04.30: Monitoring asthma with mobile phones
07.00: Mike Barlow on spectroscopy opening windows on the universe
14.03: Acid solution for nanotube fibres
16.09: New evidence for toxic effects of inhaled nanotubes
19.02: Sigurd Hofmann on the discovery of element 112
25.28: DNA stretching mystery solved
29.10: New catalyst converts CO2 to useful molecules
32.00: The chemical conundrum - what analytical technique is being used by scientists to prove the existence of water on the moon?
Read more about this month's stories
22 October 2009
Micro-emulsion gels selectively remove aged polymer coatings from the surface of valuable works of art
06 November 2009
A mobile phone-based sensor can be used in measure nitric oxide in breath, a indicator for airway inflammation
We will surely never solve all the mysteries of the universe. But, as Jon Cartwright reports, spectroscopy holds the key to unravelling many planetary secrets
01 November 2009
Carbon nanotubes can be dissolved in chlorosulfonic acid for easy processing
25 October 2009
Carbon nanotubes found to accumulate in the same region of the lungs as asbestos in mice
19 October 2009
A long-standing debate about the structural transition that DNA undergoes when it is stretched seems to have been resolved
09 October 2009
UK scientists develop super-efficient catalyst to convert waste CO2 from power stations into useful cyclic carbonates
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