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Chemistry World January 2009
Chemistry World Podcast
02.14: Chemists take control of robo-moths
04.32: Did meteorite strikes seed life on earth?
07.18: Fraser Stoddart discusses the impact of Richard Feynman's famous 'Plenty of room at the bottom' talk, fifty years on
13.54: Trace metal molybdenum could be limiting tropical forests' carbon capture
16.28: Could the world's toughest ceramic deliver smash-free dinner plates?
31.30: The chemical conundrum - whisky's magic dilution
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