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Chemistry World September 2010
Chemistry World Podcast
01.15: Recycling CO2 to make plastic
03.15: Snapshots of mystery molecules
06.10: Allison Carey from Yale University, US, on how mosquitoes sniff out meals and the chemicals we might use to stop getting bitten
13.29: A MOF you can scoff
15.54: Buckyballs give clue to space mystery
19.10: Graham Hutchings from the University of Cardiff, UK, talks about the mystery and allure of gold on the nanoscale
27.50: Bubble powered microengines push forward
30.28: Light-rechargeable batteries
Our last ever joke of the month: What do you call a benzene ring with iron atoms replacing the carbon atoms?
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Read more about this month's stories
28 July 2010
A firm converting carbon dioxide into plastic is one of several receiving US funding to push research into creating useful products from the waste gas
01 August 2010
Researchers use atomic force microscopy to produce clear molecular images and help determine the correct atomic structure of unknown molecules
Simon Hadlington discovers why some people get bitten by more insects than others, and how new chemical deterrents are helping fight them off
17 August 2010
Researchers stumble upon a new type of metal organic framework made from edible natural products
22 July 2010
Fullerenes have been identified in space, raising the hopes of discoverer Harry Kroto that they hold the answer to a persistent astronomical problem
The catalytic potential of gold nanoparticles was overlooked for years, but researchers are making up for lost time, writes Bea Perks
29 July 2010
Enzyme-powered engines pack in the power with peroxide munching microjets
11 August 2010
Chemists develop new molecular system that can both generate and store charge by light
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