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Chemistry World October 2011
Chemistry World Podcast
01.05: Microscopy reveals why ketchup squirts
5.07: Toyota create first magnesium-sulfur rechargeable battery
7.20: Paul Shearing explains why you might want to swap your home boiler for a fuel cell
14.30: Two for one - cleaning water and generating energy
17.52: Bacteria responsible for missing 'atmospheric brooms' that sweep the sky clean
20.19: How clean is your car's engine? John Bennett reveals what additives are in your fuel to keep your car running smoothly
27.21: High-throughput catalyst screening for the masses
30.46: Limestone is efficient energy distributor
34.00: Trivia - What's the fastest thing in the universe?
36:20: It's our birthday! the Chemistry World podcast is 5 years old this month
Read more about this month's stories
02 September 2011
Researchers claim to have uncovered the particle dynamics behind 'non-Newtonian' fluids
10 August 2011
An electrolyte that pairs magnesium with sulfur is a crucial step on the road to new efficient rechargeable batteries
Fuel cell vehicles have taken a back seat to battery and hybrid power in recent years. But hydrogen still holds promise in the long term, as Laura Howes finds out
18 August 2011
A dual-purpose system degrades organic compounds in wastewater, powering a fuel cell that generates electricity
19 August 2011
The puzzle of where key chemical species that remove pollutants from the atmosphere come from may have been solved
Our desire for economical but environmentally friendly transport has driven progress in fuel and oil additives. But as Andy Extance discovers, further development is needed
09 September 2011
Rapid reaction screening approach automates the accidental discovery of new catalytic reactions
01 September 2011
Solar energy from the desert could be delivered to major cities in limestone batteries
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