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Chemistry World January 2012
Chemistry World Podcast
1.05: Caffeine content of high-street espressos
5.08: A zombie reaction rises from the dead
7.53: Antony Williams discusses collating chemical data and the ChemSpider database
14.57: Crab shell used to create a transparent plastic
17.40: A homonuclear diatomic molecule with a permanent dipole
21.53: US Army research chemist Jesse Sabatini talks about his work making cleaner pyrotechnics
28.29: Making a self-cleaning glass using candle soot
31.40: The lightest material ever created
35.13: Trivia - What causes a hangover?
Read more about this month's stories
01 December 2011
Large variations in caffeine content have been found in espressos in high street coffee shops
21 November 2011
School children have discovered an oscillating Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction that springs back to life after five hours
Clare Sansom takes a 'peak' at the databases that stop researchers being buried under an avalanche of chemical information
30 November 2011
From crabsticks to plastics as researchers find a new use for these crustaceans
24 November 2011
A molecule containing two atoms of the same element can have a permanent electric dipole, say US scientists, contradicting the traditional view of molecular polarity.
From the Olympics to New Year's Eve events, fireworks are synonymous with celebration. James Mitchell Crow looks into some pyrotechnic research worth celebrating in itself
01 December 2011
Using candle soot as a template leads to a transparent coating that is both water and oil repellent
17 November 2011
US team makes a metal-based microlattice structure lighter than aerogels whose properties differ remarkably from the bulk material
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