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Chemistry World March 2012
Chemistry World Podcast
0.37: Calculations find a quadruple carbon-carbon bond
4.18: Graphene sheets are made irridescent and superhydrophobic
7.10: Paul Kelly discusses an accidental discovery that led to a novel fingerprinting method
14.20: Cooperative chemistry gives rotaxanes with multiple rings in surprisingly high yield
16.35: The toughest fibres ever made
20.42: Norbert Jakubowski on the highly sensitive techniques used to detect metals for toxicity and diagnostic measurements
26.25: The instant detection of ecstasy
29.33: A magnetic soap
32.53: Trivia - the largest ever sodium water experiment?
Read more about this month's stories
29 January 2012
High bonding order possible in main group and may be responsible for the ability to isolate molecular species
17 January 2012
Researchers in China pattern graphene oxide to create superhydrophobicity and iridescence simultaneously
The scientists on the inside of advanced fingerprinting research are cross-examined by Simon Hadlington
09 February 2012
The power of pi stacking overcomes entropy and links up polyrotaxanes with high yields
01 February 2012
A polymer fibre that combines carbon nanotubes and reduced graphene oxide is stronger than spider silk and Kevlar
The boom in analytical methods for determining the distribution of an element between its different chemical forms is charted by Andy Extance
10 February 2012
A probe to reveal the active ingredient in ecstasy tablets for quick detection
26 January 2012
Iron has been incorporated into a surfactant to produce a liquid that responds to an external magnetic field
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