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Chemistry World April 2012
Chemistry World Podcast
0.53: A thermometer that can measure temperatures within a cell
2.55: In space, tiny diamonds are made from carbon onions
6.27: Michael Hamblin sheds light on photodynamic therapy
13.23: Usurping the functional group hierarchy
16.31: Could arsenic DNA really exist?
19.51: Volker Hessel discusses the future of flow chemistry
26.35: Using magnetic levitation to measure protein binding
29.11: Making crisps healthier
32.05: Which element links a founding father with an expedition and constipation?
Read more about this month's stories
07 March 2012
A fluorescent polymer can be used to take the temperature of organelles within a cell
24 February 2012
Meteoric nanodiamonds were formed from 'carbon onion' collisions
Could light prove to be the ultimate weapon in the battle against deadly superbugs, asks Anthony King
27 February 2012
A method for reducing a ketone or ester in the presence of an aldehyde bypasses the standard carbonyl reactivity hierarchy
29 February 2012
Contrary to accepted wisdom, scientists claim that arsenic could replace phosphorus in the DNA backbone and remain stable in water
When it comes to scaling up organic synthesis, it pays to think small. James Mitchell Crow explains
05 March 2012
Diseases could be diagnosed cheaply in the developing world using a simple device that measures density with magnets
16 February 2012
Less salt may not necessarily mean less flavour, according to new crisp research. It's all in the way the salt is released into the mouth
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