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Chemistry World May 2012
Chemistry World Podcast
1.08: A temporary tattoo measures athletic performance...
3.46: ...and a graphene tooth tattoo detects bacteria
6.42: Graham Turnbull is sensing explosives with his electronic nose
13.49: Solving the source of static
17.32: What does it mean if your bacon is green?
20.20: Bringing chemistry to life with Lee Cronin
28.19: Nanoparticles: a concern for children
31.37: The world's first germanone
34.09: Trivia - 50 years since the invention of which ubiquitous device?
Read more about this month's stories
27 March 2012
Nascar racer Paulie Harraka's hydration has been monitored using an epidermal electronic device
28 March 2012
A remote sensor operating on tooth enamel is a promising blueprint for non-invasive diagnostic devices
Can science compete with the sensitivity of a sniffer dog's nose? Emma Davies finds out
27 March 2012
Transfer of nanoscale fragments found to be far more important than previously thought for producing static charges
02 April 2012
Scientists have used x-ray diffraction to determine the structure of the nitrite burn on bacon
Biology has been pretty successful at creating life, but now chemistry wants a crack at it. Hayley Birch investigates
13 March 2012
Infant lungs are particularly prone to nanoparticle deposition, be it from pollution or inhaled medicines
25 March 2012
World's first germanone created using bulky ligands to stabilise highly reactive bond
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