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?Reactive Reports #60
?November 2006
From David Bradley Science Writer
and?Advanced Chemistry Development
? Reactive People [Previous Reactions...] Reactive People Chemist Interviews
Amilra Prasanna "AP" de Silva Interview with Mark Leach
Mark Leach is a chemical researcher with a difference. He has worked at universities in the UK and overseas, acted as an A-level examiner as well as consulting for international companies and organizations. Read more...
? Reactive Science News sciencebase science newsfeed
? Networking Neural Nanotubes? The Internet is a series of tubes...no, sorry...wrong story. Carbon nanotubes are the new material of choice for a wide range of applications.
? Fried Rust Could Prevent Arsenic Poisoning A subject that we have returned to on several occasions, arsenic-contaminated drinking water, could one day become a thing of the past thanks to the unexpected discovery of the magnetic properties of rusty nanoparticles.
? Large-scale Chemistry Reveals Galactic Origins? Determining the chemical composition of 2000 stars in four of our neighboring dwarf galaxies, is a task even the biggest parallel analytical operation would probably baulk at taking on, although the fees would be enormous.
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