Monthly Archives: March 2011

Robert Bunsen

Robert Wilhelm Eberhard (30 March 1811 – 16 August 1899) was a German chemist. He investigated emission spectra of heated elements, and with Gustav Kirchhoff discovered caesium (in 1860) and rubidium (in 1861). Bunsen developed several gas-analytical methods, was a …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Berkeley Lab Researchers Create Next-Generation Chemical Mapping on the Nanoscale – Berkeley Lab scientists at the Molecular Foundry have pioneered a new chemical mapping method that provides unprecedented insight into materials at the nanoscale. These new maps will guide researchers …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Two Queen’s University Belfast chemists ‘top in UK’ – Scientists from Queen's University, Belfast, have taken the first and second slots in a list of top chemists. Professor Ken Seddon, a director of the QUB's Ionic Liquids Laboratory (QUILL), came …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Millimeter-sized monolayer crystals open the door to single crystal organic nanoelectronics – A research team have combined organic electronics with nanoelectronics and developed the first 2D crystal of organic semiconductors on the millimeter scale, the thickness of which is only …

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Scripps Research Method Reveals New View of Human Nerve Cells, Opening Door to Potential Drug Targets – Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute and University of Pennsylvania have found a way to uncover potential drug targets that have so far …

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Opalinus Clay as a potential host rock for nuclear waste repositories – Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU, Germany) have studied natural claystone in the laboratory for more than four years in order to determine how the radioactive elements …

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