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Chemical news from Robert Slinn

Filtered chemistry news from Robert Slinn for Reactive Reports. First report on fate of underwater dispersants in Deepwater Horizon oil spill – Scientists are reporting that key chemical components of the 770,000 gallons of oil dispersants applied below the ocean …

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Chemistry news – Slinn Pickings

Guest contributor, chemist Robert Slinn of the University of Liverpool, filters the latest happenings from the world of chemistry. Simple, ingenious way to create lab-on-a-chip devices could become a model for teaching and research – With little more than a …

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Chemistry news – Slinn Pickings

Guest contributor, chemist Robert Slinn of the University of Liverpool, filters the latest happenings from the world of chemistry. Oxidation mechanisms at gold nanoclusters unraveled – Researchers believe that the puzzle of catalytic gold is now partially solved. Scared to …

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Chemical favorites for October 16th through October 18th

These are my reactive chemistry links for October 16th through October 18th: Stretched Janus material – A thin film of europium titanate stretched across a substrate of dysprosium scandate is the strongest simultaneously ferroelectric and ferromagnetic material synthesised since 1966. …

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Bookmarks for October 9th from 13:37 to 13:50

These are my reactive links for October 9th from 13:37 to 13:50: What did science journalists make of this years science Nobel Prizes? – Knight Science Journalism Tracker discusses the chemistry Nobel and more Sunny side up – Spire Semiconductor …

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Chemical Sensitivity

This week’s Spinneret post actually points you to my latest Alchemist column on ChemWeb.com but also goes into a little more detail on one of the items reported there regarding pesticide contamination. First off, Environmental research gets a boost from …

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