Tag Archives: magnetic

A chemical decathlon: Slinn Pickings

Atom-thick sheets unlock future technologies – A new way of splitting layered materials, similar to graphite, into sheets of material just one atom thick could lead to revolutionary new electronic and energy storage technologies. ‘Cornell dots’ that light up cancer …

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Slinn Pickings: latest chemical news

Cells as test tubes – Chemists have used living cells as test tubes to carry out chemical reactions never before seen within living cells Flu breakthrough promises a vaccine to kill all strains – Scientists at Oxford University have successfully …

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Slinn Picking Chemistry

Filtered chemistry news from Robert Slinn for Reactive Reports. Tiny magnetic switch discovered – A Kiel research group, headed by Prof Rainer Herges, has succeeded for the first time in directly controlling the magnetic state of a single molecule at …

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Slinn Pickings – the six pack

A foaming six-pack of chemical news stories from Reactive Reports with Robert Slinn New microscopy method opens window on previously unseen cell features – Nongjian (N.J.) Tao and his colleagues at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University have pioneered …

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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. Chemists separate water isomers – Nine years ago, Russian researchers sparked controversy when they claimed to have separated water into its …

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Slinn Pickings – news from the world of chemistry

Guest blogger and chemist Robert Slinn contributes his favorite news snippets from the world of chemistry Einstein in your engine – Cars start thanks to Einstein's principle of relativity. That's the peculiar conclusion of new calculations by Rajeev Ahuja of …

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