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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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10 quick chemical hits: Slinn Pickings

Researchers Discover New Way to Design Metal Nanoparticle Catalysts – Researchers at Northwestern University have discovered a new strategy for fabricating metal nanoparticles in catalysts that promises to enhance the selectivity and yield for a wide range of structure-sensitive catalytic …

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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 – chemical news updates

Guest blogger and chemist Robert Slinn contributes his favorite news snippets from the world of chemistry UvA chemists develop fully biodegradable and recyclable synthetic resin – Modern synthetic resins are made from fossil sources, are not biodegradable and can only …

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Spectroscopy, X-rays and arsenic

These are my SpectroscopyNOW headlines for this week: Color X-rays – X-rays are incredibly useful in diagnostic imaging but also come at a price because they are ionising and so have potential to damage tissues. In work that combines informatics, …

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Bucky bottle, MRI compression, healthy nanotech

Bucky bottle – Making a suitable hole in the fullerene cage and then attaching a molecular stopper gives us what might be flippantly termed a "bucky bottle". There are many possible applications for such an entity, according to researchers writing …

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