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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
January 12, 2012
Jon Cartwright
Shortages spur race for helium-3 alternatives The Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex, based in Tokai, needs 100,000 liters of helium-3 to run properly, but has secured only 85,000 liters. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 10, 2012
Phillip Broadwith
Amino acid residues give away bloodstain's age Chemists in the US have developed a quick and simple way to find out how old bloodstains are using natural fluorescence measurements. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 9, 2012
Philip Robinson
Nanoear listens in on cellular motoring Just as the macroscopic world is filled with the rattle and hum of machinery, the actions of molecular and cellular machinery also produce tiny vibrations that resonate throughout the microscopic world. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 6, 2012
Tegan Thomas
Blood barrier gel aids medical analysis US scientists have developed a separator gel that can form a permanent barrier between blood components when exposed to ultraviolet light. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 2012
DNA motors on With the relentless rise of DNA nanotechnology's popularity, Emma Davies explores the role chemistry has played in its success mark for My Articles 376 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 21, 2011
James Urquhart
For clean carbon dioxide conversion just add water Japanese researchers have shown that photocatalytic reduction of CO 2 is possible using water as the reducing agent. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 20, 2011
Simon Hadlington
pH adjustable protein micro-lenses Scientists in China have used a common protein to create tiny optical lenses, a few tens of micrometres in diameter, whose focus can be adjusted simply by changing the pH of the surrounding medium. mark for My Articles 145 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 14, 2011
Kate McAlpine
Artificial intelligence for quantum chemistry Quantum chemical approximations don't always need to start from scratch, says an international team of researchers. Algorithms can now be used to predict the atomisation energy of huge numbers of molecules mark for My Articles 221 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 13, 2011
Jon Cartwright
Scientists unveil tiniest switch Researchers in Germany claim to have created the world's smallest molecular switch, relying on the movement of just a single proton. mark for My Articles 161 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 7, 2011
Anne Horan
Catalyst clears up corrosion UK scientists have developed a cheap way of cleaning tarnished metals in industry to prevent corrosion using a UV activated photocatalyst ink. The dirty surface can then simply be washed away with water. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
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