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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
June 6, 2012
Catherine Pridmore
Challenging the consensus on nanotube electrochemistry UK scientists have shown that the sidewalls and closed ends of carbon nanotubes can support fast electron transfer, challenging the belief that they are electrochemically inert. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 5, 2012
Simon Perks
Chiral separation with micro-flows How do you separate enantiomers without any kind of chiral recognition between molecules? The answer it seems is to use asymmetric flow in a micro-fluidic channel. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 1, 2012
Emma Shiells
Electronic skin for health and security checks Scientists in the US have developed an electrochemical sensor incorporated into a temporary transfer tattoo to be used as a device to warn the wearer of any health or security threats. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
June 2012
Michael Brooks
Quantum Cash and the End of Counterfeiting Physicists say they can make money that can't be copied -- at least in theory mark for My Articles 168 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
June 2012
Mark Anderson
Smart Bullets The "Mini-Me" of smart-bomb technology is ready to leave the lab. A team of engineers at Sandia National Laboratories, in Albuquerque, is completing a testable prototype of the world's first laser-guided bullet. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 31, 2012
Phillip Broadwith
Dyeing for a place in the sun It is clear that dye-sensitized solar cells are beginning to find their feet alongside their silicon cousins. The next few years will be exciting for both academic and industrial players mark for My Articles 194 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 1, 2012
Andy Extance
Raising a glass to champagne Gerard Liger-Belair found that no one had explored the physics of bubbles and foam in champagne and sparkling wine before. Now, 15 years later, his research has made him leader of the 'bubble team' in a laboratory of oenology -- or wine research. mark for My Articles 83 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 28, 2012
Graphite super lube works at micron scale Scientists in China and Australia have used graphite to reduce the friction between two contact surfaces to an all time low. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 11, 2012
Andy Benniston
Identifying unknowns As a person who has taught undergraduate students the basics of how to identify unknown organic compounds using spectra I looked forward to reading Interpretation of Organic Spectra by Yong-Cheng Ning. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 23, 2012
Josh Howgego
Solar cell performs solidly A new breed of dye-sensitized solar cell has been created in which the traditional liquid electrolyte is replaced with an electron-hole conducting inorganic material. mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
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