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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
June 26, 2012
Charlie Quigg
For clean water, just add sunlight Researchers from Japan have developed a photocatalytic reactor for a water purifier that does not require batteries. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 21, 2012
Holly Sheahan
Smart windows store sun's energy Scientists in China have developed a smart window that not only heats and cools a building, but can also act as an energy storage device to power electrical equipment within the building. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 21, 2012
Simon Hadlington
'Atomic traffic jam' sheds light on phase changes The prospect of a new generation of electronic computer memory devices based on metallic alloys that can switch between crystalline and amorphous phases has moved a step closer with two new pieces of research. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 17, 2012
Harriet Brewerton
Back to carbon black Scientists in Singapore have discovered the potential of a readily available material that could be used to replace expensive graphene analogues in a wide range of electrochemical processes. mark for My Articles 134 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 14, 2012
Russell Johnson
Surfactant driven propulsion A small autonomous boat powered by a volatile surfactant has been developed by scientists in Finland and Israel. The surfactant modifies the surface tension of the liquid it floats on to create a surface tension gradient that propels the boat forward. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 2, 2012
Derry Jones
A Charismatic Genius Pierre-Gilles de Gennes: A Life in Science by Laurence Plevert, describes the scientist who won a Nobel Prize for theoretical physics, but he also made advances in physical chemistry. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 12, 2012
Erica Mills
Lighting the way to explosive detection A mesoporous material functionalized with aggregation-induced emission luminogens serves as an efficient and recyclable fluorescent sensor to detect picric acid in water. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 10, 2012
Jon Cartwright
Electrode dip to freshen up saltwater Producing freshwater from brackish water could be cheaper and easier than previously thought, according to researchers who have developed a new technique for desalination. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 7, 2012
UK nuclear fuel site faces 2018 closure The Thermal Oxide Reprocessing Plant at Sellafield in the UK will close in 2018, according to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 7, 2012
Yuandi Li
'Litmus paper' for food spoilage Scientists in the US have developed a cheap fluorescent sensor for food spoilage that could be as easy to use as litmus paper. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
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