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Simple Antimonene Synthesis

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08 December 2016 – Group 15 graphene analogue synthesized by epitaxy growth

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Brexit Factsheet

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08 December 2016 – European University Association (EUA)’s factsheet visualizes the role of the UK in the European Research Area

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Wrinkled Metal Oxides

Author: Georg R. Meseck

07 December 2016 – A method to transfer the hierarchical structure of wrinkled graphene oxide onto catalytically active oxides

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Elements 113, 115, 117, and 118 Named

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01 December 2016 – Elements 113, 115, 117, and 118 formally named nihonium (Nh), moscovium (Mc), tennessine (Ts), and oganesson (Og)

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Searching for Christmas Presents?

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01 December 2016 – Editors recommend science-themed holiday gift ideas

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Major Chemistry Publishers Require ORCID IDs for Authors

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28 November 2016 – Major publishers have committed to requiring ORCID iDs in the publishing process for their journals

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MOFs Detect Alkanes

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14 November 2016 – Colorimetric change of metal-organic framework in presence of alkanes

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Metalating a Covalent Organic Framework

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13 November 2016 – Nickel incorporated into 3D COF for the first time

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Ultralight Porous Carbon Nanotube Sponges

Author: Georg R. Meseck

08 November 2016 – Simple binder-free self-assembly process yields carbon nanotube sponges with hierarchical porous structure

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Printing a Laser

Author: Georg R. Meseck

01 November 2016 – Printed patterns of monodisperse colloidal polymer particles provide an effortless way to generate laser geometries

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