All articles by Klaus Roth published by ChemViews magazine:


Espresso – A Three-Step Preparation

13 May 2010 — Klaus Roth proves that no culinary masterpiece can be achieved without a basic knowledge of chemistry
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201000003

Espresso – A Three-Step Preparation

Chocolate - The Noblest Polymorphism

29 July 2010 — Chocolate is a cultural asset of mankind. Klaus Roth proves, once again, only chemistry is able to produce such a celestial pleasure
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201000021

Chocolate - The Noblest Polymorphism I

Sparkling Wine, Champagne & Co

08 December 2010 — Looking a bit deeper into the glass we discover that there is a great deal of chemistry involved ... only chemistry can be this tingling
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201000047

Sparkling Wine, Champagne & Co – Part 1

Chemistry of a Hangover — Alcohol and its Consequences

03 May 2011 — How can a tiny molecule like ethanol be at the root of so much human misery?
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201000074v

Chemistry of a Hangover — Alcohol and its Consequences

The Chemist’s Fear of the Fugu

01 August 2011 — The chemist’s fear of the fugu or pufferfish extends as far as the distinctive and intriguing poison it carries
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201000104

The Chemist’s Fear of the Fugu

Chemistry of the Christmas Candle

02 November 2011 — When we light a candle, the chemistry we are pursuing is not only especially beautiful, but also especially complex
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201000133

Chemistry of the Christmas Candle — Part 1

Pesto — Mediterranean Biochemistry

03 January 2012 — Klaus Roth uncovers the nature of this culinary-chemical marvel, and thereby comes to enjoy it all the more
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201200001

Pesto — Mediterranean Biochemistry

Boiled Eggs: Soft and Hard

06 March 2012 — When we rap a knife on the shell of a freshly boiled egg we are seldom aware of what a technical marvel we are dealing with
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201200018

Boiled Eggs: Soft and Hard — Part 1

Chemical Secrets of the Violin Virtuosi

05 June 2012 — What made Stradivari's violins so special? Klaus Roth looks at the important role of chemistry in Stradivari's workshop and instruments
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201200076

Chemical Secrets of the Violin Virtuosi — Part 1

Chemical Production in Compliance with Torah and the Koran

04 September 2012 — Unusual interface between chemistry and religion, drawing upon examples from Islamic and Judaic law
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201200088

Chemical Production in Compliance with Torah and the Koran: Part 1

A Chemical Examination of the Isenheim Altar: Role Played in History by Horned Rye

06 November 2012 — The Isenheim Altar depicts the symptoms and treatment of “St. Anthony’s Fire”, the result of poisoning by ergot alkaloids
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201200134

A Chemical Examination of the Isenheim Altar: Role Played in History by Horned Rye (1)

Our Daily Bread

05 February 2013 — Transformation of ripe ears of grain into a fragrant, aromatic bread borders on the miraculous and behind such a miracle lies chemistry
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201300016

Our Daily Bread — Part 1

From Pharmacy to the Pub — A Bark Conquers the World

07 May 2013 — The quinine-containing bark of the Cinchona tree is probably the most valuable drug the Americas gave the world

DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201300056

From Pharmacy to the Pub — A Bark Conquers the World: Part 1

The Oktoberfest Rearrangement

03 September 2013 — A closer look at the chemical role hops play in the beer-brewing process shows how beer owes its marvelous flavor to a great deal of chemistry

DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201300098

The Oktoberfest Rearrangement

07 January 2014 — It took hundred of years and a long sequence of small advantages and missed opportunities to discover the importance of vitamin C

Vitamin C Deficiency



 

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