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Immerse Yourself in Chemistry

Author: Jenna Pope

25 July 2016 – New virtual reality program as an intuitive way to study chemistry

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Better Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries

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24 July 2016 – Bare cobalt oxide porous nanostructures have high capacities

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Anti-Aging Secret

Author: Marek Czykanski

23 July 2016 – A substance found in pomegranate fruit proved an effective anti-aging agent

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Silicone Keeps Laundry Soft and Fresh

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22 July 2016 – A silicone derivative of Evonik keeps laundry softer and enhances its fresh smell even two weeks after washing

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Improved Catalyst for Hydrogen Production

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21 July 2016 – Engineering water dissociation sites by doping molybdenum disulfide

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Seaweed Instead of Salt

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20 July 2016 – Can algae be processed industrially as a salt substitute?

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Monsanto Still Unhappy With Bayer's Proposal

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19 July 2016 – Monsanto views Bayer’s revised proposal as financially inadequate and insufficient to ensure deal certainty

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Bayer Increases Monsanto Offer

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19 July 2016 – Bayer increases Monsanto offer and provides certainty on financing and regulatory matters

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Semiconductors Go Wavy in the Cold

Author: Nancy McGuire

19 July 2016 – Two new intermetallic n-type semiconductors adopt modulated structures at low temperatures

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A Gap Between Band Gap Values

Author: Nancy McGuire

18 July 2016 – An actinide compound reveals an unexpected limitation of density functional theory (DFT)

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