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Colorimetric Nanozyme Sensors for Detecting Pesticides

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18 May 2020 – Sensor arrays based on heteroatom-doped graphene

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Structure of "Spike" Protein in New Coronavirus Determined

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21 February 2020 – Results could help to develop a vaccine and antibody treatments

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Wristband Detects Air Pollution

Author: Sarah Maier

15 February 2020 – Simple evaluation of exposure to nitrogen dioxide and organic air pollutants

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Iridium Complexes for Mercury Detection

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11 February 2020 – Selective reaction with mercury(II) changes phosphorescence and allows detection

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Using Carbon Isotopes to Fight Fraudulent Whisky

Author: Marek Czykanski

22 January 2020 – New method reveals that many Whiskies are younger than claimed

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Metal–Organic Framework Detects Antibiotics

Author: Verena Langowski

22 January 2020 – Luminescent sensor for two different antibiotics could be used to detect drugs in the environment

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Happy New Year!

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01 January 2020 – The team of ChemistryViews.org wishes you a peaceful, healthy, and successful New Year 2020

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Imaging Hexagonal Boron Nitride with Stimulated Raman Scattering

Author: Liam Critchley

20 December 2019 – Enhanced imaging and thickness measurements

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Sensors Like a Second Skin

Author: Verena Langowski

29 November 2019 – Progress for future soft wearable technology

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Smell of Books Can Be Useful to Preserve Them

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15 November 2019 – Electronic nose detects early signs of paper degradation using the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that books emit

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