"Gone is gone. There are no alternatives." - Interview with Koop Lammertsma, VU University, the Netherlands.
"It puzzles me why some chemists do not see chemistry as the big science." - Interview with Ben Daivis, University of Oxford, UK
Reaction pathway between sodium atoms and oxygen molecules on solid surfaces probed by EPR spectroscopy.
Using carbon nanotubes as a battery’s electrode gives a tenfold increase in power by weight, compared to lithium-ion batteries.
Water exists in 15 distinct phases, now research shows that at 180 K ice and liquid can coexist after water crystallizes.
The EU will add EUR 40 million to its contribution to the international Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) program.
Quantum dots employed to increase solar cell efficiency from the current limit of 30 % to more than 60 %.
Overview on the current issue of the Angewandte Chemie International Edition.
George Whitesides describes how dots of salt can be used to transmit information for times electronics or batteries fail.
Design strategy with side-chain incompatibility provides promise for the realization of much greater photoconducting output.