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Noteworthy: Single-Site Catalysis Hypothesis Challenged

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

08 April 2020 — Oxidative dehydrogenation of propane does not proceed over an isolated boron site

Single-Site Catalysis Hypothesis Challenged

Clever Picture: COVID-19 Specific Testing

Author: Vera KoesterORCID iD

07 April 2020 — Picture describes how coronavirus testing work

COVID-19 Specific Testing

Interview: Career: As A Chemist at a Computational Software Company

Author: Fedor Goumans, Gian Giacomo Asara, Vera Koester

07 April 2020 — Dr. Fedor Goumans, Chief Customer Officer, talks about his drive for customer satisfaction and emphasis on advancing technology

Career: As A Chemist at a Computational Software Company

Research Highlight: Artificial Caffeine Receptors

Author: David BradleyORCID iD

07 April 2020 — Effective recognition of caffeine by diaminocarbazolic receptors

Artificial Caffeine Receptors

Spotlight: Experiences of Two Researchers in the COVID-19 Crisis

Author: Vera KoesterORCID iD

07 April 2020 — Gianluca Giorgi, Italy, and Stefanie Dehnen, Germany, give personal insights into this challenging situation

Experiences of Two Researchers in the COVID-19 Crisis

Research Highlight: Automated Organic Synthesis Goes Radial

Author: Roswitha HarrerORCID iD

07 April 2020 — Automated synthesis of small molecules based on a series of continuous-flow modules radially arranged around a central switching station

Automated Organic Synthesis Goes Radial

Quiz/Game: 100th Guess the Chemist

Author: ChemistryViews.org

07 April 2020 — Could you have guessed all the famous scientists? A look back on 100 "Guess the Chemist" quizzes

100th Guess the Chemist

Quiz/Game: Guess the Chemist (100)

Author: ChemistryViews.org

07 April 2020 — Can you guess the famous scientist from the description?

Guess the Chemist (100)

Focus: The Smell of Asparagus Urine – Part 2

Author: Sabine Streller, Klaus Roth

07 April 2020 — Why does asparagus produce odorous compounds?

The Smell of Asparagus Urine – Part 2

Noteworthy: Distorted Nanographene Ribbons

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

06 April 2020 — Inclusion of a seven-membered ring in nanographene ribbons can lead to enhanced two‐photon absorption

Distorted Nanographene Ribbons
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