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Focus: The Oktoberfest Rearrangement: Part 2

Author: Klaus Roth

01 October 2013 — As hops themselves actually are not bitter, and the wort tastes quite sweet, where does beer get its bitter taste from?

The Oktoberfest Rearrangement: Part 2

Focus: The Oktoberfest Rearrangement

Author: Klaus Roth

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

The Oktoberfest Rearrangement

Focus: From Pharmacy to the Pub — A Bark Conquers the World: Part 4

Author: Klaus Roth and Sabine Streller

06 August 2013 — What does quinine do to counteract malaria?

From Pharmacy to the Pub — A Bark Conquers the World: Part 4

Focus: From Pharmacy to the Pub — A Bark Conquers the World: Part 3

Author: Klaus Roth and Sabine Streller

02 July 2013 — The long road from the structure determination to the total synthesis of quinine is an exciting detective story

From Pharmacy to the Pub — A Bark Conquers the World: Part 3

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

Author: Klaus Roth and Sabine Streller

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

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

Focus: Our Daily Bread — Part 3

Author: Klaus Roth

02 April 2013 — Exploring the chemical reactions during the baking of the bread and the skills trained and experienced bakers need

Our Daily Bread — Part 3

Focus: Our Daily Bread — Part 2

Author: Klaus Roth

05 March 2013 — Fragrant, aromatic bread, whether its wheat- or rye-based, undergoes a host of chemical reactions during the kneading of the dough

Our Daily Bread — Part 2

Focus: Our Daily Bread — Part 1

Author: Klaus Roth

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

Our Daily Bread — Part 1

Focus: A Chemical Examination of the Isenheim Altar: Role Played in History by Horned Rye (3)

Author: Klaus Roth and Sabine Streller

08 January 2013 — The isolation and structural determination of the potent ergot alkaloids guarantees we can enjoy our daily bread without harm

A Chemical Examination of the Isenheim Altar: Role Played in History by Horned Rye (3)

Focus: A Chemical Examination of the Isenheim Altar: Role Played in History by Horned Rye (2)

Author: Klaus Roth and Sabine Streller

04 December 2012 — What is an ergot-infested grain kernel? Part 2 looks at the life-cycle of the fungus, how it contributed to the Salem witch trials, and a self test

A Chemical Examination of the Isenheim Altar: Role Played in History by Horned Rye (2)
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