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First Ternary Sodium Phosphidotantalate

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07 December 2020 – New compound prepared via ball milling of the elements

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Asymmetric Total Synthesis of Clinprost

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06 December 2020 – Efficient, pot-economical preparation of anti-clotting and hypertension drug analogue

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Alkaloid Derivatives Prevent Bacterial Plant Diseases

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05 December 2020 – 1,2,3,4-Tetrahydro-β-carboline-based compounds protect rice, kiwi, and citrus fruits

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New Protecting Groups for the Cysteine Side Chain

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04 December 2020 – Easy-to-remove groups based on secondary thiols with a β-methyl substituent

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NbTe3, VTe3, and TiTe3 Stabilized in Nanotubes

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03 December 2020 – Nanoconfined growth used to make transition-metal trichalcogenides that are not stable in the bulk

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New Sulfinylamine Reagent

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02 December 2020 – Convenient synthesis of primary sulfonamides

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Searching for Christmas Presents?

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01 December 2020 – Editors recommend science-themed holiday gift ideas

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First Total Synthesis of (−)-TAN-2483B

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30 November 2020 – Bioactive fungal metabolite prepared in 14 steps

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Green Method for Oxidative Deamination

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29 November 2020 – New reaction protocol uses water as the oxidant

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Climate Change Could Raise Disease Risks in Wild Animals

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28 November 2020 – Animals from cool climates have higher infection risks at abnormally warm temperatures, and vice versa

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