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How tiny gold particles aid the production of plastic components.
Sulfate aerosols cool climate less than assumed
Life span of cloud-forming sulfate particles in the air is shorter than assumed due to a sulfur dioxide oxidation pathway which has been neglected in climate models so far.
First Ionization Potential of Astatine
Scientists uncover the fundamental property of astatine, the rarest atom on Earth.
Elaborate nanostructures blossom from a chemical reaction perfected at Harvard.
Nano-forest for Solar Water-splitting
Berkeley Lab researchers report first fully integrated artificial photosynthesis nanosystem.
Add Boron for Better Batteries
Rice University theorists say graphene-boron mix shows promise for lithium-ion batteries.
Direct Imaging of Covalent Bond Structure
Atom by atom, bond by bond, a chemical reaction caught in the act - Berkeley Lab scientists make the first-ever high-resolution images of a molecule as it breaks and reforms chemical bonds.
Catalytic tandem reaction for the conversion of lignin and bio-oil by hydroxylation of phenols to form arenes.
Rice University theorists calculate atom-thick carbyne chains may be strongest material ever.
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