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2 September 2015
It’s at the heart of the first chemical equation, and makes Hayley Birch think of quiche. This week’s compound is antimony sulfide
26 August 2015
Why do the Blue Ridged Mountains inspire so many songs? Maybe it’s because of the Isoprene that gives them their blue hue…
19 August 2015
Emilie Steinmark tells us about gluten and gluten intolerance
12 August 2015
Simon Cotton explains the explosive history and the dangers to health of the weight-loss drug, 2,4-dinitrophenol
5 August 2015
Brian Clegg introduces an exotic chemical dynasty: the Vanadium oxides
29 July 2015
Simon Cotton on the compound that turns a shrinking violet into a hero: Adrenaline
22 July 2015
Brian Clegg tells us about a silicone gel, which can sometimes be a bit silly
17 July 2015
Raychelle Burks introduces a red dye with a prickly history.
8 July 2015
If life hands you lemons, make lemonade – or you could make citric acid, a very useful commodity chemical according to Andrew Turley
1 July 2015
Brian Clegg on sodium sulfate, known as ‘the miraculous salt’ because of its strong laxative effects.
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