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17 August 2017
John Goodenough on war, peace and the power of optimism
12 August 2017
Spectroscopic technique illuminates blueing process in a 16th century gauntlet
10 August 2017
Indian yellow is a pigment often used to spot fake art. But what if the reference standard was wrong?
How two German chemists shaped chemistry education and research in Britain
The strange items - and legends - colleagues leave behind
7 August 2017
If you’re thinking of making a monster from dead body parts then this week’s book club podcast is for you
2 August 2017
How detonators transformed modern life
1 August 2017
Download the puzzles from the August print issue of Chemistry World
Measuring viscosity is a sticky subject
30 July 2017
‘I don’t follow recipes, I’m not an organic chemist!’
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