Letters from our readers – Page 6

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    2011-12-22T11:16:34Z

    Why is Chemistry World so shy about showing the language of chemistry on its pages?

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    2011-11-29T08:39:05Z

    Metals and metalloid elements

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    2011-10-28T08:59:17Z

    BBC Horizon programme

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    2011-09-29T14:43:59Z

    The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has announced worrying new policies

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    2011-08-30T09:49:30Z

    A poem about syphilis

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    2011-07-29T08:52:35Z

    John Mann's informative and entertaining article

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    2011-06-30T11:49:34Z

    Many models of chemical bonding have been proposed over the past century

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    2011-05-31T13:07:29Z

    In reference to your recent editorial May 2011

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    2011-04-28T09:59:10Z

    There are many ways of discovering truth

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    2011-03-30T10:23:00Z

    With regard to your piece on 60 years of innovation

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    2011-02-24T11:48:12Z

    Sparks of illumination

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    2011-01-31T11:43:46Z

    Climate change problem increasing by the day

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    2011-01-05T11:50:11Z

    I was delighted to see the glass industry under examination in The last retort

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    2010-11-30T08:37:59Z

    Harry Kroto's account of graphite losing its lubricating properties in a vacuum

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    2010-10-28T13:07:47Z

    Clifford Jones proposes that the world's trees, taken collectively, absorb large amounts of atmospheric CO2

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    2010-09-28T12:07:27Z

    Caroline Toland's reply to the career-change question posed by an academic is perfectly sound advice

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    2010-08-27T14:41:33Z

    It was interesting to read Matt Brown's article on the liaison between Tamil Nadu Agricultural University and Cornell

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    2010-07-30T09:16:01Z

    I was interested to read Philip Ball's piece on the automated future of chemical crystallography

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    2010-06-25T12:15:42Z

    I am disappointed that the BBC did not find a chemist to present Chemistry: a volatile history

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    2010-05-27T10:51:12Z

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel received the Royal Society's King Charles II medal