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Greener catalyst production could follow the development of unusually stable compounds containing uranium or early transition metals locked in a pincer-like grip
Researchers have evidence that synthetic compounds stop bacteria attaching themselves so effectively to host cells.
A simple chemical alteration can make a molecule that normally forms gels in organic solvents switch to making gels in water.
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