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October 25, 2017
Who knew polymers have growth spurts?
Who knew polymers have growth spurts?
Researchers get the first detailed look at how catalysts crank out individual polymer chains.
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California is the first state in the U.S. to require labeling of ingredients in cleaning products.
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California is the first state in the U.S. to require labeling of ingredients in cleaning products.
Manufacturers will have to provide information about ingredients on product websites as of 2020, and they will be required to list ingredients on labels starting in 2021.
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Training computers to correlate molecules' structure and properties.
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Training computers to correlate molecules' structure and properties.
A machine-learning approach could allow computers to determine the electronic structure of molecules without having to use the most resource-intensive equations of density functional theory.
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Advice for early-career chemistry professors.
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Advice for early-career chemistry professors.
Bioinorganic chemistry pioneer Harry B. Gray reflects on his early work and offers guidance to a new generation of principal investigators.
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Proteoform profiling: A key to biomarker discovery
Applying an UHRQ-TOF­-based proteoform profiling approach for the detection of Alzheimer's disease candidate biomarkers from samples with limited prefractionation.
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Blow your trick-or-treaters' minds with these spooked-up chemistry demonstrations, and get some last-minute costume ideas that your science-literate friends will laugh at.
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Gilbert Stork dies at 95.
Synthetic organic chemist is remembered for his creativity as well as his character.
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Secrets kept in rocks give clues in the search for past Mars life.
GEOCHEMISTRY
Secrets kept in rocks give clues in the search for past Mars life.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientist Sherry Cady looks to Earth's remote places for the chemical traces of past life in rocks. Read our conversation with Cady about what this could reveal about Martian minerals. Produced in collaboration with ACS Central Science.
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Why do we fall for pumpkin spice every autumn?
WHAT'S THAT STUFF
Why do we fall for pumpkin spice every autumn?
The popular latte and treat seasoning contains no actual pumpkin, but it boasts plenty of food chemistry.
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