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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
August 21, 2015
Harriet Brewerton
Paper device tracks fracking pollution Scientists in the US have developed a simple paper-based sensor for detecting bromide ions in water. The device could be used to check if fracking fluids have seeped into water supplies. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 19, 2015
Matthew Gunther
Color-changing polymer tackles concussion diagnosis head on Diagnosing concussion is a difficult task, but scientists in the US have designed a tool that can highlight a potential injury with a polymer-based patch that changes color depending on the level of impact. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 17, 2015
David Bradley
Processed perovskite has superior stability A new perovskite solar cell with 16% efficiency has been developed by researchers from Switzerland and China. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 14, 2015
Matthew Gunther
CERN takes aim at proton and antiproton A Penning trap was used to determine that charge-to-mass ratio difference between a proton and antiproton mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 11, 2015
James Urquhart
Sweetening imaging of disease processes US researchers have imaged cell-surface glycans -- sugars bonded to proteins or lipids -- throughout the internal tissues of live zebrafish for the first time. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 10, 2015
Kira Welter
Peptide glue may have held first protocell components together Electrostatic interactions induced by short, positively charged, hydrophobic peptides are all it takes to attach RNA to vesicle membranes. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 7, 2015
Suzanne Howson
Simple probe for heparin quality control Scientists in China have developed a fluorescent probe to detect both heparin and its major contaminant. The sensor could make it easier to monitor the quality of heparin supplies. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 6, 2015
Matthew Gunther
Buckyballs prove to be a magnetic proposition for copper Scientists from the UK, US and Switzerland has now discovered copper and manganese do show magnetism at room temperature if they are layered with buckminsterfullerene. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 5, 2015
Simon Hadlington
New two-dimensional tin material created Two-dimensional tin has been predicted to exhibit a range of unusual electronic phenomena, such as topological insulation. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 3, 2015
Ida Emilie Steinmark
Phosphorescent 'butterfly' molecules' glow tuned Molecular 'butterflies' that flutter their wings under light can be tuned to glow red or blue, or both. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
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