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  1. Nanosizing: a formulation approach for poorly-water-soluble compounds
  2. Simple Measurement of Alcohol Content with an Infrared Camera
  3. Nature Does It Best! – Engineering New Catalysts Using Evolution
  4. Less is more – learning chemistry with machine learning 
  5. Rechargeable Battery Breakthrough!
  6. Duality of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles in Cancer Therapy
  7. Patterning World Flags and More with DNA
  8. How a method is recognised as a method? – an example by a honey story
  9. Plasmonic photothermal therapy (PPTT) using gold nanoparticles
  10. Health Assessment in Your Home via Disposable Breath Analysis Sensors
  11. Get to know about molecules without chemicals!
  12. Listen and Grow! – The Story Behind Growing Polymers with Sound
  13. Imaging Oil Reservoirs Using Ultra-stable Iron Oxide Nanoparticles as Contrasting Agents
  14. Electrochemical Capture and Release of Carbon Dioxide
  15. The Era Beyond Fluorescence and Phosphorescence – Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence
  16. A Simple Approach for Developing Inexpensive and Sustainable Metal Catalysts
  17. Future of Cancer Therapy: Advanced Functional Nanomaterials to Image and Deliver Drugs into Tumors
  18. Quantifying the Effects of Individual Nanoparticles
  19. Continuing the pesticide analysis journey: peeking into different LC-MS instrumentation
  20. Using Biology to Harness the Power of Fluorine Chemistry
  21. How much pesticides are in your food? – Sample preparation in a nutshell
  22. Stacks on stacks on stacks
  23. “Chemical-free”
  24. Can adding calcium help forests?
  25. Questions are raised about “unclick” reaction
  26. A Simple Organometallic Fluoride Sensor
  27. Ambient-Temperature Isolation of a Compound with a Boron-Boron Triple Bond
  28. Electrocatalytically Active Graphene–Porphyrin MOF Composite for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
  29. Quantum coherence and energy transfer in light-harvesting complexes
  30. Harry: Do you know my blood type?……………….. Riddle’s Diary: Yes
  31. Prettier than dyed eggs?
  32. Staying Soluble with Transitioning Polypeptides
  33. CO2 Reduction on Tin Electrodes and Enhanced Activity for Tin/Tin Oxide Thin-Film Catalysts
  34. Online Resources for Doing Organic Chemistry
  35. Metabolic Labeling of Bacterial Membranes
  36. The Computer Chemist
  37. Copper (I) Hydroxide–Cuprice
  38. A New Look at Old Chemistry
  39. A Useful Tool for any Chemistry Student – Chemical Spell-Check Dictionary
  40. Solid-State Solvatochromism
  41. Controlling Nanoscale Architecture – Stepping Towards Synthetic Light Harvesting Complexes
  42. Using photochemistry to attach and release biomolecules in hydrogels
  43. Synthesis and Characterization of the Phosphorus Triazides OP(N3)3 and SP(N3)3
  44. The ChemCam Instrument Suite on the Mars Science Laboratory Rover Curiosity: Remote Sensing by Laser-Induced Plasmas
  45. Thanksgiving chemistry- cranberries and your blood
  46. Shrinky-Dink Science
  47. Continuous in situ generation and reaction of phosgene in a microflow system
  48. Stack Exchange Strategies for the Synthesis of Covalent Double-Channel Photosystems by Self-Organizing Surface-Initiated Polymerization
  49. Molecular-scale versions of diodes invert “normal” diode behavior
  50. Sensing Potassium
  51. Belt-Shaped π-Systems: Relating Geometry to Electronic Structure in a Six-Porphyrin Nanoring
  52. Tiny stamps make patterns with different energy levels for LEDs
  53. Using Computers for Rational Asymmetric Catalyst Design
  54. Electrochemical Mechanism of Ion–Ionophore Recognition at Plasticized Polymer Membrane/Water Interfaces
  55. Chemistry on Mars: Making Perchlorates
  56. Shechtman’s quasicrystals win this year’s nobel prize
  57. Light-Harvesting Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Efficient Strut-to-Strut Energy Transfer in Bodipy and Porphyrin-Based MOFs
  58. My Favorite Reaction – Azide Alkyne Huisgen Cycloaddition
  59. Hybrid Photocatalyst for Hydrogen Production
  60. Toward Functional Ni-SOD Biomimetics: Achieving a Structural/Electronic Correlation with Redox Dynamics
  61. Surface science and electrical properties from a nice, short “reporter” molecule on the surface of a nanocrystal
  62. A Protein-Based Approach for DNA Damage Sensing
  63. What chirality can do for your hydrogel
  64. A New Way to Make Polymers Click
  65. Enhanced Fisher-Tropsch Chemistry Inside Carbon Nanotubes Containing Iron Nitride Nanoparticles
  66. New Hydrogels from Peptide Sequences Found in Nature
  67. Electrochemical Water Oxidation with Cobalt-Based Electrocatalysts from pH 0–14: The Thermodynamic Basis for Catalyst Structure, Stability and Activity
  68. Formate Oxidation on a Ni Electrocatalyst
  69. Intrinsic Proton-Donating Power of Zinc-Bound Water in a Carbonic Anhydrase Active Site Model Estimated by NMR
  70. Putting the Heat on Hydrogels
  71. Synthetic manganese–calcium oxides mimic the water-oxidizing complex of photosynthesis functionally and structurally
  72. Demetalation of a Single Organometallic Complex
  73. Dinitrogen Complexes of Sulfur-Ligated Iron
  74. Ethane to Ethylene
  75. Design principles for oxygen-reduction activity on perovskite oxide catalysts for fuel cells and metal–air batteries
  76. CO reduction using Hydrogen and a Uranium complex
  77. Drug Delivery via Hydrogels
  78. Al catalyst for synthesis of biodegradable polymers
  79. Stretchable Magnetoelectronics
  80. Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer from Tryptophan: A concerted Mechanism with Water as Proton Acceptor
  81. The Crystal Structure of Photosystem II
  82. Gold Nanorods for Therapeutics
  83. New Conjugated Polymers for Organic Solar Cells
  84. Controlled Growth of Gold Nanoparticles
  85. Women and Named Reactions
  86. Changing Color with the Application of Charge
  87. Synthesis of Cadmium Arsenide Quantum Dots Luminescent in the Infrared
  88. Organic-Inorganic Composite Nanomaterials
  89. DNA charge transport over 34 nm
  90. Iron Catalyzed C-H Activation
  91. Enantioselective α-Arylation of Aldehydes via the Productive Merger of Iodonium Salts and Organocatalysis
  92. Aptamer probes for in vivo cancer imaging
  93. New Organic Dye for Solar Cells
  94. Electrical Characterization of Si Microwires and of Si Microwire/Conducting Polymer Composite Junctions
  95. Chlorination of Dodecaborate Under Mild Conditions and Sebsequent Catalytic Hydrodefluorination
  96. Graphite nanofibers as support for fuel cell catalyst
  97. Attaching small molecules to the Staphylococcus aureus cell wall
  98. A synthesis of strychnine by a longest linear sequence of six steps
  99. Distinguishing Between Pathways for Transmetalation in Suzuki-Miyaura Reactions
  100. Activating efficient phosphorescence from purely organic materials by crystal design
  101. Trinuclear Copper Complex
  102. Cu(II) coordination in Proteins
  103. MRI agent for imaging myelin
  104. DNA film with light switching capabilities
  105. Anti-cancer nanomaterials

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