Chemists Tie Tightest Knot Ever!

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Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known – a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials.

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Optimization of a Vacuum Ultraviolet Photoionization source for GC used with a High Resolution TOFMS

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-Tune solution allows optimization of ion source parameters for
both proton transfer and direct ionization
-Independent ionization processes exist for M+ and MH+
-Optimizing for dopant signal intensity yields inferior results
-Degree of fragmentation remains relatively constant over a
range of source conditions

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Electrochemical HPLC Detection of Sugars in Foods and Beverages

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Ade Kujore talks about electrochemical HPLC analysis in food analysis.

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The Rise of Salivary Diagnostics

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An interview with Dr. David Wong, Felix & Mildred Yip Professor and Director of the Center for Oral/Head & Neck Oncology Research at University of California Los Angeles.

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RF-6000 Spectrofluorophotometer

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Delivering high speed, stability and sensitivity, and incorporating intuitive LabSolutions RF software, Shimadzu’s RF-6000 Spectrofluorophotometer offers the ultimate performance for challenging applications in such markets as chemicals, environmental, pharmaceutical, foods, and life sciences.

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Using Nanotechnology To Analyse Catalysis

Using Nanotechnology To Analyse Catalysis

Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen and the ETH, Zurich, have combined to clarify the hydrogen spillover effect.

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Researchers Show How Solvents Affect Skin With NMR

Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have developed a method that makes it possible to see how individual molecules from solvents in skin creams, medicated ointments and cleaning products affect and interact with the skin’s own molecules.

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New Method to Analyze the Scattering of Electrons in Nanocrystals

Scientists from the Institute of Physics of the CAS have developed a new method to analyze the scattering of electrons in nanocrystals.

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Smartphone Microscope Developed

The microscope can image and analyze DNA sequences and genetic mutations without having to first extract DNA from samples, making use in remote locations possible.

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