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Forensic electrochemistry to detect firearms use
On site gunshot residue detection made possible using cyclic voltammetry

Borosulfate breaks through
German chemists have created what they say is the first of a new kind of free borosulfate anion cluster

Cracks break the rules of nanofabrication
Controlled cracks offer a cheaper and easier way to create nano-sized patterns, say researchers in South Korea

Disposable paper electronic touch pads on their way
Cheap paper devices could be used in smart packaging, biomedical devices and many other applications

Keep stirring that Suzuki
Reactor shape can influence the behaviour of organotrifluoroborate compounds in Suzuki cross-coupling reactions, say chemists in the UK

Pharma firms see mixed fortunes in Québec
Canada’s pharmaceutical and life sciences hub hit by cutbacks as effects of global slowdown continue to be felt

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