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June 29, 2015

Greening Up The Aromatic Finkelstein

Organic Synthesis: Light-driven iodine exchange provides a more straightforward option for preparing versatile iodide reagents

June 11, 2015

Molecular Shuttle Could Help Drugs Find A Way Into The Brain

Drug Delivery: A peptide with the right stereochemistry could be a tool to carry drugs across the blood-brain barrier

June 8, 2015

Caged Rhodium Makes A Better Catalyst

Catalysis: By encapsulating rhodium nanoparticles in an organic cage, chemists transform a heterogeneous catalyst into a homogenous one

June 1, 2015

Tetrafluoroethylene Is Good For More Than Just Teflon

Fluorine Chemistry: Two groups report new approaches for using the fluorinated olefin as a reagent in organic synthesis

May 28, 2015

Chemistry Papers Rank High Among Once-Obscure Studies That Recently Racked Up Citations

Research: So-called sleeping beauties are more common than previously thought

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