Periodic Graphics: The chemistry of slime

Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning wrings all the molecular details out of the popular goo

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Electronic Materials

Topological materials move from the world of theoretical physics to experimental chemistry

These exotic materials could find applications in electronics, catalysis, and quantum computing

2-step synthesis yields large 2-D COF crystals

Separating crystal nucleation and growth processes is key to controlling crystal dimensions

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Some Chinese power plants may underreport sulfur dioxide emissions

Data from air pollution monitors don’t jibe with satellite measurements

Polymer strips off-taste from wine

Magnetic property enables easy separation of sorption medium