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July 12, 2004 Issue

Volume 82, Issue 28
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July 12, 2004 Issue, Vol. 82 | Iss. 28
Presidential awards honor cleaner, cheaper, and smarter chemistry that delivers novel products and processes to prevent pollution
By STEPHEN K. RITTER, C&EN WASHINGTON
(pp. 25-30)
Features
Science & Technology
Copper-catalyzed reaction offers easy, efficient route to globular molecules 
Science & Technology
High-end MS sequencing method is adapted for more affordable benchtop mass spectrometers (pp. 22-23)
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HIGH-YIELD PATH TO DENDRIMERS

Copper-catalyzed reaction offers easy, efficient route to globular molecules
(p.5)

APOLLO TO BUY BORDEN

KKR to sell resins maker to another equity firm
(p.6)

JOB RECOVERY FAR FROM COMPLETE

Prolonged dip continues as unemployment among college grads grows
(p.6)

LIPID-LOVING TOXINS

Spider venom peptides interact with ion channels in unconventional way
(p.7)

SMOKE SIGNALS

Butenolide in smoke found to be key promoter of seed germination
(p.9)

TOTAL SYNTHESES OF DICTYOSTATIN

Two methods, devised independently, could speed anticancer activity testing
(p.9)
 

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ACS News

Petitions could expand membership requirements to include precollege chemistry teachers, change division annual report deadlines, and affect society elections
(pp. 33-35)
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Science & Technology

Presidential awards honor cleaner, cheaper, and smarter chemistry that delivers novel products and processes to prevent pollution
(pp. 25-30)
High-end MS sequencing method is adapted for more affordable benchtop mass spectrometers
(pp. 22-23)
'DNA display' offers new option for preparing, screening large libraries of organic compounds
(p.23)
Computational design and directed evolution convert receptor protein into enzyme
(p.24)

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