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March 14, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 11
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March 14, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 11
Nobel Laureate George A. Olah has spent nearly six decades in the service of chemistry
By Mitch Jacoby, C&EN Chicago
(pp. 37-40)
Features
Business
Combined firm will be third largest U.S. specialty chemical company  
Science & Technology
Solution-phase synthesizer with extraordinary level of automation draws mixed reviews (pp. 34-35)
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(p.9)

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(p.10)

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(p.10)

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Products are made in plant with history of manufacturing violations
(p.11)

Finding Anthrax In The Field

Sensitive, portable Raman method detects deadly biological agent quickly
(p.12)

Johnson Tapped To Lead EPA

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(p.12)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

Power generators are split over how emission allowances should get divvied up
(pp. 30-31)
Fracas over place of women in science distracts from real issues facing all intellectual activities
(p.32)

Science & Technology

Nobel Laureate George A. Olah has spent nearly six decades in the service of chemistry
(pp. 37-40)
TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS NEWS FOR THE LABORATORY WORLD
(p.36)
Solution-phase synthesizer with extraordinary level of automation draws mixed reviews
(pp. 34-35)

Career & Employment

Laboratories model the diversity that many seek in an increasingly global chemistry community

Editor's Page

Letters

Letters(pp. 6-7)