July 11, 2005 Issue | Chemical & Engineering News
 
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July 11, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 28
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July 11, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 28
By Business Department
Features
Science & Technology
Study details basis for preparing tough-to-synthesize semiconductors 
Science & Technology
Accelerator mass spectrometry may help identify earlier than ever which drugs are destined to fail (pp. 28-30)
Back Issues
 

News of the Week

Doped Nanocrystals

Study details basis for preparing tough-to-synthesize semiconductors
(p.9)

Chemtura Debuts

Crompton completes purchase of Great Lakes and moves to cut 600 jobs within a year
(p.10)

Plans Pulled

EPA proposal would shield firms' upset plans from public scrutiny
(p.10)

Aromatic Silicon Ring Debuts

Anticipated silicon analog of the cyclopropenylium cation prepared
(p.12)

Celestial Blast

Impact on comet makes crater 'bigger than a house'
(p.12)

Giving Strength To Glass

Sea sponge overcomes inherent weakness with clever construction
(p.12)

Army Halts VX Destruction

Waste by-product of Indiana nerve agent neutralization is flammable
(p.13)
 

Departments

Books

(p.40)
History of blood tells sanguinary tales, but promotes fear about AIDS and transfusions
(pp. 38-39)

Education

Graduate students teach lessons in nanoscience, high-tech microscopes at local high schools
(pp. 36-37)

Science & Technology

TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS NEWS FOR THE LABORATORY WORLD
(p.35)
Accelerator mass spectrometry may help identify earlier than ever which drugs are destined to fail
(pp. 28-30)
In a converted candy factory, the pharmaceutical giant is transforming drug discovery
(pp. 31-32)
New online databases combine structure and binding of protein-ligand complexes
(pp. 33-34)

Editor's Page

(p.3)

Letters

Letters(pp. 6-8)