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October 3, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 40
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October 3, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 40
Advanced organic and inorganic materials being developed for separations offer cost benefits for environmental and energy-related processes
By Michael Freemantle
(pp. 49-57)
Features
Business
Storm exacerbates energy, raw material woes, but damage not as bad as Katrina's (p.9)
Science & Technology
Progress reported in making new materials from renewable feedstocks such as soybean oils (pp. 36-39)
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Board approves major new funding for chemistry.org, other society projects
(pp. 62-63)
Multimedia and haiku celebration of the elements premiers in Washington, D.C.
(pp. 60-61)

Science & Technology

Advanced organic and inorganic materials being developed for separations offer cost benefits for environmental and energy-related processes
(pp. 49-57)
Progress reported in making new materials from renewable feedstocks such as soybean oils
(pp. 36-39)
Symposium honors outstanding young inorganic chemists as they get set to launch their careers
(pp. 40-42)
Advances in far-infrared probe methods drive applications in spectroscopy and imaging
(pp. 43-45)
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(pp. 46-47)

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