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September 6, 2010 Cover
Volume 88, Issue 36
ACS meeting news: process chemists master the task of scaled-up pharmaceutical synthesis
Looking back 150 years at the conference that led to the assembly of the periodic table
ACS Meeting News: To ensure their survival, pathogenic bacteria turn to manganese, not iron, when making an essential metalloenzyme
Stretching a polymer changes the way it isomerizes
Drugmakers and regulators are struggling to secure a market that relies heavily on outsourcing
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