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November 19, 2018 Issue

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November 19, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 46

Advances in inorganic phosphors boost the efficiency and appeal of LED bulbs

Cover:The photograph shows a collection of about 15 colored phosphors.

Credit: Christian Maak and Philipp Strobel/LMU Munich | Colorful inorganic phosphors, such as the ones synthesized at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich shown here, work in concert with LEDs to produce white light.

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The chemical search for better white light

Advances in inorganic phosphors boost the efficiency and appeal of LED bulbs

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Biological Chemistry

Latest artificial glucose-binding receptor is best yet

Supramolecular structure binds glucose strongly and selectively, pointing to future incorporation into diabetes treatment devices

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