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Büchi AG, Switzerland

Reactor systems for R&D, Pilot Plants, kilolabs and production for full vacuum to high pressure applications in Pharma and (Fine-)Chemicals - Competence in corrosion-resistant Borosilicate Glass, glass lined steel, Hastelloy C22, Tantalum, Titanium, Zirconium. - Engineering - production - install more

MLS GmbH, Germany

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Teclis Instruments, France

TECLIS INSTRUMENTS has been the market leader in innovative instruments for surface and interface physico-chemistry since 1991 (formerly IT CONCEPT). TECLIS INSTRUMENTS designs, manufactures and markets equipment, and provides analysis to characterize dispersed systems such as foams and emulsions. more

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Products Chemistry

New system for determining the CO2 reactivity of petroleum coke in accordance with ISO 12981-1

CARBOLITE special furnace for the reliable determination of the CO2 reactivity of petroleum coke, used in the manufacture of anodes for aluminium production more

The new standard in adhesion and cohesion testing

Adhesive and tensile strength of composite materials, multi-layer films and bonded parts are determined by the award-winning LUMiFrac® without sample clamping more

Focused Microwave Synthesis with CEM Systems

The Discover line of microwave synthesis systems is built upon CEM's Focused™ Microwave Technology designed to automatically focus microwave energy with maximum efficiency to the reaction more

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News Chemistry

  • New material could lead to erasable and rewriteable optical chips

    A military drone flying on a reconnaissance mission is captured behind enemy lines, setting into motion a team of engineers who need to remotely delete sensitive information carried on the drone's chips. Because the chips are optical and not electronic, the engineers can now simply flash a beam of U more

  • New aspect of atom mimicry for nanotechnology applications

    Tokyo Tech researchers show dendrimers that mimic the electron valency of atoms can also mimic polymerisation yielding controlled one and two-dimensional arrays of nanocontainers. In nanotechnology control is key. Control over the arrangements and distances between nanoparticles can allow tailored i more

  • Mimicking bug eyes could brighten reflective signs and clothes

    That bright, reflective coating used on road signs, bicycles and clothing are important safety measures at night. They help drivers get to their destinations while avoiding bicyclists and pedestrians in low-light conditions. Now, inspired by the structure of insect eyes, scientists have developed ne more

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Videos Chemistry

The Science of Fireworks!

Professor Chris Bishop, presenter of the 2008 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, gives a family lecture on the history of the modern firework.Through demonstrations of pyrotechnic chemistry hear how Chinese incendiaries made from honey led to the development of gunpowder; discover how the lou ... more

How Bacteria Make It Rain

Did you know that the ocean launches bacteria and other goo into the atmosphere? And that those particles can seed clouds? Atmospheric chemist Kimberly Prather of UCSD and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography drops some serious knowledge on us. more

Dr. Madhu Menon Proposes New 2D Material

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White papers Chemistry

  • Structural and Chemical 3D Imaging with AFM and Raman.

    In the Life Sciences and Bio-medical Research, the characterization of chemical compounds within cells or tissues is one of the most important and difficult tasks for researchers to perform. The development of pharmaceuticals such as drug delivery co more

  • Battery Safety (thermal runaway)

    Lithium ion battery technology offers many advantages in portable power application but one major concern is safety – thermal runaway of the device in both normal and abusive situations. In the following article, it will be shown that by means of adi more

  • "Green Chemstry" in the Laboratory

    The term "green chemistry" is commonly used to describe chemical procedures which meet specific requirements with regards to the conservation of resources and protection of the environment. The objective is to avoid undesired by-products by selecting more

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Infographics Chemistry

A Brief Guide to Types of Organic Chemistry Formulae

Back to basics with today’s graphic, with a look at the different ways compounds in organic chemistry can be represented. Obviously, if you’re a chemist, these will all be second nature, but as was quite fairly pointed out with regards to the food chemistry graphics, if you’re not well versed in che more

A Guide to Simple Heterocycles in Organic Chemistry

We’ve already examined the functional groups that can be present in organic molecules in a previous post; here, we take a look one step further, at heterocycles. Heterocycles are hugely important in organic chemistry – they make up more than half of all known organic compounds. Caffeine is a prime e more

Benzene Derivatives in Organic Chemistry

Benzene is a hugely important compound in organic chemistry. It consists of six carbon atoms joined together in a ring, with a hydrogen atom bonded to each carbon; by replacing one or more of these hydrogens with a functional group, a large number of different compounds can be formed. This graphic l more

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Events Chemistry

Conference
08-12 – 09-12
2016
San Antonio, US

Nuclear Chemistry 2016

Nuclear Chemistry 2016 would lay a platform for the interaction between experts around the world and aims in sharing some unique research works on various new techniques, relevant to Nuclear Industries. The main theme of the conference is a Key implications in Radiation, Nuclear processes and Nuclea

Conference
22-01 – 27-01
2017
Ventura, US

Metals in Biology

Biological metal centers assume numerous important structural and functional roles in association with proteins and nucleic acids, adding chemical diversity to the limited number of amino acids and the even smaller number of nucleic acid bases. This augmented chemical diversity is enhanced by the va

Course
26-01 – 29-01
2017
Ventura, US

Bioinorganic Chemistry

Metals serve in fundamental biological roles that are essential to all life, requiring precise mechanisms for metal acquisition and balance. Nature utilizes metals to achieve chemical conversions that plague synthetic chemists, such as C-H bond activation, hydrogen production and nitrogen fixation.

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Job offers Chemistry

  • RISE- Talent program for senior leaders (m/f) in Innovation Management

    Our talent program RISE (Recruiting Initiative for Strengthening the Talent Pipeline of Evonik) leads professionals straight to the top. This can be the start of your extraordinary career at Evonik! For the Innovation Management Department of our Nutrition & Care GmbH, located in Hanau (close to Fr more

  • Sales Account Manager (m/f) Hydrogenation Catalyst

    Sales Account Manager (m/f) Hydrogenation Catalyst to support our Business Unit Catalysts situated in Munich Position duties and responsibilities: Sales and Technical Service Sales and technical service of catalysts in our region EMEA / CIS Analysis and reporting of plant data, identification of p more

  • Product Sales Developer (f/m) Chemistry

    For our sales department in Erlangen we are looking for a Product Sales Developer (f/m) Chemistry Your tasks: As Product Sales Developer (f/m) Chemistry you will identify fields of business opportunities worldwide for the product line as well as define the commercial strategy for the product line. more

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q&more articles Chemistry

  • The Beginning of the End?

    Those of us who have been either directly involved in, or on the periphery of, the pharmaceutical industry over the last decade have seen at first hand a dramatic change. Times change, and technology changes. Take computer data storage for example. Not so long ago, the floppy disk was state of the art, replaced by the CD-ROM, and then by the USB drive. more

  • DIN/ISO Compliant Calibrations

    Today Analytical Chemistry is embedded in a strictly regulated environment and it has to be ensured that verifiable and officially authorised methods are used. How can this be achieved in a reproducible and unequivocal way? Here we approach this question with respect to the problem of establishing and interpreting calibrations in Instrumental Analysis. more

  • Water instead of mineral oil

    Optical active substances made from chiral catalysis form the basis of many drugs. Expensive precious-metal catalysts are required for the chemical production, which due to their thermal instability decompose at high temperatures and can therefore only be used once. The innovative process of DexLeChem GmbH makes it possible for the first time to use these precious-metal catalysts made from rhodium, ruthenium or iridium more than once, without modifying them. At the same time, reaction occurs in aqueous solutions instead of mineral-oil-based solvents, which increases the sustainability of the process. This is a milestone in catalysis and a real opportunity for the pharmaceutical industry. more

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Authors Chemistry

  • Dr. Manfred Golze

    Manfred Golze studied chemistry at Freie Universität Berlin (FUB), where he also received his doctorate in the field of physical chemistry. After working at FUB and the Max Planck Society’s Fritz Haber Institute, he joined the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) in 1987. From more

  • Dr. Stefan Schiller

    Stefan M. Schiller studied chemistry at Gießen (Mainz, Germany) and the University of Massachusetts, majoring in macromolecular chemistry and biochemistry. For his doctorate in biomimetic membrane systems he worked till 2003 at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz. Research positio more

  • Jan Engels

    Jan Engels, born 1989, studied bio engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Aachen. After acquiring his Bachelor's degree, Prof. Reinhard Renneberg suggested him for the fast-track programme of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) for a directly subsequent PhD in chemi more

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