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  • Recycled electrical products lead to hazardous chemicals appearing in everyday items

    Hazardous chemicals such as bromine, antimony and lead are finding their way into food-contact items and other everyday products because manufacturers are using recycled electrical equipment as a source of black plastic, according to a new study. The substances are among those applied to devices, su more

  • Color Change Unmasks Lead

    Environmental lead exposure is one of the most significant public health threats worldwide. Consequently, reliable, quick, inexpensive, and easy-to-handle lead assays are urgently needed. Scientists have now presented a novel chemosensor for lead. It offers a triplex signal upon binding of lead ions more

  • Don't Give the Slightest Chance to Toxic Elements in Medicinal Products

    Lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic do not belong in medicinal products. International requirements for the quality of medicines have therefore become more stringent and introduced new control requirements. Hence, it makes sense to use high-accuracy reference solutions with defined contents of these more

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Chemistry and the Flint Water Crisis

Virginia Tech researchers helped prove that lead levels were dangerously high in Flint’s tap water, even when government officials denied the problem. We visited the researchers to see how they're using standard analytical chemistry to try and make water safer. more

From Liquid To Gel: A New Test for Lead in Paint

A new molecular gel recipe developed at the University of Michigan by Anne McNeil, Arthur F Thurnau Professor of Macromolecular Science, and is at the core of a prototype for a more accurate lead paint test.The new test is more clear and accurate than its counterparts. It consists of a vial that ... more

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Special submarines and heavy-duty glass - find out all about element number 82. more

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Group 4 Elements

This latest infographic focuses on the Group 4 (Group 14 in IUPAC nomenclature) elements. One extra fact to add for the curious: although tin has the greatest number of stable isotopes, Xenon trumps it comprehensively if unstable isotopes are also included in the count, with well over 30 possible is more

The Chemistry of Petrol & The Tetraethyl Lead Story

18th May marks the date of birth of Thomas Midgley, who made significant contributions to something many of us make use of on a regular basis: petrol. Midgley was the research assistant to Charles Kettering, and the duo were responsible for the addition of the compound tetraethyl lead to petrol, an more

Lead Iodide & ‘Golden Rain’

Kicking off an occasional new series of graphics with today’s post, which’ll be looking at common chemical reactions encountered in schools. Today kicks off with one of my favourite reactions, the ‘Golden Rain’ demonstration, which involves the synthesis and recrystallisation of lead (II) iodide, an more

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  • Peru Agribusiness Report Q3 2012

    BMI View: Peru's agricultural exports grew by 16.6% year-on-year (y-o-y) in value terms over the first quarter of 2012 to reach US$915.mn, according to Ministry of Agriculture data. Higher export prices for a number of key products, including coffee, mangoes, avocado, asparagus and evaporated milk, more

  • China Petrochemicals Report Q3 2012

    BMI’s China Petrochemicals Report Q312 examines the long-term growth trends that are in play across the local industry, but warns of short-term concerns about over-capacity and the impact on prices and trade. This report analyses the way in which the slowdown in Chinese construction activity is af more

  • Production and Market of Alpha and Beta-pinene in China

    As the main component of turpentine, alpha-pinene (β-pinene) and beta-pinene (β-pinene) are also important forest chemicals in China. Since a large amount of pinene is exported annually in recent years, the global economy situation is very important for pinene industry. After global financial cr more

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Lead

Lead Lead () is a chemical element with the symbol Pb () and atomic number 82. A soft, heavy , toxic and malleable poor metal , lead is bluish white when freshly cut, but tarnishes to dull gray when exposed to air. Lead is used in buildin ... more

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