everyday science

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    Detective work and food fraud

    1 May 2013

    How did horse meat remain undetected in the food chain for long enough to reach supermarket shelves? Ian Farrell investigates

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    Neon

    1 May 2013

    John Emsley looks at the element that shines brightly and keeps cool but continues to puzzle

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    Tungsten

    1 March 2013

    John Emsley looks at the heavy metal that makes light work of tough jobs

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    A stench from the French

    1 March 2013

    Phillip Broadwith investigates a thiol that made the news

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    Tin

    1 January 2013

    In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Education in Chemistry, John Emsley takes a look at the 50th element

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    2,4-dinitrophenol

    1 January 2013

    Simon Cotton investigates a molecule that is making the news

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    Lithium

    1 November 2012

    John Emsley investigates the element that is the lightest of metals and celebrated in song

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    liquid nitrogen cocktails

    1 November 2012

    Laura Howes takes a look at some cocktails that have been making the news

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    Benzo Fury

    1 September 2012

    Simon Cotton takes a look at those compounds that find themselves in the news or relate to our everyday lives.

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    Arsenic

    1 September 2012

    John Emsley investigates the element that has harmed many, but now heals a few