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Dilanthanide complexes could pave the way for a new breed of powerful permanent magnets.
HCl’s behavior tells scientists they still don’t understand martian atmosphere chemistry.
Danica Gressel shares valuable lessons from her graduate school experience and the ACS Bridge program.
Since the spread of a novel coronavirus in China, two independent research groups identify an existing drug and 6 novel molecules that could lead to possible treatments.
We’re taking a look at superheavy elements and how they contribute to our understanding of the universe and the limits of the periodic table.
Life’s building blocks might have formed on the surfaces of air bubbles in water-filled volcanic rocks, according to new study
The scientific community will finally have an exact value for Avogadro’s number. Read about the journey to redefining one of the most fundamental units of measure in chemistry: the mole.
Maxwell Kushner-Lenhoff thought his life’s career as a research scientist was set in stone. Find out how he shifted to marketing and business.
New device inspired by Chinese and Japanese paper-cutting art can store energy from body movements.