Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Cover image for Vol. 53 Issue 28

Editor: Peter Gölitz, Deputy Editors: Neville Compton, Haymo Ross

Online ISSN: 1521-3773

Associated Title(s): Angewandte Chemie, Chemistry - A European Journal, Chemistry – An Asian Journal, Zeitschrift für Chemie

Press Room

IssuePress ReleaseOriginal Communication

23/1999

Hard shell, glowing core
Nanocrystals made of two semiconductors have interesting optical properties
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22/1999

Caught in Flight
A clever sequence of measurements allows chemists to detect a new type of phosphorus
(PDF)

21/1999

DNA Construction Set
Separated halves of DNA always get together - even forming artificial structures
(PDF)

20/1999

A Gentle Probe for Acids in the Body
A gadolinium compound could help doctors with tumor diagnosis and sports scientists with their research
(PDF)

19/1999

Perfect use of atmospheric oxygen
A compound containing the metal Osmium may reduce waste in chemical reactions with oxygen
(PDF)

18/1999

Button and Buttonhole in a Single Molecule
A new chemical could make the production of versatile polyurethanes easier
(PDF)

17/1999

Porous Polymer
Organic solids with molecule-sized pores can do more than their inorganic counterparts, "zeolites"
(PDF)

16/1999

Versatile Liquid Crystals
A "hospitable" molecule lines up in long chains when "visited" by the right guest
(PDF)

15/1999

News from the Ozone Hole
Italian chemists examine formerly unknown but possibly important reactions in the ozone layer
(PDF)

14/1999

Tailor-made Magnets
Molecules containing iron ions display tunable magnetic properties
(PDF)

13/1999

Nothing but Nitrogen
Chemists are excited about a chain of five nitrogen atoms / The first new nitrogen variant in over one hundred years
(PDF)

12/1999

Poison Gas Test That Fits in your Pocket
A simple biochemical test kit detects sarin - much more convenient than before
(PDF)

11/1999

Victory in the Race for Total Synthesis
A new, therapeutically interesting fungal substance has been synthesized for the first time
(PDF)

10/1999

The Latest about Smog
More chemical compounds than previously expected are formed in summer smog
(PDF)

09/1999

Can Light and Platinum Fight Cancer?
A new, light-activated version of the agent cisplatin could make cancer therapy more efficient
(PDF)

08/1999

Beta lasts longer
Medicines made from synthetic amino acids get the better of digestive enzymes
(PDF)

07/1999

Catcher in the Rye
Placeholders in a sort of "molecular grainfield" help to build a new type of sensor
(PDF)

06/1999

Wired DNA
Research controversy: Can the genetic molecule conduct electrical current? / Contradictory results
(PDF)

05/1999

Sunburn for Genes
Genes that mutate frequently when irradiated could owe it to an unusual folding of DNA
(PDF)

04/1999

On the right track
A synthetic carbohydrate sends antibodies on the hunt for cancer cells
(PDF)

03/1999

Down to the Bone
Specially coated medical implants fool bone cells into settling on their surface
(PDF)

02/1999

Loose grip
Chemists attempt to make greenhouse gas CO2 useful / A catalyst links it together into acetone
(PDF)

01/1999

Catalyst Buckshot Hits the Mark
Chemists search for a reaction accelerator among hundreds of molecules / Chance lends a hand
(PDF)

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