Chemistry

UPDATE 2: Chemical experiment sends 4 students to hospital |  News

UPDATE 2: Chemical experiment sends 4 students to hospital | News

The North Central High School senior who was injured in a chemistry experiment on Tuesday afternoon remains in a hospital in Indianapolis and will need skin grafting and therapy, according to his father. David Hooper said his son Ethan was airlifted to Eskenazi Health’s burn center on Tuesday; his son was first taken to Terre …

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Chemical innovator invests in automation to drive green growth

A maker of innovative, environmentally friendly household cleaning products is forecasting 25 percent growth and job creation after investing in new automation technology. Crewe-based Qulkem (formerly Repclif Chemical Services) has installed new labeling and tube filling equipment specifically for smaller production runs. The second-generation family business with 16 employees has been developing and manufacturing chemicals …

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Celanese and Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Complete Korea Engineering Plastics Joint Venture Restructuring

Celanese and Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Complete Korea Engineering Plastics Joint Venture Restructuring

Restructured JV to support Celanese POM’s global growth DALLAS, March 31, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Celanese Corporation (NYSE: CE), a global chemical and specialty materials company, today announced the completion of the restructuring of Korea Engineering Plastics Co. (KEP), a joint venture 50 percent owned by Celanese and 50 percent owned by Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc. (MGC), …

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Bulldog chemistry takes them to new heights in 400, 800 relays |  North Iowa High School Athletics

Bulldog chemistry takes them to new heights in 400, 800 relays | North Iowa High School Athletics

Tate Murray, Tate Schmitt, Gavin Mieder and Tony Valenzuela played several sports together during their prep careers at Hampton-Dumont-CAL. Murray and Mider play basketball; Schmitt and Valenzuela were on the wrestling mat. Four of them converge in the fall for football and in the spring for athletics. “We see each other almost every day, so …

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Alfa Chemistry Materials releases high quality carbon nanotubes and graphene

Alfa Chemistry Materials releases high quality carbon nanotubes and graphene

The last decade has seen a growing demand for new materials such as carbon nanotubes and graphenes. To make it easier for researchers to purchase new chemical materials, Alfa Chemistry Materials, a subsidiary of Alfa Chemistry, recently announced that high quality carbon nanotubes and graphenes are now featured as top recommended products on its website. …

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Premiere: Timi Afilaka energizes with her sunny seductive single "Chemistry"

Premiere: Timi Afilaka energizes with her sunny seductive single “Chemistry”

Perth-based indie pop artist Timi Afilaka celebrates the bright side of life in Chemistry, a sunny song filled with infectious optimism and electric energy. Flow: “Chemistry” – Timi Afilaka lIt’s a rollercoaster ride: you’ll be rocked and rocked, and sometimes the best thing you can do is buckle up, close your eyes, and hold on …

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This space rock's strange chemistry suggests it came from a supernova

This space rock’s strange chemistry suggests it came from a supernova

In 1996, a space rock was found in the Great Sand Sea in southwestern Egypt. The stone was strange even by extraterrestrial standards, and a group of researchers studying the chemical composition of the rock at the present time suggest that it came from a supernova – a bright explosive collapse of a star. The …

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Chemical industry fights US government decision to ban asbestos

Chemical industry fights US government decision to ban asbestos

Cancer-causing chrysotile asbestos used to make chlorine Opponents of the ban say it will cut drinking water and jobs Ending asbestos use in US seen as ‘environmental justice’ issue RIO DE JANEIRO/WASHINGTON, April 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation). The Biden administration’s groundbreaking move to ban the main form of asbestos in the United States will lead …

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Broadband benchtop NMR spectroscopy: more than just protons |  Webinar

Broadband benchtop NMR spectroscopy: more than just protons | Webinar

Click the button below to registerJune 29, 2022 at 3:00 pm Moscow time Register Now Broadband NMR spectroscopy is currently used in a wide variety of industries. More portable and user-friendly than ever before, this exciting technology can improve workflow efficiency, simplify complex tasks, and save countless hours. In this webinar, application scientists from Oxford …

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AI Enzyme Eats Entire Plastic Containers |  Research

AI Enzyme Eats Entire Plastic Containers | Research

A plastic-degrading enzyme enhanced by amino acid replacement, developed using a machine learning algorithm, can depolymerize polyethylene terephthalate (PET) at least twice as fast and at lower temperatures than the next best enzyme. Six years ago, scientists were sifting through the waste from a plastic bottle recycling plant and discovered a bacterium that could degrade …

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