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Nobel Prize in Chemistry honors work on lithium-ion batteries

John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino jointly received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of light-weight lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced Wednesday in Stockholm. "Lithium-ion batteries have revolutionized our lives and are being used in all areas, from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles," the Nobel Prize committee said in …

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50-year puzzle of chemistry solved by new wild carbon ring

3D representation of the carbon ring based on atomic force microscopy data. Illustration: IBM Research Some Precision Chemicals Have Been Mediated A One piece of table salt has given researchers an unprecedented view of a controversial form of carbon. Scientists at Oxford University and IBM have made a ring of just 18 carbon atoms using the atomic force microscope. The …

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Scientists are discovering a new chemistry that can help explain the origins of cellular life

Prebiotically synthesized heterogeneous polyester microdroplets with a fluorescent dye demonstrate the ability of polyester microdroplets to function as primitive compartments. Picture credits: Tony Jia, ELSI Before life began on Earth, the environment probably contained a large number of chemicals that interacted with each other more or less by chance, and it is unclear how the complexity of cells could have …

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Carbon dioxide from Silicon Valley influences the chemistry of Monterey Bay

This map shows how carbon dioxide from land areas throughout Monterey Bay is blown with morning-land breezes. Picture credits: Basic image: Google Earth MBARI researchers have recently measured high concentrations of carbon dioxide in the air that were blown into the sea from cities and agricultural areas, including Silicon Valley. A new article in PLOS ONE estimates that this previously …

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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly talks about biology, chemistry, physics and space – Israel News

In 2015, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and his cosmonaut colleague Mikhail Kornienko, whom he called his "Russian brother from another mother," and Gennady Padalka embarked on a one-year trip to the International Space Station (ISS), which was studying the impact of space on the human body. "The idea behind this mission was to learn things that will help us get …

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Brian Windhorst says pelicans were negotiated with Lakers in bad faith to receive torpedo team chemistry

Photo: Gerald Herbert (AP) It looks increasingly as if the Pelicans have no real intention of dealing with the Lakers before tomorrow's close. The Lakers have made their entire damned team available in offers for Anthony Davis, and the Pelicans have apparently made no concrete counteroffers, and the only observable effect of all this chatter and speculation was the Lakers' …

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Chinese chemistry student accused of poisoning American roommates

Image copyright Pennsylvania police Caption The student is a chemistry student and said he bought thallium for himself A Chinese chemistry student at an American university attempted to poison his African-American roommate over a period of several months, the prosecutor claims. Yukai Yang was charged with attempted murder and arrested on Thursday. The prosecutors say he has laced the food …

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Devin Booker says Phoenix Suns must improve the chemistry after the "embarrassing" loss to Brooklyn Nets

Devin Booker says the opposing Phoenix Suns have to start holding each other to account for an "embarrassing" Tuesday's loss to Brooklyn Nets. Two days after beating Booker against the Grizzlies Buzzer-Beater, the Suns were blown out by the Nets battling for a 104-82 win, prompting viewers at the Talking Stick Resort Arena Home team to take off. "It's shit, …

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