Chemistry in its element

A weekly tour of the periodic table, from Chemistry World, the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

http://www.chemistryworld.com/podcasts

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 6m. Bisher sind 631 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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Maltodextrin


A sweet compound that provides ample energy for extreme endurance events – find out how maltodextrin helped Anna Ploszajski swim the English channel


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   7m
 
 

Ionic liquids


Liquid salts, ionic melts, fused salts, or ionic glasses – call them what you like, these much-hyped solvents show great promise. Katrina Krämer speaks to chemical engineer Jason Bara about ionic liquids.


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   11m
 
 

Chlorhexidine


An antimicrobial compound that kills bacteria and viruses quickly – found in some of the most colourful antiseptic solutions


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   8m
 
 

Asparagusic acid


Does asparagus give you foul-smelling urine? Helen Arney investigates asparagusic acid, and the lavatorial genetic lottery that controls whether or not you can smell its distinctive aroma


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   7m
 
 

Glycyrrhizic acid


Glycyrrhizic acid


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 2020-10-30  6m
 
 

Propofol


Propofol


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 2020-10-23  6m
 
 

Sofosbuvir


Sofosbuvir


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 2020-10-16  6m
 
 

Bedaquiline


Meera Senthilingam makes a welcome return to the podcast with a drug that gives hope to the many sufferers of drug-resistant TB – still one of the world's biggest killers


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 2020-10-09  9m
 
 

Oxybenzone


This summer's extreme weather prompts Katrina Krämer to investigate the history of sunblock and the ingredient blamed by some for bleaching coral reefs


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 2020-10-02  12m
 
 

Gypsum


From Lavoisier’s experiments with plaster of paris to the the ‘Sistine Chapel of crystals’ in Mexico, Mike Freemantle explores the history of gypsum


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 2020-08-07  8m