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 578 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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Cyclopropane


Chemistry’s tastiest bonds for an explosive anaesthetic that was as useful as it was dangerous


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 2019-07-05  7m
 
 

2C psychedelics


Ben Valsler introduces a class of hallucinogenic phenethylamines, explored by the 'godfather of psychedelics' Alexander Shulgin and sadly implicated in a tragedy at a 2017 music festival


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 2019-06-28  6m
 
 

Azidothymidine


The first drug approved in the US to treat Aids required a completely new approach to clinical trials – Frances Addison explores the history of azidothymidine


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 2019-06-21  5m
 
 

Silver iodide


How the compound that ushered in a photographic revolution has taken to the skies to try to control the weather


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 2019-06-14  6m
 
 

Amantadine


Katrina Krämer investigates how one of the smallest small-molecule drugs around saved Jeanna Giese's life


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 2019-06-07  6m
 
 

Indole


Kat Arney investigates a potent chemical that might explain the brain-bending powers of bacteria


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 2019-05-31  5m
 
 

Amber


Mike Freemantle introduces amber – the valuable organic gemstone that invests unwary insects in a durable tomb


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 2019-05-24  6m
 
 

Beryllium oxide


Brian Clegg examines the duality that makes beryllium oxide so valuable to the electronics industry


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 2019-05-17  6m
 
 

Methylphenidate (Ritalin)


Jamie Durrani diverts his attention to the rise of Ritalin, a drug first identified as a way of improving tennis performance


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 2019-05-10  6m
 
 

Limulus Amebocyte Lysate


Frances Addison takes a look at the discovery that brought horseshoe crabs to the heart of the pharmaceutical industry


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 2019-05-03  5m