New Sister Journal to Nature ChemistryPosted: January 12, 2014
Nature Publishing Group today announced that it was launching a new journal in 2014 to keep up with current trends in chemical sciences. The journal, to be known as Nature Buzzchem, will be launched later this month. I’ve obtained an advance copy of the cover and table of contents.
February 2014, Volume 1, Issue 1 pp1-124
Feel like having your teeny tiny mind blown? Start reading. This won’t take long.
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8 weird nitrogen atoms that will make you question everything
This is what a silicon microparticle anode can do for your high energy lithium ion battery
Roses are red, violets are blue, growing nanoparticles, non-stoichiometrically in situ
You won’t believe this interstellar hydroxyl reaction with methanol
10 reasons sp3 defects brighten carbon nanotube photoluminescence
Is it just me or does this thiamine-utilising ribozyme decarboxylate pyruvate-like substrates?
14 reasons you wish you were a computational nanobiozeptophotochemist
The 6 almost-chemistry sexy subdisciplines people hate the most
The anti-Markovnikov reductive functionalization reaction you’ve always wanted
Bad day in the lab? 5 high yield, facile, sterocontrolled, metal-catalysed cycloadditions you really should try
The most powerful cloud-based simulation of ligand modulation activation pathways you will see today
How a little diversity-oriented synthesis can help change macrocyclic scaffolds forever
I’m starting to think about PET imaging and broadly applicable [18F]trifluoromethylation of aryl idodides makes a lot of sense
9 surprising facts you didn’t know about β-Carbon activation through N-heterocyclic carbene organocatalysis