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Sneh Patel Jul 10
about to start in the inorganic materials research group. discussing laminate options and whether we can fit a4 width to cover the office wall....
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Diamond Light Source 38m
We're continuing our Periodic Table celebrations by introducing our newest elemental profile, this time for the & :
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Andy Brunning Jul 17
Some of my favourites: 🧲🎧 📱🔋 👮‍♂️🗽 🇫🇷🌡️💧
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Royal Society of Chemistry Jul 17
Happy We want you to share with us your favourite elements by using emojis. We will start with one of our favourites - 🚗🔥
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Dr. Eric Scerri 18h
Lecture at Philosophy of Chemistry conference in Turin
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Chemistry World Jul 16
We've had the challenge from – it's time for our own ! In round 1 this week, it's fluorine vs boron vs platinum vs phosphorus. Vote now! Poll closes 23.59 Thu 18 Jul.
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Jodie Johnston Jul 13
Replying to @Jodie_JMJLab
Getting sneaky and fitting a protein into the test rocks collection. Cause protein. Well artists loose interpretation of protein on a rock in this case.
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Maulik Patel Jul 17
Organikars don’t forget to have a glimpse of cool chemistry at poster #66 combining planar & point chirality in one catalyst
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Alex Jul 11
My loot for winning our “guess the element” contest. Top Trumps!
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CIAC 3h
2019 is the International Year of the Periodic Table. One of its elements, Nitrogen, is a key element in fertilizer, which helps our crops grow. That’s !
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Leanne Racicot Jul 16
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Marika Wieliczko Jul 18
RT RoySocChem: Correct! — Royal Society of Chemistry (RoySocChem) July 18, 2019
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Marika Wieliczko 18h
RT RoySocChem: Element 46 in our series with roysocchem is palladium, found in catalytic converters in 🚗, in some 💍, and with potential for hydrogen fuel storage — Compound Interest (compoundchem) July 18, 2019
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Pablo Martinez-Pancorbo Jul 10
My favourite element of the periodic table is Tungsten because of the astonishing chromic properties of its oxides
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Clariant Jul 17
👨🏻‍🔬We want to give the floor to our community of science enthusiasts! Tell us what's your favorite element in the , and why? We are curious to read your comments! 👩🏽‍🔬
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Sneh Patel Jul 14
Replying to @spt796
we love an arts and crafts project
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mohammad aadil Jul 15
I’m celebrating IYPT with and sharing interesting facts about elements. Did you know sulfur is essential to all living things? 👉 Discover more
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Anaïs Pitto-Barry 21h
More chemistry and periodic table tonight at the with science rapper Jon Chase
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Danielle Danno Jul 18
Stayed close to home for this summer's science adventure with a quick trip to see my favorite teacher. He created a Periodic Table of Periodic Tables for Chem Ed and the . There are periodic tables in multiple languages, fictional ones (e.g. cats), & different shapes!
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C&EN Jul 17
Do you periodically write elemental poetry? Now is your time to shine with our contest! You could be featured in C&EN and win an travel mug, plus a copy of 's new book of poems. Use the and tag to enter your poem.
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