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All Articles for Magazine issue 1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)
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1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Biomimetic Chemistry -- Chemistry Special: Doing What Comes NaturallyThough they lack many of nature's tools and don't fully understand many of its pathways, biomimetic chemists seek to produce biochemical reactions synthetically in environments as benign as nature's.Leslie RobertsPDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Carbon-one -- Chemistry Special: Take a Carbon Atom and...Variations on a theme--the chemistry of carbon monoxide--are widening opportunities for producing fuels and chemicals from coal instead of petroleum. A taxonomy of reactionsNorman MetzgerPDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Computerized Design -- Chemistry Special: Computers and Molecular DesignThe application of artificial intelligence to problems of chemical analysis and syntheses is having dramatic impact on many operations that were once tedious and prohibitively time consuming.William CromiePDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Hypervalent Molecules -- Chemistry Special: Molecules That Break the RulesA burst of research on hypervalent molecules is advancing bonding theory and multiplying potential applications in industry and medicine. The chemical bond in brief.Kenneth ReesePDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Leukotrienes -- Chemistry Special: Leukotrienes and the Teams that Tamed themMany research groups contributed to the unraveling and synthesis of sister molecules to the prostaglandins. More will contribute applications.Joanne RodgersPDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Membranes -- Chemistry Special: Membranes: Research for DevelopmentUse is a powerful goad to membrane development and a stimulus to understanding of membrane form and function.Jeffrey FoxPDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 1)Synthetic Enzymes -- Chemistry Special: Making (like) an EnzymeChemists are finding that `enzyme reactions are not magical but are chemically explicable and to a limited degree copyable outside the cell.` Miscelles, reverse miscelles, and vesiclesNorman MetzgerPDF


 

 
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