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  • Article - 20 Jul 2001
    Calcium (Ca) is placed in group IIA of the periodic table along with St, Ba and Ra. The name calcium is derived from the Latin word “calas” meaning lime, which was known as early as the first...
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  • News - 12 Dec 2019
    Hokkaido University researchers have developed a hydrogel that does the opposite of what polymer-based materials, like plastic bottles, normally do. Their material hardens when heated and softens when...
  • News - 3 Nov 2009
    Celanese Corporation (NYSE: CE), a leading, global chemical company, today announced a long-term agreement with Jiangxi Jiangwei High-Tech Stock Co., Ltd., to supply Vinyl Acetate Monomer....
  • News - 3 Aug 2010
    Market Publishers Ltd announces that recently updated market research reports on Chemicals & Petrochemicals discussing different chemicals markets are available in its catalogue. Since the...
  • News - 11 Jul 2022
    A paper recently published in the journal Materials discusses the recent developments in the use of advanced materials in dentistry, evaluating multiple studies within this field of...
  • News - 23 Jun 2022
    A paper recently published in the journal Biomaterials reviewed the new advances in three-dimensional bioprinting (3DBP) for regenerative therapy in different organ systems.  ...
  • News - 16 Mar 2016
    In order to study the effects of microgravity in a better way, Japanese researchers  have grown protein crystals and successfully determined the rate of the crystals’ growth onboard the...
  • Article - 29 Mar 2006
    Development of new clean technologies in accordance with increasingly demanding environmental legislation requires new catalysts, adsorbents or catalyst supports; in this sense, clays are promising...