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Table of Contents
January 14, 2002
Volume 80, Number 2
CENEAR 80 2 p. 1

NEWS OF THE WEEK
SOLUTIA FACES PCB CLAIMS
Decades-old pollution at Alabama site haunts Monsanto successor Solutia.
U.S. BACKS EXPORT OF BIOTECH CROPS
State Department official expresses U.S. frustration with EU resistance.
ANCIENT ABSTRACTS
Evidence of human cognitive activity found in 70,000-year-old engravings.
PROTEOMICS DELIVERS
On a large scale, interactions between yeast proteins are unraveled.
CHEMICAL E-TRADING
One major firm is left in business as ChemConnect buys CheMatch.
CHANGING THE RULES?
Eight EPA rules are among 23 targeted by White House for review and revision.
NEW OXIDATION STATE?
Two formally hexavalent palladium complexes ligated by six silicons are reported.
TOP COURT HEARS BIG PATENT CASE
Ruling will determine survival of "doctrine of equivalents."
COVER STORY
HYDROGEN STORAGE
Whether carbon nanotubes can store H2 under practical conditions--as in fuel-cell powered cars--is a subject of controversy.
BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
BAYER
Company starts 2002 afresh by restructuring into four subsidiaries.
MARKET UPDATE
Chemical stocks outperform both drug stocks and Dow Jones in the fourth quarter, recovering somewhat from shell-shocked third quarter.
SOLVENTS
Ethyl lactate manufacturers work to lower prices, sell product as cleaner alternative.
E-BUSINESS
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
BUSH BACKS NONPROLIFERATION
After a nearly yearlong review, Administration plans to increase funding for nuclear arms reduction programs.
WHO WILL ADVISE CHEMICAL TRADE?
Association for precious-metal recycling seeks spot on trade panel that environmental activists sued to get.
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
CHEMISTRY IN MEDICINE
Samuel Danishefsky's bioorganic lab at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center is a model for chemical research.
ACS NATIONAL AWARDS
2002 WINNERS
Cussler, Dai, Daly, DePuy, Doyle, El-Sayed, Fowler, Goodman, Heathcock, Hruby, Knobler, and Kuntz.
ACS COMMENT
RECOGNIZING THE VALUE OF INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
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