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Table of Contents
July 10, 2000
Volume 78, Number 28
CENEAR 78 28 p. 3

NEWS OF THE WEEK
Spontaneous Nanostructures
New technique allows organic molecules to gather in neat rows on a silicon surface.
BASF Rolls in China
Company's plan for Nanjing petrochemical complex won approval in just two months.
Chemistry Olympiad
Meet the team representing the U.S. at the 32nd international competition.
Wildfire Aftermaths
DOE labs at Hanford and Los Alamos cope with damage from wildfires.
C-H Bond Activation
Approach using tailored ligands could open new paths to complex structures.
BUSINESS
Business Concentrates
Academic Technology Transfer
Dot-com firms provide forum for moving university-based research toward commercialization.
Calcium Chloride
Market turnaround forecast for high- volume chemical used in dust control, deicing, and industrial processing.
Letter from Asia
Waste plastics and other trash are a blight in some Asian countries.
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
Government Concentrates
Chemical Use Data
EPA's proposed reporting changes have chemical firms up in arms.
Recycling PCs
EU proposes recycling most electronic and electrical products; many groups are fighting the legislation.
PERSPECTIVE
Chemical Weapons of Terror
Rice University chemist James Tour outlines a system for monitoring the small amounts of precursors that are all a terrorist group needs to create havoc.
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
Science/Technology Concentrates
Green Chemistry
Presidential awards recognize environmentally friendly technologies.
Alzheimer Enzyme
Scientists are homing in on the elusive enzyme involved in generating Alzheimer peptide.
EDUCATION
Science Education Awards
European Chemical Industry Council recognizes a wide variety of chemical and scientific projects.
SPECIAL REPORT
COVER STORY
Pharmaceutical Fine Chemicals
Producers are gearing up, and academicians are devising new chemistries.
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