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April 28, 2003
Volume 81, Number 17
CENEAR 81 17 p. 1

NEWS OF THE WEEK
NEW SOURCE REVIEW
Panel says Congress needs to revamp program's provisions in the Clean Air Act.
CORPORATE FIXER
Shareholders hope Fred Hassan can rescue an ailing Schering-Plough.
ALL-METAL ANTIAROMATICITY
Al44– is the first reported all-metal system with 4n
electrons.
WEAPONS CONFERENCE
Organizations for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons meets this week in The Hague.
FINE ART
Campus exhibits materials science graphics.
AICHE FACES INSOLVENCY
Chemical engineering organization deals with difficult economic times.
DRUG DELIVERY
Researchers unravel where micelles unload their cargo in cells.
NOVEL DISPLAYS
Supramolecular chemistry is at the heart of a new manufacturing process for liquid-crystal displays.
CHEMICALS SWAP
Crompton will sell its organosilicones business to GE for GE's specialty chemicals business and cash.

COVER STORY
SCORPIONATES
Jerry Trofimenko's first pyrazolylborate ligand has led to a family of beautiful and useful compounds during the past 35 years.

BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
CHINESE VENTURES
Partnerships to build ethylene crackers take shape and proceed apace.
ISP'S STAYING POWER
Employee emphasis on customer service is immune from corporate politics.

GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
WEAPONS CACHE?
Finding mobile weapons labs in Iraq may prove to be a difficult task.
SCIENCE POLICY DILEMMA
Academic leaders confront issues affecting science and technology research capabilities.

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
SPECIAL REPORT: COMPUTATIONAL NANOTECH
Theoretical and experimental approaches are used concomitantly to design nanosystems.
NANOSAFETY
Symposium looks at how nanomaterials interact with biological systems.
WHAT'S THAT STUFF?
Soap bubbles fascinate kids of all ages.
NEVILLE REED
C&EN talks with the Royal Society of Chemistry's general manager about membership expansion.

BOOKS
"MAGICK, MAYHEM, AND MAVERICKS"
Lively exposition of the 25-century evolution of physical chemistry should have wide appeal.

ACS COMMENT
YOUR TIME TO VOTE

ACS NEWS
ACS HONORS ITS 50-YEAR MEMBERS
LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT
ACS works hard to advance K–12 math and science education funding

MEETINGS
77TH ACS COLLOID & SURFACE SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM
58TH NORTHWEST REGIONAL MEETING

THE DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR'S PAGE

LETTERS
DIGITAL BRIEFS
PEOPLE

NEWSCRIPTS



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NEWS OF THE WEEK
NEW SOURCE REVIEW

NEWS OF THE WEEK
SCIENCE AS ART

COVER STORY
SCORPIONATE LIGANDS

WHAT'S THAT STUFF?
SOAP BUBBLES

C&EN TALKS WITH
NEVILLE REED

MEETINGS
58TH NORTHWEST REGIONAL MEETING


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