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September 6, 2004
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  Table of Contents
September 6, 2004
Volume 82, Number 36
p. 3
 
   
 
  Cover Story  
FINE CHEMICALS
Suzuki coupling and related chemistries gain ground in commercial practice, from small-scale synthesis to industrial-scale production.
 
COVER: Design by Tony Fernandez
 

  Latest News  
  TINY GYROS
Molecular rotor systems resemble gyroscopes.

NALCO IPO
Water treatment chemicals maker hopes to raise $800 million with its initial public offering.

TACKLING TB
Novel enzyme inhibitors offer hope for new tuberculosis drugs.

REORGANIZED RESEARCH
Akzo and UCB Pharma rejigger R&D operations to boost pharmaceuticals.

GOP PLATFORM
Republicans place emphasis on security, energy independence.

OPEN ACCESS
Stakeholders weigh in on NIH plans for increased access to government-funded research.

TRADE TARIFFS
World Trade Organization authorizes retaliatory tariffs on U.S. imports.

DETECTING EXPLOSIVES
U.S. employs several methods to detect the explosive RDX found in Russian plane crashes.

PROPYLENE OXIDE
Dow and BASF are building a plant that uses hydrogen peroxide-based oxidation.

 
 
 

  Business  
  BUSINESS CONCENTRATES

GENE SILENCING
A number of firms are harnessing RNA interference for drug discovery purposes.

FINDING A NICHE
Chemical industry's chief information officers face new responsibilities in an ever-changing role.

CITRAL STRATEGY
BASF's new plant cranks up production of this important building block.

INSIGHTS
Despite better performance, U.S. chemical industry may get walloped by high energy costs.

 
 
 

  Government & Policy  
  GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES

ACCIDENTAL POLLUTION
Emissions from nonroutine activities, allowable under the Clean Air Act, are considerable.

 
 
 

  Science & Technology  
  SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES

FOWL CHEMISTRY
Researchers use chicken feathers to make a variety of products, including films, composites, and plastics.

ORGANOCATALYSIS
Small-molecule organic catalysts both eliminate the need for metals and catalyze reactions not thought possible.

FUTURE CHEMISTS
Focus groups reveal youngsters' attitudes about chemists and chemistry.

 
 
 

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PHILLY IN PHOTOS
C&EN's roving photographer captures scenes from national meeting.

 
 
 

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