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Compound conundrum #3 - and the answer!

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In the next of this occasional series, can you work out the trivial name of this compound?

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Flame retardant levels fall in US women

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The levels of flame retardants in US women have fallen sharply over the last 5 years due to the effects of a ban on their production and use.

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Plastic on Titan?

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Reports this week that plastic had been found on Saturn's moon, Titan, show the extent to which headline writers choose to bend the truth.

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Keeping ballet dancers in a spin

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The brains of ballet dancers become adapted so that they can perform pirouettes without suffering from severe dizziness, as we mere mortals would.

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Emergency beacon based on atomic emission

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An emergency beacon can send simple messages using the atomic emission of alkali metals embedded in a cotton string that is set alight with methanol.

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LGC enters into drug alliance

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The British analytical services company LGC has entered into a strategic alliance with TranScrip Partners.

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AB SCIEX wins MS award

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Frost & Sullivan has given its 2013 Global Market Share Leadership Award for Mass Spectrometry to AB SCIEX.

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ACS issues safety guidelines for research labs

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The American Chemical Society has issued new guidelines to help ensure the safety of personnel working in research laboratories.

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Saving our old buildings from water damage

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The effects of water on the stonework in old buildings has been studied by spectroscopic methods, to show how the stone degrades and how some restoration processes are actually harmful.

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Mosquitos hunt better at night

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The ability of mosquitos to smell their prey increases at night, due to an increase in the protein that binds the airborne odorant molecules.

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