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Last Month's Most Accessed Feature: Oceanic methane: Greenhouse leakage

Natural methane leakage from the seafloor is far more widespread on the US Atlantic margin than geological scientists previously thought. Data from multibeam water-column backscatter experiments covering a 94000 square kilometre area reveal approximately 570 gas plumes at depths between 50 and 1700 metres. At these depths methane clathrates, in which this potent greenhouse gas is usually kept trapped under pressure, are unstable potentially allowing huge volumes to enter atmosphere.

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Introduction on the Use of Analytical Chemistry in Forensic Investigations

This webinar will provide newcomers to the forensic field with an insight into the use and importance of analytical chemistry in forensic investigations. Through the basic principles and definitions, the importance of analytical methods for any modern forensic laboratory will become clear.

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Solar power: An organic tin approach

David Bradley

Oct 1, 2014

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German researchers have successfully integrated an organic tin moiety into a semiconducting polymer for the first time to make a new class of solar energy absorption material that can absorb a broad band across the electromagnetic spectrum from the sun.

The abilities of two commercial tools to detect initial enamel caries in archaeologically derived material are compared with visual inspection, X-ray, histology, and micro-CT for teeth from the modern Islamic (AD 1850–1950), Islamic (AD 600–1200) and late Roman (AD 200–400) periods.

Oceanic methane: Greenhouse leakage

David Bradley

Sep 1, 2014

thumbnail image: Oceanic methane Greenhouse leakage

Natural methane leakage from the seafloor is far more widespread on the US Atlantic margin than geological scientists previously thought. Data from multibeam water-column backscatter experiments covering a 94000 square kilometre area reveal approximately 570 gas plumes at depths between 50 and 1700 metres. At these depths methane clathrates, in which this potent greenhouse gas is usually kept trapped under pressure, are unstable potentially allowing huge volumes to enter atmosphere.

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A must for fluorescence users or students of molecular spectroscopy!

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ChemSusChem is a top interdisciplinary journal for research at the interface of chemistry and sustainability. The journal features the best research on sustainability and energy by publishing contributions from chemistry, materials science, chemical engineering, and biotechnology

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