Highlights in PNAS Chemistry

K. Olof Johansson, et al.
Formation and emission of large furans and oxygenated hydrocarbons
from flames
PNAS 2016 113:8374

July 26, 2016; 113 (30)

Mark H. Thiemens
Introduction to Chemistry and Applications in Nature of Mass Independent Isotope Effects Special Feature
PNAS 2013 110:17631

October 29, 2013; 110 (44)

 

Peter G. Wolynes, William A. Eaton, and Alan R. Fersht
Chemical physics of protein folding
PNAS 2012 109:17770

October 30, 2012; 109 (44)

Jane Lubchenco, et al.
Science in support of the Deepwater Horizon response
PNAS 2012 109:20212

December 11, 2012; 109 (50)

 

Katherine Bourzac, Science Writer
PNAS 2016 113:4545

April 26, 2016; 113 (17)

Inner Workings: Can electronics heal themselves?

Katherine Bourzac, Science Writer
PNAS 2016 113:6579

June 14, 2016; 113 (24)

 

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Chemistry in PNAS

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