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It features: a pretty eye-catching cover, a PHD cartoon in the Thesis article on making science experiments more public and a review of the fun but dangerous-sounding book Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home — But Probably Shouldn’t.

This month’s research papers cover carbene-stabilised P2 radical ions, intefacial structure rearrangements induced by charge-transfer, some synergistic organocatalysis, organic redox electrolytes for solar cells and much more.

And don’t forget to check out the atomic-emission-spectra scarves mentioned in Blogroll too!


Neil Withers (Associate Editor, Nature Chemistry)