Nature Chemistry research highlights

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Mar 27, 2019
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Each Friday, the Nature Chemistry website will be updated with three new research highlights about interesting work that has caught the attention of the editors, here is this week’s line up:

Heterogeneous catalysis:

Scanning transmission electron tomography is used to create 3D images of active sites in nanoscale catalysts

Surface chemistry:

Subsurface carbon and hydrogen have an important role in selective palladium-catalysed alkyne hydrogenation

Alkaloid biogenesis:

Indole alkaloids extracted from closely related fungi lead to questions about how their biochemical pathways have evolved

The highlights are free to access, but you need to have a (free) nature.com account.

Stuart

Stuart Cantrill (Chief Editor, Nature Chemistry)


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Stu Cantrill

Chief Editor, Nature Chemistry, Springer Nature

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