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Antihistamines: Chemistry in its element
As hayfever season comes to a close, Katrina Krämer examines antihistamines. From calming down a...
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Thaumetopoein: Chemistry in its element
Kat Arney finds out about the 'toxic caterpillar' chemical that will make your skin crawl
Ethyl iodoacetate: Chemistry in its element
Michael Freemantle introduces a tear gas used by the British army in the first world war, picked,...
Benzaldehyde: Chemistry in its element
Brian Clegg on the almond flavour compound that gives your taste buds a treat and may help rescue...
Asbestos: Chemistry in its element
How the ‘world’s most wonderful mineral’ became one of the world’s biggest health hazards
Bilirubin: Chemistry in its element
Kat Arney investigates the chemicals responsible for giving bruises their hue and colouring your...
Naloxone: Chemistry in its element
Katrina Krämer examines the overdose antidote that has saved tens of thousands of lives
Fentanyl: Chemistry in its element
A 1960s breakthrough in pain relief that now fuels the opioid crisis
Lanolin: Chemistry in its element
How a waxy mixture from a sheep's fleece helped create a global fashion brand
Cannabidiol: Chemistry in its element
Ben Valsler with the story of Charlotte Figi, Dravet syndrome and the cannabis compound...
Potassium sulfide: Chemistry in its element
Brian Clegg on a compound that keeps us well fed and looking radiant
Warfarin: Chemistry in its element
Katrina Krämer asks if an essential blood-thinning medicine ended Joseph Stalin’s 30-year rule...
Kerosene: Chemistry in its element
Discover bat-borne-bombs and a classic chemistry textbook, as Mike Freemantle examines the...
Iron sulfides: Chemistry in its element
One mineral form may look like gold, but Brian Clegg isn't fooled by the value of iron sulfides
Spidroin: Chemistry in its Element
From tacky Hallowe’en decorations to the stuff of an arachnophobe’s nightmares, spiders don’t...
Piperine: Chemistry in its element
Jamie Durrani on the compound that gives pepper its characteristic kick
Potassium bitartrate: Chemistry in its element
Brian Clegg with the winemaking byproduct that may be lurking in your larder
Twistacenes: Chemistry in its element
Kat Arney discovers the strange things that happen when organic compounds go round the twist
Calcium hypochlorite: Chemistry in its element
A component of 'trench atmosphere' and ‘the most powerful antiseptic known’, Mike Freemantle...
Indium tin oxide: Chemistry in its element
Swipe, tap, pinch, poke and prod – Neil Withers gets hands on with touchscreen material indium...
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