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October 11th, 2005

Catalyst Catharsis

Abstract:
This year's winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, announced on Wednesday, October 5, discovered catalysts for an elegant new way of creating organic molecules. Their work has opened up the possibility of a wide range of precisely-tuned catalysts for making molecules that were either impossible to make before, or required a long series of synthesis steps.

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