ChemIndustry.com Newsletter of Useful Web Sources No. 137 Subscribe FREE January 31, 2012 

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Kaye and Laby Online
This online version of Kaye and Laby includes the entire, unedited contents of the 16th edition (published 1995) and is crammed full of tables of data, formulae, graphs and charts. This information span topics from fundamental constants to fibre optics, superconductivity to Raman spectroscopy and many others. The contents will be regularly reviewed and updated to reflect advances and developments in the fields of physics and chemistry.

This site is provided free and brought to you by the National Physical Laboratory, where Dr Kaye was Superintendent of the Physics Department in the 1930s.
http://www.kayelaby.npl.co.uk/

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Biofuels - OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2011-2020
Biofuel use will continue to represent an important share of global cereal, sugar and vegetable oil production over the Outlook period. A research conducted by OECD-FAO is available FREE.
Summary: http://www.agri-outlook.org/document/0/0,3746,en_36774715_36775671_47877696_1_1_1_1,00.html
Full report: http://www.agri-outlook.org/dataoecd/23/56/48178823.pdf

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CAS statistical summary 1907 - 2007
An interesting statistical summary, published by CAS regarding the origin and languages of academic publications between 1907 - 2007.
http://www.cas.org/ASSETS/836E3804111B49BFA28B95BD1B40CD0F/casstats.pdf

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US chemical industry economics & statistics
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) is the definitive source for relevant and timely statistics on the business of chemistry and the contributions of the industry to our national economy.
http://www.americanchemistry.com/Jobs/EconomicStatistics

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Chemistry on mobile devices
A nice collection of chemistry related applications for smart phones by: Andrea Twiss-Brooks of the University of Chicago library.
http://guides.lib.uchicago.edu/content.php?pid=65132&sid=1703522

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The pits in Pitt aren't the pits
One of the most porous materials ever made has been created by a team at the University of Pittsburgh. Nathaniel Rosi and colleagues have used the old "Tinker Toy" analogy to explain their new metal-organic frameworks, which could find applications in pharmaceutical delivery and high-density fuel gas storage. The team's materials follow the usual pattern and comprise metal-carboxylate cluster vertices and long, branched organic linkers, but it is their view on the vertices rather than the linkers that makes them special. They have worked with large metal-biomolecule clusters, such as zinc-adeninate building blocks, to construct "bio-MOF-100", which is a mesoporous MOF with the largest reported pore volume - of 4.3 cubic centimeters per gram.
Pitt Researchers Discover One of the Most Porous Materials to Date

Read more hot chemistry news from ChemWeb.com's newsletter: The Alchemist.

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Food Ingredients China 2012(March 28-30)
Food Ingredients China (FIC), held yearly every March in Shanghai, is the biggest trade show for food ingredients and additives in Asia. FIC 2012 is where food ingredients and additives world meets to do business. It will be held on March 28-30, 2012 at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center (SWEECC), China.
http://www.chinafoodadditives.com/d_e.htm

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The 68th API China 25-27 April 2012 Hefei
API China is China's leading exhibition for the pharmaceutical manufacturing sector, covering the complete spectrum of products from raw materials, fine chemicals, intermediates, ingredients, and processing/packaging machinery. It is an event for international buyers to meet Asian sellers, especially Chinese ingredients manufacturers.
Place: Binhu International Exhibition Center, Hefei, Anhui Province,China
http://en.apichina.com.cn/

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