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 Reactive Reports #62
 February 2007
From David Bradley Science Writer
and Advanced Chemistry Development
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Robert Parker RCS Publishing Embraces the Semantic Web
Robert Parker, Managing Director of RSC Publishing discusses a new approach to the publication of scientific papers, and how it will benefit readers and the scientific community at large. Read more...
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  Take the Volcanic Fast-track to Nanotube Production  Igneous rock from the Mount Etna volcanic eruptions could be used to mass produce carbon nanotubes, according to researchers in Germany.
  Alumination at last!  More powerful solid rocket fuel could be the product of research into a new class of compounds containing aluminum and hydrogen compounds, according to an international research team.
  How Wine Producers Might Save Asthma Sufferers from Sulfites  Ozone could replace sulfites as the preservative of choice in a new asthma-friendly approach to wine production.
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