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UW-Madison Chemists Devise Better Way to Prepare Workhorse Molecules
June 9, 2011
Writing in the current online issue (June 9) of the journal Science, a team led by University of Wisconsin-Madison chemistry Professor Shannon Stahl reports a new, environmentally friendly way to make substituted aromatic molecules that can be customized for different industrial needs.
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