This is a news which kept our Amar happy for as long as a whole week --- one of his recent papers was accepted and published by Angewandte Chemie, a German chemistry journal and one of the best and leading academic chemistry journals in the world.
And shortly after the paper was published (on the Feb. 25th issue), Amar got 3 calls from different chemistry/science journals, each of which wanting to interview him about this paper.
So, although you may not be able to access his paper itself on Angewandte, you can check out the interview articles about his paper on the websites of these three journals:
The first one is C&EN (Chemistry & Engineering News), a leading professional magazine of the American Chemical Society (ACS) whose readership is 150,000.
The second is Chemistry World, a journal published by British Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), and a British equivalent to C&EN.
And the third is Nature, the world's leading magazine for science --- but the coverage has not been published yet.
(*March 12th update: the coverage was published in the latest issue of Nature, but unfortunately you need to subscribe to the magazine to have an access to the article.)
To be published in Angewandte Chemie, and then recognized by three leading chemistry/scientific magazines, is truly a great achievement for such a young chemist as Amar --- so I am very proud of him and very happy for him. =^^=