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Assaulted; Mass Medication by a Halogen You Never Suspected By Patrick Jordan
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When on the trail of the toxin called Potassium Iodide, I also fell across a hypnotic substance that is rarely talked about that is in the staples of most modern diets. If you ever wondered why... More > Mankind is sick and sick in the head, then take this book without a grain of salt. Contains harsh language.< Less
Organic Chemistry Element symbols By Homework Help Classof1
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"1. Write chemical formulas for the following compounds. a. ethyl alcohol, which contains 2 carbon atoms, 6 hydrogen atoms, and 1 oxygen atom b. a compound which contains 1 atom of magnesium... More > and 2 atoms of bromine c. a compound which contains 4 atoms of phosphorus and 10 atoms of oxygen d. a compound which contains 1 atom of arsenic and 3 atoms of hydrogen "< Less
Excise Tax – Ozone Depleting Chemicals: IRS Audit Techniques Guide (ATG) By Internal Revenue Service
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Ozone Depleting Chemicals Defined - Ozone depleting chemicals include Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and Halons. CFCs are versatile, and are used as refrigerants, cleaners, solvents, sterilants, and... More > propellants in the manufacture of insulation, fast food cartons, and electronic items. They are organized compounds that are nontoxic, long-lived, and nonflammable. Halons are close cousins of CFCs that utilize bromine instead of chlorine in their chemical structure. Halons are used in fire extinguishers as they are safe, effective, and gentle to water sensitive materials. Ozone Depletion - The longevity and stability of CFCs allows them to persist in the atmosphere long enough to rise into the stratosphere 12 to 30 miles above the earth. In the stratosphere, they break down under solar radiation and release a free chlorine or bromine atom. The free atom joins with an ozone molecule, changes its structure, and destroys the ozone molecule. Effects of Ozone Depletion on Humans and on the Earth...< Less
Biocides Market Analysis, Strategies and Forecasts, 2016 to 2024 By susan hill
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Expanding at a CAGR over 5% during the forecast period (2016-2024), the global biocides market is projected to reach nearly USD 12980.8 million by 2024. Factors fuelling the industry are increasing... More > awareness and stringent environmental regulations. Industrialization and urbanization in emerging nations contributes to industrial growth. Health awareness and the need for potable water will positively influence the industry. The need for potable water arises from industrial and domestic applications. Demand for biocides in water treatment owes to a rapidly growing global population. Biocides are either natural or synthetic compounds that are used as antimicrobial, antifouling & disinfecting agents, and pesticides. Halogens like acrolein, amines, bromine & chlorine, copper salts, iodine, metals, organosulfur, and quaternary ammonium salts are the major raw materials used to make this product.< Less