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Lisa Young
I'm wondering if you use a spray bottle, not an aerosol can, to spray a cleaner containing mostly water and ionized surfactants into the air, will this remove odors from the air? I know things like Febreze and baking soda have molecules that bind to odor-causing molecules so that we don't smell them anymore, but I haven't been able to find a
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Semora Smith
Greetings ACS Senior Members,   The Southern Nevada Section of the ACS is seeking Volunteer Science Coaches to partner with local educators for the 2019-2020 school year to advance chemistry education in our community.   Science Coaches is a joint American Chemical Society (ACS) and American Association of Chemistry
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Rochelle Kreider
I am a relatively new teacher in Chemistry, and every year I seem to have the same conceptual struggles with the bonding properties of water.  My students may feel confident in the concept the water is covalently bonded with a dipole nature that allows it to create hydrogen bonds and exhibit unique properties like surface tension and
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Michael Davis
  How Large is the Puget Sound Section?The Puget Sound Local Section has about 2,000 members in a region stretching from the mouth of the Columbia River in the southwest corner of Washington State up into British Columbia and eastward to the Columbia past Ellensburg.  One out of five members lives in Canada.  The Puget Sound Local
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