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2015-02-10 20:20:59

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2015-02-09 16:27:23

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2015-02-09 11:58:54

Baking soda could help save the planet, according to a team of researchers from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory who have developed a way to use a solution of sodium carbonate to absorb carbon dioxide from coal or natural gas-fired power plants.

2015-02-05 12:23:35

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2015-01-29 23:02:21

New research report “Sodium Bicarbonate Global Market Research” worked out by BAC Reports is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

2015-01-23 16:21:58

CLAYTON, Mo., Jan. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Olin Corporation's (NYSE: OLN) Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of 20 cents on each share of Olin common stock.

2015-01-22 23:01:49

Market Publishers Ltd and Think Real® signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on Internet. London, UK (PRWEB) January 22, 2015

road salt
2015-01-11 14:56:28

Road salt: Life as we know it would slither and slip to an icy halt without it. But is it as good as it is harmful to the environment?


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2005-05-26 11:28:30

The term Chlorite can refer to the following meanings: - The chlorite group of clay minerals. - A Chlorite ion is a polyatomic anion consisting of an atom of chlorine and two oxygen atoms. Its chemical formula is ClO2-. The oxidation state of the chlorine atom within the chlorite ion is +3. How does the chlorite anion fit within the overall scheme of chlorine based anions? In general, chlorine can assume oxidation states of -1, +1, +3, +5, or +7 corresponding to the anions Cl-, ClO-,...

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