CHEMICAL SAFETY

Aluminum compounds with perfluorophenol substituents have been identified as potentially explosive

RUPERT SPENCE

2010

Scholarcy highlights

  • Aluminum compounds with perfluorophenol substituents have been identified as potentially explosive
  • Rawls
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  • Continued from page 4 chemistry has prevented the relaxation of field-aligned molecules, as you presented in some detail, but this is not the only critical issue regarding electro-optic polymers
  • Affidavits from former Phillip Morris employees that "the use of ammonia chemistry was important to the industry in maintaining adequate nicotine delivery to satisy smokers," and that " apparently works by increasing the pH of the tobacco smoke", are rather convoluted explanations
  • Our experiments, presented at the ACS national meeting in New Orleans, suggest a much more direct and insidious role for adding ammonium compounds

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