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A Very Happy Speaking of Chemistry Thanksgiving
11/24/15 − American Chemical Society
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24, 2015 -- There's plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, aside from turkey, giblets and gravy. In this episode of Speaking of Chemistry, our hosts share the extraordinary chemistry behind some of the things they're grateful for this year, including a sustainable jet fuel, a molecule that helps us see better and a drug that changed one host's life. … 
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