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American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Sept. 12, 2007
Date:9/17/2007

lts demonstrate that this novel test could be successfully used for forensic analysis of ignitable liquids from fire debris, the report states.

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Forensic Application of Gas Chromatography-Differential Mobility Spectrometry with Two-Way Classification of Ignitable Liquids from Fire Debris

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Preventing future bridge collapses: Protective coatings may hold key
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In the wake of the tragic bridge collapse in Minnesota and last years shut down of an oil pipeline in Alaska due to corrosion, researchers are facing increased pressure to develop better protective coatings to help save aging infrastructures, according to an article [http://pubs.acs.org/cen/business/85/8537bus1.html] scheduled for the September 17 issue of Chemical & Engineering News, ACS weekly newsmagazine.

Protective coatings and paints, such as epoxy resins and polyurethanes, are designed primarily for warding off corrosion in metal-based structures such as bridges, storage tanks and buildings. Part of a fast-growing, multibillion dollar industry, these chemicals have played an important but unsung role in protecting structures for many years, writes C&E
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