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News

Aug 30, 2017
Category: ChemSee News
Posted by: admin
Trillions of gallons of water displaces soil and sediment which may carry Heavy Metals and other contaminants into drinking water of the citizens of Texas after the flood.
 
Apr 12, 2017
Category: ChemSee News
Posted by: admin

This article focuses mainly on the technical issues of the possibility that warfare chemicals, WC, will be used in a new military conflict, one possibly initiated by N. Korea.

By: A. J. Attar, PhD
 

 
May 22, 2015
Category: ChemSee News
Posted by: admin
Appealing Products Inc.'s superior detectors for Heavy Metals in water have achieved an international reputation.
 

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