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Spraying Chemicals for Disinfection

By Doug Collins, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Bucknell University (@EarthMechanic) We have known for nearly a century that ‘germs’ (viruses, bacteria, and other microbes) are the causes of infectious disease. Most of the diseases that we worry about on a regular basis can be slowed or stopped by washing our hands, cleaning surfaces, and staying […]

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Upcoming Meeting
Upcoming Meeting

IndoorChem 2021

The 2021 Chemistry of Indoor Environments Meeting will take place as a series of virtual events during January – May, 2021. Meetings will be gathered via Zoom. Virtual sessions will be open, free of charge, to the general public but pre-registration is required for each individual session. On social media, let’s use #IndoorChem2021
https://indoorchem.org/indoorchem2021

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Featured Video
Featured Video

Disinfectants and COVID-19

By: Delphine Farmer (@ChemDelphine) and Marina Vance (@marinavance) With growing concerns over Coronavirus, more people are turning to the power of disinfectants to clean surfaces – and that is giving rise to a new set of indoor chemistry. While ordinary soap is surprisingly effective at breaking down the Coronavirus, bleach, alcohol, and ammonia are all […]

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