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{mosimage}A couple of EcoGeeks over at Georgia Tech. might have made a discovery that will make both large chemical manufacturers and viagra best deal environmentalists happy.

There's not a lot of common ground between chemical manufacturing and environmental protection since the byproducts of http://roguelephant.com/generic-cialis-pill chemical manufacturing are generally second only to nuclear wastes in deadliness and longevity.

But, really, Dupont doesn't like byproducts either. Every liter of waste is a liter they don't make money off of, and have to pay to properly dispose of. These guys over at GT are using magnetic nanoparticles to introduce catylists into a reaction, remove them in a pure form, the introduce another catylist for the next step in the reaction, then remove that one in a pure form, until the reaction is complete.

Basically, every extra step they can do in one 'pot', could potentially save dupont and the environment from the levitra side effects creation of millions of tons of useless toxic waste. And that is the power of the ecogeek!

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Importance of chemistry for our life
written by chemistry science, February 18, 2008
I love chemistry.
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Philly needs more trash cans
written by Chris, June 15, 2009
Everytime i'm ever in the Philly downtown area the trash bins are overflowing. I haven't seen any of these cans in action yet but I'll be looking next time in there.

It's really cool when local governments focus on sustainable development and green technology like this

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