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Experimentation and Theory Merge into Understanding of Water Molecule


May 17, 2012

chemistry graphic Water is the most abundant and one of the most frequently studied substances on Earth, yet its geometry at the molecular level  has remained somewhat of a mystery to chemists. Experimentation with a highly advanced spectrometer has removed some of the mystery and validates some very complex theory involving the way water molecules bond. Full Story

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