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UTSA chemists make historic fluorine discovery

September 5, 2018

Scientists have demonstrated for the first time the cleavage (breakage) of a carbon-fluorine bond through oxidation in proteins. This means that it may be possible that human bodies are capable of breaking these bonds in the drugs that are consumed. Full Story

University of Texas at San Antonio

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