A two-man team of chemists, one from Florida and the other from Canada, have invented a new analytical tool for detecting what kinds of compounds are in crude oil. Alan Marshall, an analytical chemist at Florida State University, says sorting out all the components is a tedious, time-consuming process. “Our technique can identify 3,000 or more in a single step,” he says. “No other lab in the world has been able to do that.” The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has mandated a 97% cut ...
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