In the Northern hemisphere, it’s getting to the time of year where you may well be dragging your winter coat out of the wardrobe and taking it to the dry cleaners. Here, we explain how the dry-cleaning process works and the chemicals involved. Click through to the C&EN site to view the full graphic.
- IYPT 2019 Elements 014: Silicon: Electronic devices, glass, and lubricants
- IYPT 2019 Elements 013: Aluminium: Drinks cans and aeroplanes
- IYPT 2019 Elements 012: Magnesium: sparklers, chlorophyll, and soothing sore muscles
- IYPT 2019 elements 011: Sodium: salt and streetlights
- IYPT 2019 Elements 010: Neon: The inert element of neon light fame
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