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December 19th, 2005
Top world chemists meeting on Oahu
"One of the biggest changes in 30 years in chemistry is our ability to look at smaller and smaller samples and analyze them more and more precisely," president of the American Chemical Society, William Carroll Jr. said. "This has been a tremendous boon to both nanotechnology and molecular biological sciences."
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