Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 14:43:17 -0700
Reply-To: IJ Wilk <sciencedocwilk**At_Symbol_Here**JUNO.COM>
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From: IJ Wilk <sciencedocwilk**At_Symbol_Here**JUNO.COM>
Subject: HCHO disposal
One way to get rid of it would be using ozone. That gives you CO2 and
I. J. Wilk, Ph. D.
P.O. Box 18006
Stanford, CA  94309-8006

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