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August 24, 2020 Issue

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August 24, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 32

In the midst of a pandemic and an uprising for racial equity, advocates for communities of color near industrial facilities seize the moment

Cover image:A Harrisburg/Manchester community in Houston, Texas boxed in by a highway bridge, rail lines, and a roster of polluting industries.

Credit: Photograph by Bryan Parras

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Pollution

The rise of environmental justice

In the midst of a pandemic and an uprising for racial equity, advocates for communities of color near industrial facilities seize the moment

  • Will a new way of making hydrogen fluoride take hold?

    In a first for the US, the fluorochemical raw material will be made from a fertilizer industry by-product

  • Periodic Graphics: Natural sweeteners

    Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning provides a taste of the molecules behind some natural sweeteners

  • The secret search for a new job

    If only we could give our employers honest feedback

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ACS Meeting News

ACS hosts Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting

Despite the changes brought on by the pandemic, society shows that the meeting must go on—albeit virtually

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