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It’s been a while since we talked about a frisky chemical compound here. The last time, it was chlorine trifluoride, but this time we’ll take it to a whole new level of nasty and discuss dioxygen difluoride (O2F2) or, as onomatopoeically inclined chemists prefer to rewrite the formula, FOOF. Foof! is what happens when this […]

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