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"The activities and demonstrations are for the entire community. It's a completely free event, and it's part of the National Chemistry Week for the American Chemical Society. The undergraduates and graduate students that help out with our activities and demonstrations give very nice, basic scientific explanations of natural phenomena that occur in everyday life. The community loves this event, and it gets bigger and bigger each year."

Dr. Stephanie A. McCartney, Texas A&M chemist
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