Agent Orange: Origins of the catastrophic killing agent

Friday, May 21, 2010

Origins of the catastrophic killing agent

It began by a study conducted by Arthur Galston who was widely known for the social impact his work had on chemical science. The research was merely a temptation for the desire to adapt soy beans for short growing seasons. A continuation of Galston's discovery of triiodobenzoic acid in the year... Sign in to see full entry.

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