Stephen, It is always comforting when majority rules are used as a substitute for science. I assume the same "Reed Logic" applies to using the carbon email@example.com
Hi Hugh There were a few dissenting voices. There was a lot of discussion but the vote by the members was in the majority for PAH. You would have to ask for
Stephan, Where were these sage observations on PAH adsorption when IBI was formulating the obligatory testing for PAHs for biochars in the IBI Characterizationhsmclaughlin@verizon.net
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