Mercury Wings

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Chemical and Engineering News,  a weekly magazine published by the American Chemical Society, featured excerpts from a letter submitted by Microtrace scientists to the humorous Newscripts column regarding Buffalo Wild Wings use of the elemental symbol for mercury, Hg, to promote their Honey Ginger wing sauce and a salon from Michigan named H2O2, the chemical formula for hydrogen peroxide, an apt and accurate name for a salon.

Read the full column in C&E news here (no subscription needed).

Chemical and Engineering News, Newscripts.  Volume 92 Issue 22, p40, June 2, 2014.

Chemical & Engineering News is a weekly magazine published by the American Chemical Society and sent to over 160,000 chemists, chemical engineers and scientists around the world. C&EN editors and reporters based in Europe, the U.S., and Asia cover science and technology, business and industry, government and policy, education, and employment aspects of the chemistry field.

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