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Ethylene Oxide is often highlighted for its sterilization capabilities in the medical industry. However, the chemical also plays an important role in many other industries where it is used in the production of plastics and also as a fumigant in some agricultural products.

Despite the many uses, ethylene oxide must be handled with extreme care as it is a highly toxic, flammable and explosive gas. An explosion from ethylene oxide would be very dangerous and can spread several thousand feet. Because of the properties of ethylene oxide (EtO), special care must be taken particularly when transporting and storing the gas.

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There is immense focus put on the amount of carbon emitted into the environment every year. Although typically focused on the negative effects, there are some positives including an increase of vegetation around the world.

One of the elementary lessons of photosynthesis, simply put, is that carbon dioxide is used as food for plants. Of course, there are complex processes and other resources that contribute, but one of the main requirements is carbon dioxide. Because of the higher atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, plants have been flourishing around the world.

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