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“Getty Images Sound engineer and former LSD cook Owsley Stanley on stage with the Grateful Dead Mr. Stanley was credited with distributing thousands—some say millions— of doses of high-purity LSD, often for free at concerts and "acid tests" run by Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters.”
“The arrival of rogue high-purity batches of heroin is believed to have triggered a spate of overdose deaths in the middle of Britain's longest heroin drought, drugs charities have warned.”
“Researchers do not only need smart students and decent infrastructure; extremely specialized instruments, and high-purity chemicals are required too.”
“Friends of mine that came over to north america and then have gone back to asian universities complain bitterly about lacking all the things that north american universities take for granted (clean lab water, access to instruments, high-purity chemicals).”
“Which means that in order to have a world-class university, you need a group of private companies to support that university and supply it with instruments and high-purity chemicals.”
“The Consortium needed a new supplier, someone who could easily furnish $100 million worth of high-purity cocaine from month to month.”
“Having made this high-purity population of cells, we then put it into spinal-cord-injured rodents and restored their ability largely to walk.”
“Dr. KEIRSTEAD: Well, having succeeded in making one human cell population of the spinal cord from stem cells, we decided to try again and succeeded in making very high-purity populations of spinal cord cell type called a motor neuron that's lost in diseases like ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease.”
“Tires will stay properly inflated even longer with high-purity nitrogen.”
“PurigeN98TM high-purity nitrogen guarantees results.”
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