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  • noun Plural form of aldehyde.

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  • These compounds are called aldehydes, and they cause injury to body cells.

    The New Super-Nutrition

  • These compounds are called aldehydes, and they cause injury to body cells.

    The New Super-Nutrition

  • Adding to the discussion developing here, if you were to look at my holy grail list - the scents run the gamut from greens, to orientals, to florals, to aldehydes - in other words - I think its damn near impossible to create one scent to satisfy a perfumista on every level.

    Bespoke Perfumes? Perfume in the Glossies March 2008.

  • So she designed a scent that married sensual jasmine and musk with new fragrance chemicals called aldehydes that created the clean laundry smell she remembered from the convent.

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  • So she designed a scent that married sensual jasmine and musk with new fragrance chemicals called aldehydes that created the clean laundry smell she remembered from the convent.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The reactions convert most of the dispersed oil droplets - which float on water to cause sheen - into acids and chemicals known as aldehydes and ketones.

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  • The reactions convert most of the dispersed oil droplets - which float on water to cause sheen - into acids and chemicals known as aldehydes and ketones.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Aufderheide suggested to the researchers there that the area where Leonardo was found might have been swampy, because chemicals called aldehydes normally found in swamps can prevent decay.

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  • He says chemicals called aldehydes are normally found in swamps, and they may have simply prevented the decay of Leonardo's internal organs long enough for them to become fossilized.

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  • He says chemicals called aldehydes are normally found in swamps, and they may have simply prevented the decay of Leonardo's internal organs long enough for them to become fossilized.

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