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What Chemists Do-Art Conservation Science-Part 2

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Published on Dec 18, 2013

• Discover some of the instrumentation in conservation science, like an X-Ray Powder Diffractometer, which is used to detect crystalline materials at the National Gallery of Art.

"What Chemists Do" is a short video series produced as a service of the American Chemical Society. The series highlights what chemists do across various professional careers and proves that "chemistry is life."

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