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800 Busse HighwayUSIllinoisPark Ridge60068
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Interra Global carries a complete line of molecular sieve desiccants, silica gel desiccant, activated alumina desiccant, and inert bed support. 
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Here's a fun video regarding adsorbents and the little packets you often see that says "do not eat".
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Silica Gel as a superior bed bug fighter!
Dusts are becoming more popular for bed bugs. Although earlier trials with diatomaceous earth were disappointing, University of Kentucky researchers and pest professionals are seeing exciting things with silica gel.
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For the inquiring minds who asked: What is activated alumina?
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Have a great 4th of July weekend!
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Q: Is silica gel polar? What significance does this hold for its adsorption capabilities?

A: Silica gel is a polar adsorbent. This allows it to preferentially adsorb other polar materials. When it comes to polarity, materials interact more with like materials. This principle is particularly important to many laboratories, which use silica gel as the stationary phase for column chromatography separations.

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Also, polarity is not a "yes" or "no" property. There is a spectrum, and all chemical compounds lie somewhere on that scale.
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Thanks a lot...
It's the time of year where we feel like should feel thankful, but it turns out that gratitude is actually good for you.
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In the words of Thomas Dolby: Science!
ESA’s Rosetta mission has soft-landed its Philae probe on a comet, the first time in history that such an extraordinary feat has been achieved.
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Dry flowers with silica gel.
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Here's something cool - a way to actually see adsorption and desorption taking place on a surface! Read below to learn more....
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Happy Thanksgiving!
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The turkey may be known as Franklin’s fowl. Ben Franklin admired the turkey in a letter to his daughter where he wrote that the turkey, more than the eagle, best represents the American spirit. He wrote that the turkey is "...a Bird of Courage, and would not hesitate to attack a Grenadier of the British Guards who should presume to invade his Farm Yard with a red Coat on.”  Go Turkey!
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