Introduction: How to Find Sources on Safe Commercial Materials
did you ever wonder what they put in our materials and how safe is it well that's what this article is for
what you will need
a computer with internet
a chemical spider account (preferable)
a google account (also preferable )
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Step 1: Find the Find the Patent Number
look for the patent number ( i know it's a trademark symbol but it would also work if you know where to look)
but think of it as a test for legitimacy ( but even if they do steal the number it's the thieves are still trackable ,
just like how the people track cyber footprints )
what you will need in the document includes the chemical name , and other details
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Step 2: Research It
when you got the information you need check it on a couple sites at least here is a couple perfect examples that would be perfect
run up the chemical on chemical spider so you can educate yourself enough to do suitable research
then run up on google scholar and save what you find
you might even want to subscribe to the research ( this is one of the reasons why it's good to have an account)
then your done