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Acetone and Methanol
Name: Margaret P. Status: Student Age: 18 Location: N/A Country: N/A Date: 2002
Why do Acetone and methanol break down cell membranes?
Both are strong solvents that can extract various substances from the cell membrane. I do not think that the detrimental effects are limited to just these two solvents.
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