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Anyone for Tea?

Anyone for Tea? by Alison Hennessy Published in Chemistry & Industry (13): 518-519, July 6...
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  • Anyone for Tea? Editor's Pick

    Higher Chemistry Tutor (Edinburgh) Picture Anyone for Tea? by Alison Hennessy Published in Chemistry & Industry (13): 518-519, July 6 1998. Green tea has been consumed throughout Asia since 2737 BC. Legend has it that the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung was drinking a cup of boiling water during a break from his duties when a leaf from a...
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