Bottling An Antidote For Germs 1/3/12
Tens of thousands of people go to the hospital every year... and die after they are infected there.
One very effective way to kill that deadly bacteria is to clean with chlorine dioxide.
As a gas, however, the chemical compound can be unstable and dangerous.
Ian Knapp of Tech Development, LLC explains to TV 20's David Snyder how research started at UF is making a way to make chlorine dioxide so safe, it can be used in a windex bottle.
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