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A/B/D can be immediately dismissed becuase they are irrelevant to detergeant exposure.

(E) over C here because different households use different brands of detergeants.
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New post 12 Aug 2006, 13:30
Straight E here...

If we directly smear detergents on new plates it would clearly validate on invalidate the hypothesis
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Agreed. (E) looks good. Test it directly on detergents and see if it causes the problem.
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Haha. Definitely E.

This is an exact copy of the guitar strings OG question, where the stupid guy smears grease on teh strings.
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where is the question?
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Ditto what U2 has asked...I can't see the question..
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