Formaldehyde and all about it.
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Formaldehyde is a colorless gas chemical that was first used for making stained glass. In 1872, Adolf von Baeyer was able to mix it with phenol to form a plastic. Today, formaldehyde is used in many common products in addition to plastics, including fertilizers, preservatives, explosives, mirrors, wood glue, water proofing, circuit boards, and even shampoo. Formaldehyde is also sometimes used in preserving dead bodies, but newer more efficient ways have been developed. At one time it was used in the testing of nuclear bombs.
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