Kerri Pullo & De Villo Sloan: GAsemics Series – Gas Chromatography

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GAsemic Chromatography #1

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GAsemic Chromatography #2

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GAsemic Chromatography #3

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GAsemic Chromatography #4

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GAsemic Chromatography #5

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GAsemic Chromatography #6

In this episode, Asemic Mom is exposed to ever more powerful strains of Asemic Gas derived from common household products. Scientists search for answers about the mysterious origin of asemic gas using chromatography.

Bonus

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. annetrixiemona
    May 06, 2013 @ 20:25:39

    fabulous!

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  2. minkrancher
    May 06, 2013 @ 23:53:48

    Thanks Kerri, I feel that the series is by no means finished. And thank you for creating Asemic Mom. As you might have guessed, some of the pieces were produced when I sprayed some everyday household disinfectant on construction paper & started to become overwhelmed with the fumes. I thought, “Have I finally discovered the secret of asemic gas?” No, I hadn’t. But I did have the idea for Asemic Mom’s next adventure.

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  3. minkrancher
    May 06, 2013 @ 23:58:42

    And – then I tried using stencils, but the bleach mostly ate through the stencils, but there might be some asemics in there.

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  4. suffolkrebecca
    May 09, 2013 @ 12:38:57

    I see some synergy with DK’s tie-dyed paper towels – didn’t she do that? Great colours and layering! It’s really quite creepy when you think about it.

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