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The Chemistry of the 4th of July – Candy
4th July parades and candy go together like peanut butter and jelly. Tossing parade candy to spectators has long been an American tradition and countless Americans have fond memories of catching pieces of candy at a parade, but just what is the chemistry behind these sweet treats:
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