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The Case Of The Mysterious Behavior Of Some Chemical Elements (Spanish)

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Sherlock Olmos decides to dig deeper into dark corner of this great house to investigate the suspicious behavior of some chemical elements. The exchange of electrons and the characteristics of hydrogen, fluorine gas, and the noble gases are the primary subjects of his investigation. Part of Chemistry: Solved by Sherlock Olmos Series.

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