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02:22, 10 December 2005 Raven4x4x (removed FPC tag)
00:01, 3 December 2005 PFHLai (remove {{mprotected}} -- no longer on MainPage)
01:02, 2 December 2005 Pharos ({{mprotected}})
19:24, 26 November 2005 Wimvandorst (FPC, copy-edit, and corrected license)
12:00, 23 October 2005 Wimvandorst (Picture is an edit of <a href="/w/index.php?title=Image:AceticAcid010.jpg&action=edit" class="new" title="Image:AceticAcid010.jpg">image:AceticAcid010.jpg</a>)

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