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Definition of terms used
This article uses words such as "juicy", "clean", and "dirty" in a manner that is purportedly to aid laymen in understanding the information. These words do not actually accomplish their goal, in addition to implying facts which can be shown to be false.
With regards to "clean" & "dirty": a compound which is contaminated /could/ be called "dirty", with a purified form being called "clean"; however, this summary is referring to one chemical as clean and another as dirty, with the meaning being that the "dirty" precursor is dangerous and the "clean" product is not. This is both factually incorrect and dangerous, as it presents medical information in a manner that, through warped meaning, will lead to injury if used.
Regarding "juicy", I am a Chemical Engineer and have /NEVER/ heard of a "juicy" electron or Iodine atom. Such a term does not have any scientific merit and belies a lack of anytechnical knowledge by the author.