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    Hydrogen Peroxide

    Is the sentence natural English?

    Ja-Liang Lin, the supervisor of Clinical Toxicology Division in Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, said, “Some of the dishonest businessmen use Hydrogen Peroxide solution (H2O2)or Pesticide bactericide to make disposable chopsticks. People should not use them.”

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    Re: Hydrogen Peroxide

    It's good enough.
    I'd write "Ja-Liang Lin, the supervisor of the Clinical ... " And a space after the brackets.

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