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Explain why you and your classmates may have a different reaction to exposure to the same chemical. Provide a specific example.

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There are actually various different reasons why two individuals would have differing responses to the same exposure to a given chemical. The first is individual susceptibility to the chemical. Some individuals suffer allergic reactions to certain chemicals and so their response will differ. For example ...

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This solution is a short explanation of why different people can have differing responses to the same exposure to a given chemical.

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