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Science classes are not inherently dangerous, but when students work with strong chemicals, fast-moving objects, and other unusual materials, there is greater potential for accidents and injuries. Different science classes have different risks depending on the types of experiments the students perform, the equipment they use, and their behavior in the classroom. Students in chemistry should use splash safety goggles to ensure that they have productive but safe learning experiences. These designs are specially coated to resist chemical splashes. They should provide full coverage to the eyes, including wrapping around to the temples to protect against side splashes.

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Science classes are not inherently dangerous, but when students work with strong chemicals, fast-moving objects, and other unusual materials, there is greater potential for accidents and injuries. Different science classes have different risks depending on the types of experiments the students perform, the equipment they use, and their behavior in the classroom. Students in chemistry should use splash safety goggles to ensure that they have productive but safe learning experiences. These designs are specially coated to resist chemical splashes. They should provide full coverage to the eyes, including wrapping around to the temples to protect against side splashes.

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