Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang answered KB Baldwin's question

Ohhhhhhhhhhh!!!! A REAL question amongst all that spam!!!! I FOUND YOU!!!!!! LOL!

I have a theory I tell my kids...... The bubbles are killing the germs. When it stops bubbling, the germs are dead. LOL! :0)

Now scientifically...... I am not sure. Great question though. :0)

Anonymous
Anonymous answered

Cell-Penetrating Peptides (CPPs), also known as protein transduction domains (PTDs) or membrane transduction peptides (MTPs) have been widely used for the intracellular uptake and delivery of various macromolecules, or "cargo", which are associated with the peptides either via covalent bond or through non-covalent interaction, such as TAT family peptides. As an attractive … Read more

Gokula krishnan
Gokula krishnan answered

You will need tremendous amount of energy to get to the electrons (-ve) as you get closer to the nucleus (+ve)  , as you remove electrons , other electrons gets closer to the nucleus so more attraction will take place , and it's difficult to ionise , that's why .