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THIS CACHE IS NOT AT THE POSTED COORDINATES
A common sight in chemistry classrooms around the nation (and on the sides of semi trailers) is the NFPA 704 diamond you see in the background. I don't know if it's been long since you've been in a classroom, but you better hope you're still familiar with the diamond.
PLEASE NOTE: The difficulty level is for the cache hide itself, not the puzzle.
Coordinates in format: N 39 AB.CDE W 084 FG.HIJ
A: The health number plus the reactivity number for the lightest metal on the periodic table.
B. The sum of all of the NFPA numbers for dihydrogen monoxide.
C. One plus the flammability number for the molecular form of the universe's most abundant element.
D. Double the reactivity number of elemental fluorine.
E. Two times the health number for the most prevalent compound in table salt.
F. The sum of all of the NFPA numbers for the lightest group 18 element.
G. Two times the health number for element As.
H.Four times the health number for the very common stimulating drug with formula C8H10N4O2.
I. The health number for the simplest organic compound.
J. The number of fluorides in the harmless gas commonly used to lower one's voice.
Good luck and happy hunting! Feel free to contact me if need be!
Please keep in mind that you do not need to enter the area that the cache is placed in front of, nor open the large object at the GZ.
You can check your answers for this puzzle on GeoChecker.com.
IF YOUR SOLUTION IS NOT WORKING, please realize that some sources label each substance with different values. I tried to use the most common one. If you're still stuck, feel free to contact me.
Congrats to Katiebear21, DACooper, and Zombiehuntermatt for the FTF!
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