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Why does ppa require hcl boil before a reaction?
It may simply be a matter of the reaction needs quite a push to proceed in the direction required. T ...
8-7-2006 at 01:55
by: enhzflep
naoh
My guess is that the request was aimed at starting a flame-war.
A quick review of the member data f ...
8-7-2006 at 01:52
by: enhzflep
-1 Posts?
Ha, ha. Yeah - me too. It's just a shame that

"about thioredoxin"
"Mechanism of Permanganate/oxa ...
7-7-2006 at 16:39
by: enhzflep
C-Anfo: Prilled or powdererd?
Sorry Zinc, I'm afraid to say that to my knowledge, there never was a video of the blast in the fiel ...
7-7-2006 at 16:34
by: enhzflep
C-Anfo: Prilled or powdererd?
Surely we can post some usefull links for him.... ;)

ZMK, here's a couple of links you may find u ...
7-7-2006 at 00:57
by: enhzflep
will it dissolve?
Very true YT2095. Didn't have my bifoculs on and overlooked that. ;)

In retrospect, I was rather ...
5-7-2006 at 02:57
by: enhzflep
Silyl protection with HMDS
[quote][i]Originally posted by shrent[/i]
Dear Nicodem,

First, for your kind information, I'm no ...
5-7-2006 at 01:27
by: enhzflep
will it dissolve?
Whaddya think?

What do you think the bubbles in fizzy drinks are?

Why do you think so many win ...
4-7-2006 at 22:59
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
Finally, witness the effects of about 4 or 5 gms blasting gelatin on an unopened can of beer. Being ...
1-7-2006 at 23:29
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
Following the abysmal results on the rock, something both smaller and more brittle was needed. After ...
1-7-2006 at 22:43
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
This time we have 4-5gms blasting gelatin inside the remnants of a blasting drill hole.

Very litt ...
1-7-2006 at 22:24
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
Perhaps one of the more boring videos, this time we have 20gms of 9:1 AN/Smokeless powder. Powder wa ...
1-7-2006 at 22:05
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
This is similar to the above vid. In this instance there was no target and the detonation was carrie ...
1-7-2006 at 21:57
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
This time we have 2mls Nitro soaked into 2 facial tissues. This 'dynamite paper' was then wrapped in ...
1-7-2006 at 21:47
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
Next up, we have about 0.3gms HMTD pressed into a drinking straw, eletrically initiated. Never mind ...
1-7-2006 at 21:36
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
It appears as though the file is too large to be sent as an attachment to some email providers.

I ...
1-7-2006 at 19:33
by: enhzflep
H2SO4 consentration for esters?
[quote][i]Originally posted by neo_90[/i]
but, it's weird, because I get the feeling that concentra ...
30-6-2006 at 02:28
by: enhzflep
For your entertainment....
http://rapidshare.de/files/24428164/ShortCompilation.wmv.html
5 mins of stuff.

1) 0.3gms hmtd el ...
29-6-2006 at 07:18
by: enhzflep
synthesizing copper benzoate?
neo_90 - you need to look up and understand stoichometry.

Imagine if you will, that water-mellons ...
29-6-2006 at 06:10
by: enhzflep
"dry" acetone
[quote][i] Originally Posted by DrP, [/i]
but what does KEWL mean? Does it mean fucking dick head ...
29-6-2006 at 03:29
by: enhzflep
Have you told anyone about the forum?
I've nobody to tell to be honest. I was put onto this site some 18ish months ago, at the same time a ...
29-6-2006 at 03:01
by: enhzflep
H2SO4 by the Lead Chamber Process - success
Yeah, you can _just_ boil the water out. It's just that it takes a lot of energy. The process now us ...
29-6-2006 at 02:35
by: enhzflep
Rocketry Calculation
Not too sure where I got it from, but if you can find a spreadsheet named Grains 2000.xls (maybe gra ...
28-6-2006 at 17:26
by: enhzflep
copper triflate (Copper(II) trifluoromethanesulfonate)
Taken from:
http://www.thieme-connect.com/ejournals/html/synlett/doi/10.1055/s-2005-864835

Coppe ...
25-6-2006 at 01:49
by: enhzflep
ammonium nitrate test...
Urea melting point 135-137 deg c
Ammonium Nitrate melting point 170 deg c

Urea 10% solution pH = ...
25-6-2006 at 01:41
by: enhzflep
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