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I reported the previous post as spam about 10 hours ago, and it's still sitting there.
25-9-2018 at 14:16
by: JJay
Phenyllithium attemt
Phenyllithium will react with xylene, exchanging a benzylic hydrogen per methyl group for lithium. I ...
24-9-2018 at 14:15
by: JJay
Hydrogen
I think it takes extended reaction times and some heat to reduce oximes with hydrogen on platinum... ...
24-9-2018 at 04:20
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry (provisional)
I've been thinking about doing that too. I have to wonder if there isn't an easier way, though... so ...
23-9-2018 at 15:53
by: JJay
Hydrogen
Well, there's always nickel boride....



23-9-2018 at 14:40
by: JJay
Hydrogen
I was thinking about using it to reduce 3,4-dihydroxynitrostyrene, amongst other things. It's probab ...
23-9-2018 at 01:48
by: JJay
Hydrogen
I would probably just dump hydrochloric acid on shredded aluminum in a glass jug and quickly stopper ...
22-9-2018 at 16:47
by: JJay
Hydrogen
The more I think about this yoga ball idea, the better I like it. You could even regulate the pressu ...
22-9-2018 at 13:04
by: JJay
Hydrogen
[rquote=537542&tid=93651&author=RogueRose]Wouldn't Al be just as good if not better than Zn ...
22-9-2018 at 12:42
by: JJay
Hydrogen
What is the most common source of hydrogen for hydrogenation reactions? It can be generated easily e ...
22-9-2018 at 11:40
by: JJay
Preparing sodium bisulfite solution
The equilibrium usually substantially favors the bisulfite ion... according to this article, the equ ...
22-9-2018 at 03:15
by: JJay
Preparing sodium bisulfite solution
I am extremely reluctant to answer this question because a) this subject would be taught in the firs ...
21-9-2018 at 19:41
by: JJay
Does water and acetic acid form an azeotrope?
There's no formal azeotrope, but water and acetic acid are very hard to separate. Theoretically, you ...
21-9-2018 at 18:47
by: JJay
Measuring the pressure of an explosion
I'm guessing you could use something like compressible brass tubes of different thicknesses requirin ...
21-9-2018 at 17:02
by: JJay
Tired of reporting spam
The spammers are in rare form today. I have never seen so much. I must have reported 20 of them this ...
21-9-2018 at 13:17
by: JJay
Vac Distillation of Water keeps stalling? Too high vacuum?
If you see a lot of oil vapor coming out, I practically guarantee that there's a leak somewhere.
20-9-2018 at 16:35
by: JJay
Vac Distillation of Water keeps stalling? Too high vacuum?
If you put your finger over the exhaust of your vacuum pump, does pressure build up?
20-9-2018 at 16:26
by: JJay
How to deal with oil mist on vacuum pumps?
You can run the exhaust through cotton. It will catch most of the fine particles and can also make s ...
20-9-2018 at 16:11
by: JJay
Demethylation of Vanillin and Eugenol
[rquote=537003&tid=92847&author=clearly_not_atara]I never said otherwise. 4-(2-bromopropyl)- ...
20-9-2018 at 14:42
by: JJay
German essay about 18th century's chemistry
I was under the impression that the alchemists used lead retorts for sulfuric acid.
20-9-2018 at 12:12
by: JJay
Mystery Glassware Identification Thread
[rquote=536907&tid=31602&author=RogueRose]I've never seen this type of screw top on these bo ...
20-9-2018 at 08:55
by: JJay
Demethylation of Vanillin and Eugenol
[rquote=536525&tid=92847&author=myr]Have you seen the paper for AlI3/tetrabutylammonium? Xyl ...
19-9-2018 at 13:33
by: JJay
Liquid Lewis acids
300 C is the minimum temperature for the reaction to take place... it is usually run at 800-900 C.
19-9-2018 at 11:39
by: JJay
Liquid Lewis acids
I want to know if boron tribromide and sodium hydride react to make sodium borohydride.
19-9-2018 at 11:38
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry (provisional)
Getting ready to run some distillations....

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19-9-2018 at 05:39
by: JJay
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