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Deuterated acetone.
Jonny... as you couldnt be bothered to read it the first time... here it is again!

[quote][i]Orig ...
12-9-2004 at 14:04
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
[quote][i]Originally posted by JohnWW[/i]
Marvin: Is regurgitating what has already gone all you ca ...
12-9-2004 at 11:55
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
this is starting to look very undignified jonny......

Having been shown to be catagorically wrong ...
12-9-2004 at 11:42
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
Yeah... thats right... yield doesnt bother me..... Im interested in gettin the right isotope in the ...
11-9-2004 at 20:13
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
man... for a guy who claims to be a chemical engineer.... you certainly do make some dumbass stateme ...
11-9-2004 at 16:06
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
There is nothing wrong with this experimental (if you read the whole thing.. there is enough info to ...
11-9-2004 at 07:11
by: Proteios
deuterium oxide for rare earths
[quote][i]Originally posted by JohnWW[/i]
Because of other electron-drawing groups in the molecules ...
10-9-2004 at 10:42
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
[quote][i]Originally posted by JohnWW[/i]
You added NOTHING new to the matters under consideration, ...
10-9-2004 at 10:04
by: Proteios
Homogeneous solutions
if you dont stir... the rate of your reaction may be bottlenecked by the notoriously slow process of ...
9-9-2004 at 23:31
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
chuckle.... im with marvin on this one... dont be so sensitive and show some humilty jonny!

and f ...
9-9-2004 at 18:18
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
chuckle... the [i]Farmsworth Fusor[/i] is for amateurs.... thats why... when I need a reliable Gigaw ...
8-9-2004 at 00:32
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
yup... if i were after D6 benzene.. thats how i would do it. Benzene is cheap.... D2O is cheap.... ...
6-9-2004 at 10:19
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
i remember reading this when CF first came out:

"The energy aspect of this field has another ...
5-9-2004 at 23:04
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
nope... but that what happens when you get people goin high profile and nailing their reputations to ...
5-9-2004 at 16:22
by: Proteios
Deuterated acetone.
Yeah... I was recently at a Gordon Research Conference at which this was discussed..... Like cold fu ...
5-9-2004 at 13:21
by: Proteios
deuterium oxide for rare earths
[quote][i]Originally posted by JohnWW[/i]
.. has NOTHING to do with the effect of D on NMR spectra! ...
5-9-2004 at 11:12
by: Proteios
deuterium oxide for rare earths
[quote][i]Originally posted by Marvin[/i]
John,

Once again you are speculating with no informati ...
4-9-2004 at 23:20
by: Proteios
Blue? Potassium chlorate/perchlorate?
[quote][i]Originally posted by The Ed[/i]
Since there's a chance it's chromium or nickel ...
2-9-2004 at 23:03
by: Proteios
Chlorine
loads of gases form hydrates....clatherates.....methane, SO2, all the noble gases. The conditions a ...
2-7-2004 at 05:05
by: Proteios
Parabolic Nature of Projectile Motion.
to a first degree approx. it should be parabolic. However, the more detail you look at the more com ...
2-7-2004 at 04:54
by: Proteios
Copper Chloride as a solution
i first came across the idea of using injects to print cheap n simple circuits years ago... but only ...
2-7-2004 at 04:49
by: Proteios
theoretical yeild
lol.....ive got a better answer than that.....

the theoretical yield is 100 % :D
29-6-2004 at 11:05
by: Proteios
Smarter ways to get High Enegy chemicals.
[quote][i]Originally posted by DarkVigilante[/i]
For example a thing NEVER to try - put elemental ...
23-6-2004 at 13:25
by: Proteios
State by state chem laws
yeah... the world is full of dumbass regulations....
I once needed 1g of 13CS2, Aldrich made the ch ...
20-6-2004 at 11:01
by: Proteios
Nitric Acid Synthesis
65mb give or take 1/10th of an atmosphere.... Yeah.. that aint too bad a vacuum.... i would expect ...
20-6-2004 at 08:36
by: Proteios
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