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Oxymercuration co-solvent ???
Problem is though, if you do the reaction acid-catalyzed, the carbon chain may re-arrange giving you ...
5-1-2005 at 14:30
by: bennator
How did you find the Mad Science Discussion Board?
A link someone posted on physicsforums.
29-12-2004 at 12:13
by: bennator
What’s the average age?
17, but I don't post much, because I haven't done any experimenting lately.
29-12-2004 at 12:06
by: bennator
LEO GER is sooooo much better than OIL RIG :D
6-12-2004 at 13:02
by: bennator
Unknown Compounds
It's seen here in the US too, it's actually a fairly common shorthand system.
12-10-2004 at 17:52
by: bennator
Sodium fluoride attacks glass?
I would assume that such attack would only occur in large amounts in solution, however, powdered NaF ...
13-8-2004 at 13:25
by: bennator
Gas masks
I don't know what else you are working with, but I happen to be spending my summer in a proteom ...
4-8-2004 at 13:23
by: bennator
Reaction of molybdenum with nitric acid.
I just dissolved some Ammonium Molybdate in H2O, the solution it formed was clear. Strangely enough, ...
16-7-2004 at 09:55
by: bennator
Strange Draincleaner and Stickytack
I don't know if this has been mentioned, or tried, but you can try adding a hydroxide and see i ...
4-7-2004 at 10:30
by: bennator
aluminium foil
Maybe an oxide? I don't think mercury oxide would form, as it is less active than aluminum, but ...
29-6-2004 at 09:37
by: bennator
Practical catalyst for H2O2 decomposition.
One chemistry textbook I looked at used Iodine catalyzed decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide as an ex ...
20-6-2004 at 18:53
by: bennator
Best and worst smelling chemicals?
The worst that I've smelled so far has to be 2-mercaptoethanol. Stupid disulfide link breaker. ...
19-6-2004 at 19:58
by: bennator

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