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Solid phase synthesis
Thanks again!

They say, SS beads are swollen and made homogeneous by mechanical and ultrasonic st ...
13-4-2007 at 23:37
by: frogfot
Solid phase synthesis
Davster, thanks for the pass. I didn't know we had such forum section until now :)

Our software f ...
7-4-2007 at 22:37
by: frogfot
Solid phase synthesis
Sorry I'm late, something has died in my comp and I had to dig up my old one and connect to internet ...
7-4-2007 at 11:24
by: frogfot
Solid phase synthesis
Ok, long time I've been here.

I beleave we have some chem gurus in here that may help with this.. ...
1-4-2007 at 12:59
by: frogfot
Ranque-Hilsch vortex tubes.
I've been inspired by this thing for quite some long time since you've did this thread.

Anyway, t ...
23-7-2006 at 02:47
by: frogfot
Condensation
Just wondering, is there any risk of intermolecularly catalysed transesterification? I mean the fina ...
25-6-2006 at 01:34
by: frogfot
Weird compound
That's a quite useful method and they seem to get pretty big yields.

You're right about acetamide ...
25-6-2006 at 01:01
by: frogfot
Linear motor
[quote][i]Originally posted by YT2095[/i]
but be very carefull with it, it can exert Massive amount ...
24-6-2006 at 23:35
by: frogfot
Linear motor
Well, you have a point there, but I had an initial idea and it was to stear the arm with a joystick. ...
23-6-2006 at 23:23
by: frogfot
Linear motor
Maby I'm reinventing the wheel but I got this idea of a linear motor. Long time I had an urge to mak ...
23-6-2006 at 22:03
by: frogfot
Triphosgene Removal
Could there be incompleate conversion? Cause something isn't right... you said that minimal yield is ...
18-6-2006 at 01:29
by: frogfot
My website. Mostly projects for the lab.
I can't see Swedish flag, though I visited your page some time when you've started this thread..
Di ...
17-6-2006 at 22:22
by: frogfot
Triphosgene Removal
I find it funny that an isocyanate would survive aqueous basic reaction/workup conditions.. So, I gu ...
17-6-2006 at 22:11
by: frogfot
alkene and ester reduction
Oh, I was late there.. :/

Strange that they didn't mention the reduction of nonconjugated double ...
27-3-2006 at 02:42
by: frogfot
alkene and ester reduction
Thanks Sandmeyer. I checked the references (the second ref didn't work for some reason and I'll chec ...
26-3-2006 at 00:56
by: frogfot
alkene and ester reduction
I'm wondering if there's some general procedure for reduction of an alkene and ester groups (in same ...
25-3-2006 at 11:46
by: frogfot
A NMR difficulty
[quote]The signal of the single CHO-proton is way too weak to be used as reference[/quote]

Why no ...
12-3-2006 at 11:05
by: frogfot
Glyme
Bromic, yes I was also thinking about furan/acetone crown, the memory comes back. I have that synth ...
3-2-2006 at 15:35
by: frogfot
Hoffmann type rearrangement
Phase transfer catalysts seems like an overkill.. On an other thoat, it may just be easier to use mi ...
29-1-2006 at 10:41
by: frogfot
Glyme
Whow, that's a very interesting stuff! If it's used in cleaning products than it shouldn't be as haz ...
29-1-2006 at 10:12
by: frogfot
Hoffmann type rearrangement
Thanks for sharing the article runlabrun.

Nick F, you're right.. and on second thoat it would be ...
22-1-2006 at 16:04
by: frogfot
Hoffmann type rearrangement
While doing a project I stumbled upon an interesting reaction, described here:
JACS, 87:5, 1141, 19 ...
13-1-2006 at 13:32
by: frogfot
Acetic anhydride preparation
[quote]The synthesis yields something which looks like Ac2O and distills at the same teperature as A ...
10-12-2005 at 01:22
by: frogfot
Home made spectrometer
Holy cow! What about a homemade HPLC coupled to UV detector? Seems to be easy to make in theory, usi ...
3-12-2005 at 13:45
by: frogfot
Acetic anhydride preparation
[quote]
*Cough* Silicon, NOT siliconE.
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Lol, thanks :)

I'd go with reduction o ...
3-12-2005 at 13:25
by: frogfot
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