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plant alkaloids
Find a copy of the U.S. Dispensary from the late 1800's. Try a university library by all means. You ...
1-10-2007 at 12:35
by: phangue
TATP--How sensitive is it?
As to Muslims who kill innocent people, by blowing themselves up—oh, they’ll get all those prett ...
18-6-2007 at 21:50
by: phangue
What is the most ignorant thing you have ever done while conducting an experiment?
I was trying to dissolve fragmented tire leads in about ½ quart of HCl. I decided to hasten the pro ...
13-6-2007 at 14:03
by: phangue
Lab safety
whenever possible, don't store chemicals in glass containers, and always use have lung protection.
13-6-2007 at 13:26
by: phangue
ceramic store chemicals
Harmless, the chemicals are dry and ground very fine. They come in paper bags--some plastic lined, b ...
28-5-2007 at 19:09
by: phangue
ceramic store chemicals
I spotted some interesting chemicals (for low-purity applications) advertised on a typical ceramics ...
22-5-2007 at 21:03
by: phangue
Piperine-Mediated Bioavailability
Someone ask what piperine is used for.

I hope the following is not redundant!

Back in the earl ...
27-12-2006 at 18:34
by: phangue
Bismuth from its Subsalicylate (Pepto-Bismol®)
Check a large farm-supply store in your area for gallon-size jugs of bismuth-type preparations.
27-12-2006 at 18:19
by: phangue
Look for a copy of the U. S. DISPENSARY from the late 18-hundreds. There used to be one in our comm ...
18-11-2006 at 17:49
by: phangue
plutonium bomb
1951 to 1959, I lived with my family in Los Alamos, NM. Nuclear weaponry was very young at that time ...
12-11-2006 at 14:26
by: phangue
Obscure antiquated or household drugs
There are hundreds of these in the U.S. DISPENSARY (a book that most certainly belongs in the old-te ...
9-11-2006 at 18:27
by: phangue
Fastest Acting Poisons
My favorite is aconitine derived from the plant, munkshood
6-11-2006 at 19:46
by: phangue
metal oxides
Thank you bereal511, 12AX7, Elawr, The-Davster, and not-important. You have been very kind and helpf ...
6-11-2006 at 14:58
by: phangue
Sorry! two points well taken. This forum thing is new to me. I don't type well and I ramble a lot. I ...
5-11-2006 at 19:27
by: phangue
metal oxides
KFC with his question on phenol really saved me from forum HELL. I am not much of a chemist, and my ...
5-11-2006 at 17:29
by: phangue
phenol again
Anyone interested it phenol should consult A DICTIONARY OF CHEMISTRY AND ALLIED BRANCHES OF OTHER SC ...
5-11-2006 at 17:19
by: phangue
phenol senthesis
Thank you Darkblade47

The ref. phenol from salicylic acid by distillation is an old one for sure. ...
5-11-2006 at 08:41
by: phangue
phenol senthesis
Sometimes it's just convenient to ask a friend a casual question without taking valuable time to res ...
4-11-2006 at 19:09
by: phangue

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