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[*] posted on 18-1-2015 at 12:11


Not exactly sure how this works, but I have an article I'm going to add to the pre-publication sub-forum for review, etc.

Use of Iron-Cyanide Anion Salts as Indicators Rev. 1




My write-ups are on here...
http://www.MeltThe.Ga or http://ptp.x10.mx
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[*] posted on 6-5-2016 at 23:18


I plan to write up a Prepub article on recrystallisation of Sulphur from Xylenes shortly.
I don't think that has been done yet?

[Edited on 7-5-2016 by Volanschemia]




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[*] posted on 16-10-2016 at 00:39


Writing an article about an Aluminum/Gallium/Indium/Tin alloy that can substitute for Al/Hg in nearly every case, but without the toxicity that's characteristic of mercury.
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[*] posted on 6-1-2017 at 07:43


A Beginners guide to the large scale Fischer esterification
(With photos)



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[*] posted on 8-3-2018 at 12:01
Synthesis of ethylbenzoate


I finished my epic synthesis yesterday and now I'm compiling/translating the results into a Prepublication entry. Took some pictures as well, so you will get eyecandy too :-)

It was really "epic", lasted for 4+ days, utilized two different methods for esterification, made silly mistakes that slowed down even more the otherwise also slow progress of things.

I comitted more than five full A/4 pages of lab notes during this synthesis but in the end I reached my goal and now I have about 450 g sickeningly sweet / minty smelling water clear liquid in a closed flask.
Did I say I hate semi-micro when one can go macro? :-)

It still requires several hours of text and photo editing, translation, proofreading and such before I can upload the article. Within a few days I can finish it I hope. It will be my first prepublication attempt so please bear with me!
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[*] posted on 20-3-2018 at 11:16
Synthesis of m-nitro-ethylbenzoate


The ethylbenzoate saga continues.

I'm over two batches, same procedure. The second one went more quickly and gave better yield. Ahh, the routine! :-)

Took pictures - as usual. :-)

Hopefuly can provide melting point data now on as well.

A few more days and I'll post the article.
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[*] posted on 17-4-2018 at 10:05


I am currently composing a publication on the preparation of various ferrocyanide salts of copper. I intend for it to cover 3 or 4 and to be fully illustrated. I would be happy to hear recommendations on how to characterize said salts; All are inorganic, ionic and most insoluble in water.

I gave already purchase the reagents I require, gotten time scheduled at the lab for the project, and write several procedures and an abstract.




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