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[*] posted on 8-2-2006 at 09:05
binding water within chemical reactions

I have a idea using a couple of several chemical converting or binding water within chemical reactions, for example when
sensible chemical can not nitrated with H2SO4 or useable as
a solvent.

Maybe the follows are convenient:

TFA - triflouroacetic acid
TFAA - triflouroacetic acid anhydride
TFA, TFAA and acetic acid anhydride
maybe too boron triflouride complexes are sense and
are more stable like the acetic acid anhydride itself.
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[*] posted on 21-2-2006 at 19:58

? im not even sure what your asking? i might not be reading it right either, can u please clarify what your talking about and asking?

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[*] posted on 22-2-2006 at 13:00

P2O5 (Diphosphorpentoxide) is used together with 100% HNO3 (Anhydrous Nitric Acid) to Nitrate Cellulose to the Trinitrate stage (or Hexanitrate, as some would rather refer too).

Igniting Cotton which has been Nitrated in this manner results in a load "bang".:o Quit a surprise, when you are used to igniting Cellulose which has been Nitrated by the conventional HNO3/H2SO4 mix.
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