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[*] posted on 11-5-2003 at 19:07
Fundamental Processes of Dye Chemistry online


Like duct tape, coal tar and its derivatives can do almost anything. Whether you're interested in making a rainbow of colors, enhancing your knowledge of aromatic chemistry retro-tech, or recreating some of history's most notorious occupational exposure hazards, Fundamental Processes of Dye Chemistry can improve your life and enhance your sex appeal.

Indigo! :cool:

Anthranillic acid! :D

Benzidine! :o

All yours for the taking!

Gentlemen, start your autoclaves.

http://bcis.pacificu.edu/~polverone/dyechem.html
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thumbup.gif posted on 11-5-2003 at 22:41


Thanks! It looks like I'm ready for this improvement, but just not now. Can you tell me how long the download will be available?

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[*] posted on 12-5-2003 at 02:25
wonderful!


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with autoclaves and coal tar, you can make anything

And with Fischer-Tropsch you can make even more...:D
(some zeolithes might help)

thanks Polverone!
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[*] posted on 12-5-2003 at 07:44
This one is permanent


Since the book is from 1949 I don't think I need to fear the Kopyright Kops. I will be leaving it up permanently. Oh, and you're welcome. :)

Now Organikum, I will be in awe and fear of you if you manage to apply Fischer-Tropsch in your improvised lab. Next thing I hear you'll be building your own CANDU reactor so you can use radiolytic chemistry in your personal synthetic challenges. :P
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[*] posted on 12-5-2003 at 11:26


Thanks for the info Polverone, I'm looking forward to get this book in a few weeks :D
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[*] posted on 15-5-2003 at 18:18
CANDU reactor?


Sounds exciting, but my interests are more related to the "Evolution Machine" I read once about. (One example is told to be in a museum in Bonn, Germany. Dunno if it works so) ;)
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[*] posted on 16-5-2003 at 00:21


Hey, there is a very good TNP synthesis out of phenol method in this book.
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