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Decarboxylation of L-tryptophan in DMSO
Oh yes, I have researched it quite a bit.
Here are some places you could gather information from.
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1-12-2020 at 15:14
by: ArbuzToWoda
Decarboxylation of L-tryptophan in DMSO
Looks nice. Why did this route specifically catch your eye? I've heard only good things about NaBH4/ ...
1-12-2020 at 11:23
by: ArbuzToWoda
Mystery Glassware Identification Thread
Some call it "koń" where I live, so a horse. But I doubt that applies to other countries!
26-11-2020 at 01:01
by: ArbuzToWoda
Maximum amount concentration
[rquote=649543&tid=156565&author=Umbrellaterm]Arbuz , respectfully, I already said I have no ...
21-11-2020 at 05:58
by: ArbuzToWoda
Maximum amount concentration
Admins...?
I don't want to be the bad guy and the killjoy, but this is getting really bad-sounding. ...
20-11-2020 at 08:44
by: ArbuzToWoda
Maximum amount concentration
Just do a google search.
6 HCl + K3[Fe(CN)6] → 6 HCN + FeCl3 + 3 KCl
HCl + KCN -> HCN + KCl
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20-11-2020 at 07:01
by: ArbuzToWoda
Amine to Alkane
Oh god... that sounds like a lot and lot of unneccessary hassle. If you're able to pull out more tha ...
19-11-2020 at 12:23
by: ArbuzToWoda
Amine to Alkane
Oh. That is rather funny considering the most accesible way to your products would be THROUGH adipic ...
19-11-2020 at 09:48
by: ArbuzToWoda
THF ( tetrahydrofuran)
Where did you get the information that spandex is made of THF? It's an urethane containing polymer, ...
19-11-2020 at 09:23
by: ArbuzToWoda
Isocyanate synthesis via halide displacement
[rquote=649414&tid=156558&author=njl]

edit: With this in mind, it seems like isocyanates ...
19-11-2020 at 09:15
by: ArbuzToWoda
Amine to Alkane
Are you sure it's the IUPAC name for this compound? Please include a CAS or SMILES.
I see you're st ...
19-11-2020 at 09:12
by: ArbuzToWoda
LAH reduction question(s)
If you were to reflux it for longer periods of time and was worried about the moisture, there's a gr ...
17-11-2020 at 06:39
by: ArbuzToWoda
NaBH4 substitute
[rquote=649243&tid=156548&author=DraconicAcid]It's not the same reaction. A carboxylic acid ...
16-11-2020 at 13:10
by: ArbuzToWoda
LAH reduction question(s)
Here are your answers:
1. It's okay to use the stabilized product. The butylated hydroxytoluene doe ...
16-11-2020 at 10:11
by: ArbuzToWoda
LAH reduction question(s)
Is this topic still under construction or...


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16-11-2020 at 09:40
by: ArbuzToWoda
Potassium Ferrocyanide synthesis and purification?
Because they are very cheap, non toxic and readily available. No need to go through all that hassle. ...
15-11-2020 at 13:24
by: ArbuzToWoda
Zinc + acid = weird smell
It's not sulfates that cause this, but sulfides. They're commonly present as iron sulfide and zinc s ...
14-11-2020 at 15:32
by: ArbuzToWoda
Does methanol smell like anything to you?
Give me a second...
Ok, 1ml diluted with a couple mls of water tasted like you'd expect it to. Burn ...
14-11-2020 at 12:39
by: ArbuzToWoda
2-butanol from Butanone (MEK)
By itself? Are you sure? Maybe activated, like described here: https://patents.google.com/patent/US4 ...
14-11-2020 at 10:55
by: ArbuzToWoda
Iodine did not precipitate from Potassium Iodide? (HCL+ H2O2)
I think an excess of some reducing agent (sodium thiosulfate or bisulfite) would suffice. Then quenc ...
14-11-2020 at 08:21
by: ArbuzToWoda
Chloric Acid
Do your research. Metals: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=7036&context= ...
14-11-2020 at 08:15
by: ArbuzToWoda
Oxalic acid and nitric acid
No, not cheap, but available.
13-11-2020 at 15:40
by: ArbuzToWoda
Oxalic acid and nitric acid
??? https://tunisia.desertcart.com/products/38308494-oxalic-acid-5lb
13-11-2020 at 15:07
by: ArbuzToWoda
Oxalic acid and nitric acid
Why, though? Isn't oxalic acid widely available pretty much everywhere in the beekeeping supply stor ...
13-11-2020 at 14:42
by: ArbuzToWoda
Free radical bromination on only the terminal ends of hexane
I don't think it's that simple. According to the Markovnikov's rule the secondary carbons would love ...
13-11-2020 at 14:37
by: ArbuzToWoda
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