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disulfideprotein
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Thanks I will be watching this forum topic and PM me when you can sell the distillation apparatus.
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Some flasks, one box out of like 12:

Some very expensive certified pipettes in various sizes:

Misc. vacuum and other stuff:

A box of buchners:

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lots of very nice stuff you got there...any vacuum pumps?

[Edited on 15-2-2012 by neptunium]

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 Quote: Originally posted by neptunium lots of very nice stuff you got there...any vacuum pumps? [Edited on 15-2-2012 by neptunium]

None for sale, sorry.
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OMFG... a chemist's wet dream! That's one hell of a jackpot dude!!! Just the adapter/stopper box above makes me salivate!

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I'd also like to congratulate you on your astronomical haul, it didn't occur to me to do it earlier.

I'm interested in one of those dual bank manifolds with 4 stopcocks as well as a 500 mL suction flask, 90 mm büchner funnel and one of those cold traps.
If I lived in the US I'd probably ruin myself buying from you...

Edit: Also, it'd be nice if you'd resize your pictures, they are widening the whole forum page so I have to scroll sideways to read the posts...

[Edited on 16-2-2012 by Lambda-Eyde]

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 Quote: Originally posted by Lambda-Eyde Also, it'd be nice if you'd resize your pictures, they are widening the whole forum page so I have to scroll sideways to read the posts...

I prefer my pornography to be high resolution.

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scratch that last statement

[Edited on 16-2-2012 by Funkerman23]
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jaidormi,

I have a similar challenge as you do, selling some left over glassware from a closed company. Trying to deal with many boxes of glassware in a tight space is tough. It is very challenging, as if you spread out glassware to be easy to see, it tends to fall and break easily. I have found copy paper boxes and lids work well to hold stuff in a reasonable manner.

I would suggest making a text file or spreadsheet list and posting it, as that seemed to make thing easier for people to see what you have. But for the larger things like the 2500 ml still head, there is almost no way to properly describe them without a photo, so I understand the challenge.

I have had a lot of work to get photos sized correctly as well, this forum has odd rules for sizes, and I have not had an easy time making them fit well. But best of luck. I may have to try to do a swap for some items, as I need a few items to complete some distillation kits as well.

Bob
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Do you have any double manifolds with PTFE valves? I'd also be interested in any Schlenkware you have...
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Been away

Sorry everyone, for some reason I wasn't getting email notifications from this forum or for U2U messages. I am busy today but I will start answering posts in order tonight.

Again sorry for the delay.
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I'm interested in a 1000 mL filtering flask and something around 9 cm Buchner funnel (and stopper, if you have any). Do you have any separatory funnels? If so, 500-1000 mL would work. If you have misc. boring glassware like 25 to 500 mL beakers and Erlenmeyer flasks I could also use a few of those.
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Any dewars?
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You wouldn't happen to have a stopcock that would fit this sep funnel would you?

It's I.D. is ~15mm on one end and ~19mm on the other. And the length from end to end is 4cm.

[Edited on 25-2-2012 by resveratrol]

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ahhh excellent! Good to see you've returned.
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 Quote: Originally posted by Lambda-Eyde I'd also like to congratulate you on your astronomical haul, it didn't occur to me to do it earlier. I'm interested in one of those dual bank manifolds with 4 stopcocks as well as a 500 mL suction flask, 90 mm büchner funnel and one of those cold traps. If I lived in the US I'd probably ruin myself buying from you... Edit: Also, it'd be nice if you'd resize your pictures, they are widening the whole forum page so I have to scroll sideways to read the posts... [Edited on 16-2-2012 by Lambda-Eyde]

How wide should the pictures be?

Also, are you seriously interested? If so let's work out a deal over U2U.
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Holy shit, that's like a ton of money just lying there.
I'll never understand why some companies leave these things laying around. If I had a company that's going down, I'd make an auction. Those things are expensive. Just that one box full of Büchner funnels is worth at least 550$. Yes, this is porn, allright. jaidormi Harmless Posts: 18 Registered: 14-2-2012 Member Is Offline Mood: No Mood  Quote: Originally posted by Endimion17 Holy shit, that's like a ton of money just lying there. I'll never understand why some companies leave these things laying around. If I had a company that's going down, I'd make an auction. Those things are expensive. Just that one box full of Büchner funnels is worth at least 550$. Yes, this is porn, allright.

At their level, it's cheaper to just give or sell the lot to someone local and buy new stuff at the new facility. They'll probably want to outfit things differently there anyway, and I'd imagine that in medical research you may want brand new vessels from time to time, since cleaning can only get you so far.
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Still in search of a reservoir flask - pm me the sizes!
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Do you have any soxhlet extractors?
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Anyone know what happened to the Seller here? haven heard a peep in a dog's age..
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A quick check of the ebay account given shows that they bought a 3-hole punch and a victoria secret bra in late April. No other activity since, and that account never appears to have sold anything.

My guess is that the person encountered someone who wanted to buy the whole lot, at a substantial profit. I suppose it is also possible that they are still attempting to catalog and take pictures of all those pieces.

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Aw, darn it! I could REALLY use one or two of those adapters for my condenser (the 1-hole corks they gave me don't even fit...)

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