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[*] posted on 12-12-2004 at 08:06
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I have Fetch but lately it's not fetching anythig but time out's at axhandle's site.......solo



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[*] posted on 12-12-2004 at 12:08


Hmm, that is indeed not so good.
Axehandle hasn't been active for nearly two weeks, that is he hasn't been on this site since (1-12-2004 at 19:17 last).
On that note, his homepage is also down, not just the FTP.
I hope it's just becuase he is on holidays or something - he's sometimes off on trips where he doesn't have internet.

[Edited on 12-12-2004 by chemoleo]




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[*] posted on 12-12-2004 at 13:39


Ah. No. And yes. I was away for a week, without internet access. The site was never down though -- the script that updates the species8472.dyndns.org DNS record had got stuck somehow, making the DNS point to an old, wrong, IP. Restarting the script seems to have solved the problem.

EDIT: In my defense I must mention that I've had that script running for years without it freaking out on me before...


[Edited on 2004-12-12 by axehandle]




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[*] posted on 12-12-2004 at 15:52


The cold Swedish winter probably got to his hard drives and froze them.
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[*] posted on 29-12-2004 at 14:44
Handbook of Preprative Inorganic Chemistry


Megalomania did a scan of this which is on FTP#2, but it is not very readable. Does anyone have or have plans to scan an OCR'ed Djvu version?
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[*] posted on 29-12-2004 at 21:11
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If I remember there are two vols. To the set,one is in djvu and the second is in pdf.(or is that the other way around?)you might try using a p2p search(emule/ed2k/emule+) to find what you need. there are 1000`s of books out there just waiting for a good home :P



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[*] posted on 30-12-2004 at 11:55


One zipped pdf and one pdf. That's the poor quality version that's on FTP#2. I shared the remaining 60% to the 100 or so people on emule that needed it last month. It's much appreciated, but a higher quality OCR'ed scan of the two volume set would be nice, as it is a primary reference work, has been out of print since the '60's, and seems to be unavailable on the used book market.



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[*] posted on 2-1-2005 at 20:01
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I've been trying to open the zip file , hive excrements but it seems to be corrupt, has anyone had any problems with it. I run under Mac OS X and have not had any problem with other zip files . Whoever uploaded the file can you check if the file is clean and re -upload it and remove the faulty one....thank you, solo

I downloaded it again today and it won't expand .....

[Edited on 3-1-2005 by solo]




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sad.gif posted on 18-1-2005 at 07:01
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Missing sciencemadness FTP !
I don`t have inform. to login.

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[*] posted on 18-1-2005 at 08:17


That's 'coz you need an account to login.. :o



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[*] posted on 21-1-2005 at 14:37


Has "Perry's Chemical Engineer's Handbook.ISO" been uploaded? If not I'll upload it.



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[*] posted on 22-1-2005 at 01:10
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I have a copy of Perry's Chemical Engineer's Handbook in PDF format. Please tell me if you're interested, and I might upload it. I got it from http://www.knovel.com

(edit: it's the 7th edition I have here.)

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[*] posted on 22-1-2005 at 01:13


By all means, do so, if it is the latest edition.
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[*] posted on 25-1-2005 at 16:43


I've downloaded a few TV episodes from TV about the real CSI. It's not bad viewing, but mainly crap made for telly.

Might be educational to some, but it only goes over stuff you'd probably already know about anyways.

Total of 6 files, which comes to a total of 1.35gb. Shall I upload it?




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[*] posted on 27-1-2005 at 21:38


Is there something wrong with the ftp?For some reason or another I cannot get on. I keep getting a message saying server conection has been reset. Am I just burnt or are others having a problem too?:(
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[*] posted on 28-1-2005 at 00:21


I was having that difficulty when trying to log on using ftp://(IP), but when I tried ftp://species8472.dyndns.org it worked fine.



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[*] posted on 28-1-2005 at 00:48


I don't know what's going on.It must be on my end, all though I can't seem to find the server when trying to connect to Axehandles homepage either.:(
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[*] posted on 28-1-2005 at 10:28


Actually, I am also now having this problem now too.:(

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[*] posted on 29-1-2005 at 04:25


The city has accidentally severed the backbone fiber while digging for repairing the sewers.... (yes, I know, I think they're cretins too)

The ISP said it would be fixed yesterday, which I take to mean some time next Friday, sigh.

Took me several hours to hotwire an old DSL modem so I at least have surfing access.

The FTP will be up again when the dug-off cable is repaired. As to when that'll be, your guess is as good as mine.

Sorry for the inconveniance, but it's really not my fault. :(

[Edited on 2005-1-29 by axehandle]




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[*] posted on 29-1-2005 at 11:27


I have ADSL again after two years of dialup and I-Cafe and immediately the ftp is down?

I smell conspiracy!

A preemtive strike against vulture will be the means of choice I guess.....




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[*] posted on 29-1-2005 at 12:07
Torrenting the data.


I know a lot of people including myself do not have an ftp account, What do you guys think about forming torrent bundles (about 1gb) of composed of chemistry books etc...etc.. and hosting it so the rest of the sci-madness community can access it?
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[*] posted on 30-1-2005 at 02:44


The 10Mbit line seems to be back up. It looks like it's working, so I've enabled the FTP server. I hope it's not temporary..
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[*] posted on 30-1-2005 at 04:52


YES!
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[*] posted on 30-1-2005 at 15:29
We have to come up with a directory structure.


I'm relieved that it seems to work again.

I think it's long over time to sort the stuff on the FTP into a logical directory structure based on the file's topic, type, etc.

Now about what I'm going to suggest you're all going to be saying "but that's easy, why doesn't he do that himself???". Consider the classification of books in a library. Now add to that that far from everything on the FTP are books, there are also scanned paper articles, as well as software etcetera.

So I'm starting a new thread here in Forum Matters in which I hope lots of you will tell me how <b>you</b> would organize the structure. There probably won't be a single winner, but hopefully all the suggestions can be distilled (pun intended) into a working, workable system.

Here: http://www.sciencemadness.org/talk/viewthread.php?tid=3304&a...
is where the suggestions should go.




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[*] posted on 13-2-2005 at 14:33


I got a book on nitration entitled "Nitration, recent laboratory and Industrial developments" Hopefully I will evetually scan the entire thing and up it as a pdf, but for now what chapters is everyone interested in?
1. Nitration: An overview of recent developments and processes
2. Role of protosolvation in nitrations with superacidic systems: The protonitronium Dacation(NO2H(2+)) identified
3. Nitrocyclohexadienones in aromatic nitration.
4. Aromatic nitations in liquid nitrogen tetroxide promoted by metal Acetylacetonates
5. Synthesis of 2,5,7,9-tetranitro-2,5,7,9-tetraazabicyclo[4.3.0]nonane.
6. Photochemical chlorocarbonylation: simple synthesis of polynitroadamantanesand polynitrocubanes
7. Isolation of electrochemically dinitrogen pentoxide is pure form and its use in aromatic nitrations.
8. Pilot-plant-scale continous manufacturing of solid dinitrogen pentoxide.
9. Separation of Dinitrogen pentoxide from its solutions in nitric acid
10. Nitrated hydroxy-terminated polybutadiene: synthesis and properties
11. Novel synthesis of energetic materials using dinitrogen pentoxide
12. A new route to nitraines in non-acidic media
13. Reinvestigation of the Ponzio Reaction for the preparation of gem-Dinitro copounds
14. New nitration and nitrolysis procedures for the synthesis of energetic materials
15. Flow reactor nitrations using dinitrogen pentoxide
16. Modeling to gain insight into the thermal decomposition of dinitrotoluene.
17. Removal and destruction of tetranitromethane from nitric acid
18. Modelling nitronium ion concentrations in HNO3-H2SO4-H2O mixtures
19. Comercial dinitrotoluene production processes
20. Recent advances in the technology of mononitrobenzene manufacture
21. Industrial nitration of toluene to dinitrotoluene: requirements of a modern facility for the production of dinitrotoluene
22. Practical considerations in concentration and recovery of nitration spent acids.

EDIT: I created a pdf out of ch14 but I do not seem to have the permision to upload it to the ftp in my folder.

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