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Author: Subject: Long term experiment: does this make chlorosulfonic acid?
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[*] posted on 29-7-2021 at 06:04

The time capsule still exists :D

The ampoule is as if I made it yesterday, still two layers. I consider the experiment as being over and the outcome is decided, but I keep the ampoule as a nice reminder of this experiment. Maybe one day I can tell my grandchildren (they still must be conceived and born :P) about this long term experiment and show them the ampoule . . .

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[*] posted on 29-7-2021 at 06:20

It may come to rival the pitch drop experiment as "the dullest experiment ever".
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[*] posted on 29-7-2021 at 07:21

Its interesting that SO2Cl2 is not miscible with H2SO4. Do you know is SO2Cl2 is miscible with chlorosulfonic acid (I assume the chlorosulfonic acid is miscible with H2SO4)?
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[*] posted on 29-7-2021 at 22:45

did u mark the liquid level? also putting the vial horizontally can increase the phase boundary area to speed up rxn if it actually happens.
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