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I Hallucinated Fractals as a Kid by Shitty Fattits - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:46:13 EST ID:kz7XJlxs No.75399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I like to think of atoms as three-dimensional fractals. Each one is a piece of a puzzle, branching out infinitely in a self-replicating string of itself. They combine, however, when their maths add up with another fractal entity. Some pieces of the fractals lock into each other really well, like two Hydrogens and one Oxygen -- and make water. Helium, Argon, and the rest of the noble gasses are kind of "closed off" fractals, and don't bond with others because they're self-solving. Elements which form crystals do so when a ton of them are all around each other, self-replicating and falling into each other perfectly. When you get a few hundred billion of them, you get a nice-sized crystal. This crystal is a large fractaloid semi-modular scale of the element itself on a smaller scale.

I hallucinated fractals as a kid and experienced a few seizures which went pretty largely unexplained. I think about math all the time and am obsessed with number pyramids (5 4 3 2 1 : 4 3 2 1 : 3 2 1: 2 1 : 1) and the concept of infinity.
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Augustus Shakestone - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 19:11:14 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.75408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Prolly better just to think of atoms for what they actually are, nothing. Mostly just empty space.
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Jack Fonningwork - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 06:17:26 EST ID:8tQGzRP2 No.75420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75408
i have a hard time pcituring the bonds as all empty space. could you say atoms are kind of like legos made of empty space that you put together to build things?
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Emma Gumblechodge - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 11:54:31 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.75427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75420
Kind of, but consider that the nucleus is about 1/100,000 of the size of the atom, yet it makes up 99.9% of its mass. So consider the nucleus of an atom to be the size of a pea, the entire atom including the electron cloud would be the size of a race track. Which means its just a bunch of nothing essentially.

What makes up the bonds between atoms is mostly electromagnetic force. This force is incredibly strong. Consider the earth, the sheer size of it and the gravity it generates. Yet you, a mere fraction of a fraction of the mass of the earth can generate enough force to seperate from it for a time by jumping. Yet magnets not even that large can seperate heavy thing like cars from the earth with ease (think of those huge magnetic cranes at junkyards).

So the combined electromagnetic force between these atoms are what hold them in place and give things there solid seeming nature. Which is why a bunch of seemingly empty space can feel hard and support your weight. Its the tight and powerful forces that give things their solidity, yet forces don't really have mass (unless you consider force carrying particles, but let's not get into particle physics).
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Reuben Cremmerlotch - Sun, 21 Sep 2014 14:52:50 EST ID:Sp7S8c2L No.75436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you experienced Euler's identity yet?


circiling lights by Nathaniel Hiddleville - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 10:12:13 EST ID:e5ZUwijp No.75405 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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whenever I look into the light, like a cloudy day of white sky. I see lights circling each other. I can focus them and change their pattern and intensity. what am I seeing?
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Shit Greenson - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:35:18 EST ID:e5ZUwijp No.75406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
when I focus in different meditations, they can straighten out in lines or circle and look like stars. our minds are physics and we can control out minds, therefore we can control physics with our minds. boom.
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Simon Bublingstone - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:22:59 EST ID:rxu+Q3BT No.75407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75406
and if I drink water and gin and get drunk, then drink whiskey and water and get drunk, I can therefore prove that water gets me drunk.
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Angus Brishman - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 20:46:47 EST ID:e5ZUwijp No.75414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75407
sure thing buddy
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Fuck Bleddlesot - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:06:42 EST ID:iHZcrM0s No.75418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>75407

What you are describing is an placeboe affect.
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Phyllis Gobbertudge - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 19:53:54 EST ID:NrQIXSPn No.75431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Does it look like this? if so,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_field_entoptic_phenomenon


hey guys by Betsy Fancocke - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 15:15:45 EST ID:8tQGzRP2 No.75355 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i was the guy posting about orbitals. I got a new queston about finding formal charges. pretty much I get the formula for it but I am confused about what happens when (# of bonding electrons/2) is not a whole number. For example, carbon with a formal charge of +1 does this it seems.

There's 4 valence electrons. 3 are bonding and none are nonbonding.

So it would be 4 - (3/2) - 0...
oh wait i fucked up and got it now. You take the number of bonds and double that to get your electrons huh? ok well thanks for the help!!!
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Angus Tootfoot - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 16:29:11 EST ID:ONOV2XnS No.75364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's right. This raises a worthwhile point - a formal covalent bond found in most organic chemistry is composed of two valence electrons. If you break this bond, the bonding pair of electrons will not each go to a different atom, but rather stay together attached to the more electronegative element. When they ARE separated, a chemical species called a radical is produced.

In general, the order of stability goes:
covalently bonded atoms > two isolated ions (one with the bonding electron pair) > two radical species
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Esther Wucklekitch - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 00:27:14 EST ID:8tQGzRP2 No.75389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75364
MOST INTERESTING
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Jarvis Furrystock - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:20:53 EST ID:yhZ5GLN3 No.75391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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HEERE OMG I drew a picture.

The blue mechanism is a "curly arrow", found in almost all common organic reaction mechanisms. It shows the PAIR of electrons going to chlorine. The red "fish hook arrows" show something called heterolytic cleavage, giving two radical species with odd numbers of electrons (the dot means it is a radical, even though chlorine would actually have 7 dots if you were drawing the electrons like at the top).

Radicals are unstable because the pairing of electrons is very energetically favourable (afbau principle).
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Jack Fonningwork - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 06:19:38 EST ID:8tQGzRP2 No.75421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75391
im late but thanks dude i really appreciate the explanations


uni science courses-What field to study by Priscilla Bapperman - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:04:04 EST ID:EALu1k1z No.75417 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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First ff it' going to take me about 3 years to even get to the point where I can apply for uni as I done shit when I was back in school 8 years ago and I went off and done a plastering course.

My basic english and maths skills are terrible becuase my school was shit and I jsut never paid attention.(I still read a fair bit though,when I get into my reading phases ill read 3-5 books a month,except in the sumemr then I jst workout hard and party harder )

But hey im going back at the age of 25 so im more motivated to do it now(also gotta pay £450 for each course so thats going to make me work harder)

> Im starting to wonder what I Should go into uni to do though

Im into health and fitness so my basic plan is to become a physiotherapist and aim high and one day have my own sports clinic.

But then im thinking once I get taught what to do thats it,im just teaching people what I know there wont be no real challenge and I think I would rather have a job where im figureing shit out my self,so I think I would want to do research.

Then im thinking becaus im into health and fitness why not become a chemist and botany and be involved in either actualy making suplment or herbal medicines.

Then I have other interests like things about Consciousness mental health problems like schizophrenia,psycopaths,alzheimer's and how the brain works and shit like that so maybe cognitive science or neuroscience.
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Priscilla Bapperman - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:07:24 EST ID:EALu1k1z No.75419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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wrong pic


chem tv by Cornelius Wannerstack - Thu, 06 Feb 2014 17:42:04 EST ID:GKCTh1jS No.74165 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://taima.tv/r/chem
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Nigger Clogglepen - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:50:07 EST ID:3tmSRK6q No.75413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just me and carl sagan
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 22:51:19 EST ID:WWbBPTNo No.75415 Ignore Report Quick Reply


obtaining phosphoric acid in australia by Shitting Turveyfield - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 04:12:52 EST ID:XjpcBuGN No.75374 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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looking to get some phosphoric acid, i don't really mind if i have to buy in bulk but i don't want to have to order it over the internet as i intend to cook DMT with it, also any acids that work just as well would fine
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Basil Pabberbud - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 22:25:29 EST ID:wydHeI1M No.75386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why don't you just use hydrochloride acid? It should be much easier to find (I think it is sold a muric acid) and should work just as well for protonating the DMT. It is also harmless once neutralized. Does anyone here know why Phosphoric acid is used instead of HCl?
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John Ninningwuck - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 22:32:42 EST ID:USTQ/RsL No.75387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75386
i don't know exactly why but all the research ive done tells me phosphoric is the way to go
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Basil Pabberbud - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 22:53:50 EST ID:wydHeI1M No.75388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75387
I read a little bit on the extraction here : http://catbull.com/alamut/Bibliothek/DMT_Handbook.pdf . Hydrochloride acid is listed as an alternative while other sources don't even claim there is a need for the acid cook at all. Hydrochloric acid will work just as well as phosphoric acid and can be bought at a hardware store as muric acid. Lye can be bought under the name Red Devils drain cleaner.
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Hedda Clayhood - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 13:49:53 EST ID:72wOh3Tw No.75390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75377
>acid?
>pH up?

Choose one.
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Phoebe Gecklepin - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 21:04:57 EST ID:tukF6vI+ No.75404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's used for removing rust on engine parts, so try an auto shop?


psychidelic self-synthesis by Sidney Trothood - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 16:09:26 EST ID:NyBW95X8 No.74986 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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if i eat tryptamine, methionine and a reversable MAOI will i make dmt and trip? it was mentioned in the tryptamine chapter of tikhal
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Matilda Crullerfidge - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 21:44:50 EST ID:jKtOSqrn No.75002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>74998
LOOK AT WHITEY AND LAUGH, HE THOUGHT HEROIN HAD TO BE DE-ACETYLATED TO BE ACTIVE, WHAT A FAGGOT
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Hugh Bishchane - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 22:15:17 EST ID:NyBW95X8 No.75010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>74996
Methionine acts as a methyl donor, and there are two enzymes specifically I was thinking of, HIOMT and INMT.
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Samuel Wacklechone - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 01:47:38 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.75045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75010
Oh ok, makes sense, I shouldn't have called you retarded, my bad man. Chan culture gets to you sometimes, makes me impersonal. But yea supposedly INMT isn't really expressed in the brain, its mostly found in the lungs, so IDK what effect it would have. I know there's that study that showed that rats supposedly have DMT in their pinal gland, but even that's fishy because no one knows exactly what parts of the brain are effected by DMT and the pinal gland lies outside the of the blood-brain barrier in relation to the rest of the brain. So even then, still doubt it would work.
But good thinking none the less OP
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Frederick Dartdock - Fri, 05 Sep 2014 19:29:56 EST ID:wydHeI1M No.75345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DMT is the easiest drug to get. No one cares if you buy ____________ online, including the government.
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Charlotte Nombleham - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:11:34 EST ID:jSOgRiGC No.75400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75345
You have my condolences if the easiest drug for you to acquire literally requires you to extract it from the plant. This isn't about doing DMT, this isn't about getting DMT, like you said, it's easy. This about biogenic DMT.


Psychedelics, 'new colours' & evolution? by Pez - Tue, 26 Aug 2014 21:37:16 EST ID:N0plehha No.75223 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Came across an interesting theory in a documentary called 'dirty pictures' - about Alexander Shulgin, a medical chemist most well known for bringing MDMA to the masses (as I'm guessing many of you already know (RIP dude :/)).

Now I've never properly tried a psychedelic like shrooms or LSD. I've taken mandy a few times (not strictly a psychedelic) and ate some truffles when I was high once, but I've never properly tripped or had a psychedelic experience. But the subject fascinates me. I've read up on people seeing 'new colours'. And Shulgin explains in the documentary about how psychedelics work. I'll try and explain, but I'm no expert on the subject so I may well get some stuff wrong, so sorry in advance.

So basically when you ingest a psychedelic it stimulates/latches onto/blocks (i don't really know) but does something to these receptors we have in our brain- which are otherwise pretty dormant. And the activity with these receptors causes us to see stuff (like new colours). Shulgin goes onto explain that maybe, way back in time, an earlier species was able to see a broader spectrum of colours (infrared and ultraviolet... maybe more?), but we evolved in a way that diminished the chemicals in our bodies that allowed the receptors to be activated. He reasons that the extra colours wouldn't have been beneficial; in-fact, they would have been a distraction. The 'extra colours' don't really effect us in the physical world, and if we were being stalked by a predator, it would be best actually not to see these colours. So, over time, the organisms that could see LESS of these colours would have the upper hand and would spot predators more easily and escape, whereas the organisms that could see more of these supposedly distracting colours wouldn't be so sharp to their surroundings and were more easily killed off. Until we reached the point we're at today where we only see what directly affects us. BUT, we still have the receptors, we only stopped producing the chemicals that stimulated/latched onto/blocked the receptors (I dunno how it works), so when we take psychedelics with these chemicals in them (supposedly thought to have been the pl…
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Lillian Peppersick - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 15:58:41 EST ID:210GoCtI No.75350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Op, stop being a pussy and eat some 2c-e
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Pez - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 10:32:10 EST ID:TUDl8qmI No.75353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75342
I didn't mean you could see the colours in the physical world (sorry if that was unclear). Yes people with aphakia can (because they've had the lens removed), I was just mentioning aphaciks to get the point across that there are parts of our brain that can perscieve these colours, and the drug could possibly stimulate parts of the brain that could make you HALLUSCINATE in UV.

I agree the chap who said he, his girlfriend and his brother saw UV light in a rainbow, would most likely (definitely) not have seen UV. Just didn't feel like shitting on anyone's dreams.
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Pez - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 10:51:25 EST ID:TUDl8qmI No.75354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75343
>However, seeing UV hallucinations on a psychedelic trip would be SICK! (IMO)
>seeing UV hallucinations on a psychedelic trip would be SICK!
>UV hallucinations on a psychedelic trip
>UV HALLUCINATIONS PSYCHEDELIC TRIP

I'm aware that we can't see UV light if we still have a lens. I was just saying that psychedelics could POSSIBLY stimulate these parts of the brain that are able to perceive UV light without needing to see the light through the eye/receptor. So it would be a hallucination. Sorry if that was unclear. If I'm still missing the point, again sorry, but feel free to educate me.
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William Dabberwater - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 18:57:21 EST ID:cc3alIkj No.75395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75354

In other words, psychedelics can make you THINK that you're seeing UV light but really it's just a hallucination, right?
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Pez - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 19:45:17 EST ID:TUDl8qmI No.75396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75395
Hmmmm...

Dunno if it's making you 'think' you can see the colours. The brain would be stimulated to see these colours so in a way you would 'see' them, but they would be a hallucination... if you get me. It's not like you could just 'think-up' these new colours.

All this is hypothetical though.


Microbiology by Martin Fembleville - Fri, 16 May 2014 20:12:57 EST ID:9O6athIh No.74720 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How much would a good, worthwhile microscope cost? Where would I buy it? Ever since I was a kid I've been fascinated with micro biotic cells, paramecium, amoebae, didnium, vorticella and hydra being my favorites. I had a shitty microscope as a kid and would go down to the nearby creek and look at the little fuckers and watch them for hours on end. I didn't really keep the interest throughout high school but have been thinking about what profession I would like to go into college for after I complete community, and so it has resparked my interest in the micro biotic world; I've pulled out a lot of my microbiology books I had as a kid and I'm tempted to spend a good amount on one.
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Trypto !!msNN39YQ - Tue, 09 Sep 2014 21:50:04 EST ID:lTaEZCdO No.75373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75372
>anxious as to if it will be I'm looking for
It'll be great. Buy some lens paper and a microfiber cloth because dust sucks. You'll also want slides and coverslips (they're all pretty much the same).
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Charles Pimmleford - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 08:35:48 EST ID:WIAZ3jHu No.75376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75373

Curious as to what's wrong with the $250, but I know nothing about them so I'll trust your judgement
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Charles Pimmleford - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 12:17:04 EST ID:WIAZ3jHu No.75378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75376

Ok so I got everything and having fun with some prepared slides, but going down to my local creek to collect some samples. Where can I buy dye that won't kill or hardly effect their behavior. I only want them to show up. Will any food coloring do? If not where can I buy specialized dye? What chemical will slow them down? Where can I buy this.
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Charles Pimmleford - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 13:31:16 EST ID:WIAZ3jHu No.75379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75378

And some more problems/questions:

I'm browsing at 10x without any dye and have only seen one organism moving, my whole slide seems barren, its a water sample near pond scum. I know that most protozoan are transparent but surely shouldnt I be seeing more? I tried 40x and saw nothing either... am I just not getting a good batch or do I really need dye to see them? Should I let them reproduce for a while and try later?
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Trypto - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 17:03:55 EST ID:lTaEZCdO No.75380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75379
I don't know about what dyes to use, but you shouldn't need it just to see protozoa.

Usually, you need to play around with the diaphragm to see things. The diaphragm varies the amount of light that hits the stage. If you look through the eyepiece, and it's flooded with bright white light, then you need to make the diaphragm smaller. As you increase magnification, you need to let in more light.

Coverslips also help. It makes the water much less deep, so it puts all of the protozoa in about the same plane. Without the coverslip, they can move up or down, out of your focus.

Remember that the magnification is the eyepiece times the objective. So if the eyepiece is 10 and the objective is 4, it's 40x. So, You probably meant to say 100x and 400x rather than 10 and 40.

Always work your way down in magnification. Start at the lowest, and focus with the course adjustment. Then switch to medium, and you won't need to adjust focus much. At 40x (total), you'll just see specs moving around (and just need to use course adjustment). At 100x, you can really see them. At 400x, you can't really look at moving things since they're so hard to track (and you should only use fine focus). With 400x you should see yeast, nuclei of bigger things, and bacteria now appear as specs. It's tough to get the lighting and focus right. 100x is where you'll spend the most time.

>Curious as to what's wrong with the $250,
Just wasn't worth $250. There are no knobs to move the stage, and the objectives looked pretty thin (which means less resolution for the same magnification).


Chem Majors get in here by Samuel Damblekatch - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 16:45:04 EST ID:cQJuiJki No.75270 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Calling out you chem majors

is it possible add baking soda to MDMA or amphetamine sulfate to make it smoke-able ?
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Samuel Damblekatch - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 18:42:43 EST ID:cQJuiJki No.75275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75273
lol whats your average dose of MDMA?
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Ebenezer Lightville - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 19:40:14 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.75277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75272
they both have methamphetamine in their name.
The only difference chemically is the extra ring in MDMA made from 2 oxygens bound to a methylene group.

*FUN FACT*
The amphetamine portion is actually sort of an acronym. It stands for Alpha-Methyl-PHenEThylamine. Phenethylamine, kinda cool in my opinion. So if you wanna be a huge nerd you can call your ecstacy 3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methyl-alpha-methylphenethylamine.
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Frederick Dartdock - Fri, 05 Sep 2014 19:25:07 EST ID:wydHeI1M No.75344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I made a long post, then i got paranoid and decided to post it through a proxy but tht ended up not working.
The point of my post was that you should be able to make it into the freebase form in the same way you make methamphetamine into the freebase form. I think this process is similar to how you make crack too. Try finding some instructions for making the MA freebase online and following those.
Please post results. Also I know what I am talking about. I almost have my doctorate that is why I am paranoid about posting here.
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Angus Tootfoot - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 16:31:58 EST ID:ONOV2XnS No.75365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75344

How long until your testicles drop? ;)
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Shitting Turveyfield - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 04:15:40 EST ID:XjpcBuGN No.75375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
not worth it man smoking crystals is terrible for you just eat it


organic chemistry question by Jack Fashville - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 01:48:58 EST ID:d0s/MHnj No.75224 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, I've been pondering this hypothetical formula of change regarding 2ne1 chem and hardening it with baking soda and distilled water in a microwave, creating a hard block of evenly mixed 2ne1 to dosage per weight (3mg 2ne1 per 30mg of total weight)
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Jack Bropperwetch - Wed, 03 Sep 2014 22:15:51 EST ID:RdMLfFcg No.75336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im thinking of doing a recryst om do,etjocain and 2ne1
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Augustus Givingsotch - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 12:30:03 EST ID:s32bQDlm No.75363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Op here, looking into this in my free time and it seems to be difficult practice to bond chems to get a hardened final product and might just be better to use an rc like 2ne1 and dimethocain to mix along side the regular synthisis of crack. I.e. add them as a filler or binder of sorts. Im still in the hopes that someone with knowlage of pill pressing can help me find a novel additive like micro cystaline cellose. Apologies in advance for spelling
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Hugh Duckbanks - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 17:02:50 EST ID:leb0yeuz No.75367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75363
Please just stop. You don't know what you're doing, you're mixing drugs ( not a good idea without knowledge of interactions, which don't exist with RCs), and planning on giving it to people in place of crack. It's unethical and illegal on every level.
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Wesley Sonnerspear - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 20:12:43 EST ID:S2EeW5u9 No.75368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75367
you must understand the drug war and the reasons behind this. I wouldn't be giving this to people or anything I just want the knowledge to hopefully save people in poor countries.

look at what is happening in Athens right now, people are smoking battery acid and meth we can't have this happening in america.
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Trypto !!msNN39YQ - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 21:17:44 EST ID:leb0yeuz No.75369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75368
I assure you, nobody is smoking battery acid. You got that from the vice article/video? The article says "battery acid" based on rumours (not to be believed). The video says "liquid from batteries" which is probably still false. Sometimes, the lithium batteries is used for the redox reaction in making meth, but that's not the same as cutting it with battery acid.

As for your plan... RC's should not be taken lightly, because they have not been studied in humans. Adverse reactions (both acute and chronic) are not known. Just because it's a cannabinoid doesn't make it as safe as weed. That's why I said it's very unethical to promote its use. Besides, 10/10 crackheads won't want your shit just because it looks like crack.

>we can't have this happening in america.
Don't believe the drug war propaganda.

If you want to help poor people, then support decriminalization and harm reduction policies. Support things like needle exchanges, good samaritan laws, funded homeless shelters, good mental health facilities, public education, employment opportunities, and so on.


Question by Wesley Fablinggold - Sat, 11 Jan 2014 20:58:58 EST ID:Sas0ldT0 No.73951 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can someone please show me how to calculate the mass of AlCl3 produced from 10g of Al?
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Wesley Fablinggold - Sat, 11 Jan 2014 21:49:18 EST ID:Sas0ldT0 No.73952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>73951
Anybody? :/
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Isabella Hiffingshaw - Sat, 11 Jan 2014 22:00:52 EST ID:asE/FzF8 No.73953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>73951
  1. Calculate molar mass of AlCl3
  2. Calculate the number of moles in 10g Al.
  3. Calculate the mass of the above number of moles of AlCl3.
  4. read your goddam textbook book more.
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Fuck Cedgespear - Sun, 12 Jan 2014 00:13:16 EST ID:4YaU9DKj No.73954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>73953
molar mass of Al x #moles of 10g Al(10gs) + 3x molar mass of Cl x #moles of 10g Al ( I assume Al's the limiting reagent). Yield here is 100%.

>read your goddamn textbook more
this.
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Nell Bummermog - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 05:09:49 EST ID:OeKhaLAG No.75362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
study your steps chem like everyone else
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Syllogism - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 16:41:52 EST ID:stqlrmZK No.75366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>73951

>A: Starting unit in numerator
>B: Some sort of ratio in which the starting unit is in the denominator
> Product of A and B yield something with different units.
> If new units are not desired units, repeat A - C.
>E: If new units are desired units, party hard.

There, you now know how to do dimensional analysis.


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