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4-aco in water by Nigger Berryshit - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 21:50:10 EST ID:ZSDfWEkg No.77454 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Usually I put some in a small glass of water and drink it so I was wondering: if I dumped some in a water bottle would it be as potent a few hours/days later? I'm sorry if that sounds like a stupid question, but i dont know much about chemistry and i don't really feel like wasting some to test it out.
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Whitey Daffingfut - Thu, 24 Dec 2015 12:14:15 EST ID:3uFtL7cp No.77465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Esters, like 4-aco tend to degrade when exposed to water, though the effect is larger at higher temperatures. Also it'd just degrade into psylocin, but that is pretty unstable in solution, and would probably oxidize. I'd agree with Simon and Bombastus on this one and say it was prolly a bad idea.
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Molly Blupperstock - Thu, 24 Dec 2015 13:46:41 EST ID:Iko+aZ/1 No.77466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77465
Is this something that happens right away, or does it take sometime? I have never kept 4-AcO in water, I was just wondering what would happen if I did. Usually it only stays in water for a couple seconds before I chug it down.
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Edwin Brittinghall - Fri, 25 Dec 2015 00:03:28 EST ID:LB+wr31L No.77468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77463
Just because it exists in nature doesn't make the stuff you order online organic. Isn't it lab-synthesized from other things?! Or is it really just purified/concentrated.
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Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw - Sat, 26 Dec 2015 15:49:17 EST ID:LuHWyaDS No.77472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77468
Exactly. There's a big difference between "synthetic", "organic", "natural", and all these other buzzwords.
The labelling of these substances with these words and drawing conclusions from the labels is not only meaningless, but it is harmful to any line of communication we draw.
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 12:40:11 EST ID:trptNJfh No.77539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77472
that whole area of semantics is so highly infected with ideology when it comes to their common usage that it seems futile to discuss them since everybody involved in science knows how to use them correctly

and fuck whatever they call organic agriculture. that shit is whack, mostly because none of those hippie ass pansies care to mention peak phosphorous or the eutrophisation. nb because im drunk and offtopic


I bought a dental x-ray machine from a dentist... by Sophie Bonninggold - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 00:52:33 EST ID:DicPbMF8 No.77442 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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$250, not a bad deal. What should I x-ray?
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Nell Smallway - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 21:36:01 EST ID:dU2Bj8Vk No.77453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77446
I second blasting your dick with x-rays
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Betsy Bommerwater - Tue, 22 Dec 2015 01:39:54 EST ID:ljoFE2/4 No.77460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Convert it into a death ray.
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Caroline Bozzletare - Thu, 24 Dec 2015 23:41:12 EST ID:S2HH5VMq No.77467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>77446
do the thing with your dick, do it!
pics or it didnt happen
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Whitey Samblegold - Sat, 26 Dec 2015 13:50:12 EST ID:dFtFOzdL No.77471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator gogogo
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Nell Mattingstitch - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 14:28:14 EST ID:o4577b9W No.77507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77442
shoot xrays through your neighbour's bedroom window


its for a book im sorry by Shitting Havingnork - Fri, 25 Dec 2015 17:33:03 EST ID:7Nwhnu1y No.77469 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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you know those really heavy ass elements they make and collapse straight away and there's basically no point even having them on the periodic table?

Could they react to form compounds if they didn't fall apart straight away? What kind of compounds would they form or what properties could they have? If we were to continue to discovering new elements, is it theoretically possible one could not be a metal?
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Whitey Samblegold - Sat, 26 Dec 2015 13:43:55 EST ID:dFtFOzdL No.77470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Possibly, it depends on which element, and probably. Google/wiki island of stability. The properties of compounds made with these elements can be partially inferred from compounds made from elements in the same group and period on the table, however they will have novel properties that nobody is even positive of at this point. I don't know enough to really give you much more than that, but some web searches and reading research papers will get you enough to get by writing a book.


EM Electromagnetic Waves Damage by Martha Pembleded - Fri, 15 May 2015 18:39:31 EST ID:RLSN+6eM No.76541 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apparently these things are quite dangerous.
https://vimeo.com/123468632

Thoughts?
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Lydia Chiblingstone - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 02:14:34 EST ID:8P0TA/0u No.77097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77092
man you are so fucking out of it I hardly believe you're a wizard anymore.
A wizard is wise, wise people observe other when they communicate, they are loving and kind, they don't want to destroy shit as their life purpose as they grasp that every moment is eternal, they understand that everyone is a part of them so they wish good onto others, they wish sheeple to overcome their obstacles, they don't care about their sense of entitlement and don't get offended on 420chan, they don't communicate to everyone of their high horse, their humble, they grasp the nature of money therefore they don't think they need much of it etc etc.

tl;dr this guy is no fucking wizard and just calling himself that almost proves it, he's a magician at best. He's also barely older than 18 y/o seniors as he has hardly seen suffering in his life yet. Suffering is what makes a wizard wise. Experience.

Take a week to water fast man, you'll learn so much. It'll also help eliminate those toxins from cheese (or any other industrial animal fat that you eat or ate) from your brain.

Insulted wizard... 21 century. I wish you actually become wise one day nigga.
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Edwin Blythehood - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 18:24:49 EST ID:GpX7lxsF No.77111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76574

Interesting how no one replied to this.
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Eugene Dumblebanks - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 18:49:42 EST ID:cM6rhCgJ No.77112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77111

Cause they were obviously a shill making up lies about how the world works. I feel the world works a different way so that guy is wrong.
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Whitey Dellerfuck - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 17:36:15 EST ID:ezYtnjXB No.77212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77112

It all looks pretty fact driven and objective to me.
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OP - Tue, 22 Dec 2015 13:54:25 EST ID:vFjYr6dk No.77461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I told you guys, I'm not crazy:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/shieldapparel/shield-the-world-s-first-signal-proof-headwear


Creating a human by Ernest Callyforth - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 23:31:12 EST ID:kEuMwRGV No.75620 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Toss the ingredients together in the large hadron collider...
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Ernest Noddlenot - Tue, 15 Dec 2015 18:56:05 EST ID:YHmno3wJ No.77435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I suppose if you tried it enough times MAYBE you'd get something. Not a human but... something.
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Sophie Washlock - Tue, 15 Dec 2015 19:51:06 EST ID:YhREOUdy No.77436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75634
>Your god is a product of your mind, a hallucination.

Whoa, Nelly... You can't make a claim like that without even knowing where the mind came from.

This whole thread is really a subject for /pss/, so that's all I'll say about that.
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William Debblefeck - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 01:36:03 EST ID:FHFwCltH No.77447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>77435
You should be locked in a basement prison in the Vatican for this level of Necrobumping
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Lydia Fashwill - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 04:43:15 EST ID:3/YgpCVT No.77449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
can't get a human without building it
can't get lego land without building it
can't get god without building it
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Simon Nablingpid - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 22:54:36 EST ID:FHFwCltH No.77457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77436
The mind is a collection of neurons. If you believe it is anything more you are ignoring the massive problems with the mind, overglorifying it, and its likely you know little about it.

On that note there have been plenty of studies on the brain related to faith.


Tolerance effects by Phoebe Buzzwell - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 22:39:38 EST ID:nEGqw/mp No.77422 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is kind of a quick question. From the way I understand tolerance, it's your bodies neurotransmitter production/release adjust to drugs you frequently adjust (correct me if I'm wrong). So if this is true, would having a tolerance to one drug cause a person to feel different effects from another drug in an entirely different class due to abnormal production of neurotransmitters?
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Green Fox - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 23:18:30 EST ID:cBu2QAZQ No.77440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm more of a chem person than biochem, but I just did some lazy wikipedia searching because this is a really neat question. A legitimate book probably deals with this in detail.

Since there are lots of factors at play obvs, I looked into opiate tolerance, which has a strong physiological component.

Opiates like morphine are strong (100%) agonists for opioid receptors, meaning they bind to them and cause the same effect as endogeneous opioids like oxytocin, but stronger.

Opi tolerance is caused significantly by downregulation of opioid receptors in the brain, meaning you grow less of these receptors/they die off, in response to an excess of the artificial neurotrasmitter (ie heroin).

Opiate antidotes like Naloxone are antagonists to these receptors - they simply bind strongly to them, but do not cause them to fire. This has the effect of blocking agonists like heroin from interaction (competitive inhibition).

So what would the difference be in naloxone tolerance between a normy and a junkie? The junkie has less active receptors, so they actually require less naloxone. The opioid article confirms this:

"In patients taking opioids regularly it is essential that the opioid is only partially reversed to avoid a severe and distressing reaction of waking in excruciating pain. This is achieved by not giving a full dose but giving this in small doses until the respiratory rate has improved."


someone feel free to tear me to shreds if I'm wrong
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Jenny Gushshit - Thu, 17 Dec 2015 00:48:01 EST ID:mEgh7QsF No.77441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77440


good advice.
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Hannah Clubberhall - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 09:14:50 EST ID:Dqu7ojT7 No.77443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>77422

OP, KEY WORDS TO STUDY:

  • Receptor
-Down regulation
-Up regulation
-Ki value
-Antagonist
-Agonist
-competitive agonist
-competitive antagonist
-feedback loop
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Whitey Bombleshit - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 04:57:12 EST ID:BF6CJxDN No.77450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>77422
Tolerance is caused by decreasing the number of receptors for that neurotransmitter. I go a little bit more into that below. Basically the fewer there are, the less places there are for the drug to 'attach' to the brain.
Different types of drugs affect different receptors, though. So while benzos activate the gaba-b receptor, amphetamines active adrenaline, noradrenaline, and dopamine, meanwhile weed for the most part just affects cannabinoid receptors. So a weed tolerance doesn't make amphetamines feel any different. But a spice(synthetic weed) tolerance would make weed feel different because spice works on cannabinoid receptors just like weed does.
For the most part, though, feeling 'different' just means feeling weaker. A spice tolerance doesn't turn weed into some strange and different experience, it just makes it so that you can't get high no matter how much you smoke.


>>77440
I'm afraid you're partly wrong.
>So what would the difference be in naloxone tolerance between a normy and a junkie? The junkie has less active receptors, so they actually require less naloxone.

The junkie would require more naloxone if there are fewer receptors. If there are fewer receptors, there's a smaller chance that the drug will bind to a receptor. You can think of receptors and drugs as cups sitting out in the rain; the movement of raindrops(drugs) are random, so the more cups(receptors) there are lying around the more likely it is that a given raindrop will fall in a cup. If there aren't that many cups out, there needs to be a lot more rain for the same amount of water to enter a cup.
There's a different reason they say to give a small amount. You need a small amount of chemicals activating your opiate receptors at any time to feel normal. The chemicals that do that are called endorphins. When you have a tolerance to opiates like heroin, you can't feel that small amount of endorphins, which makes you feel shitty. This is what withdrawal is. Since naloxone blocks the opiate receptor, it blocks endorphins from attaching and actually causes withdrawal to happen. So if you have a tolerance and are injected with naloxone, you're put into…
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Shit Monkinbury - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 14:32:52 EST ID:tBE1xsOJ No.77452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77439
I think you may have lost the right to post on /chem/


weed anxiety killer: extra glutamate + NMDA support + a GABAergic drug? by Edward Sodgelare - Mon, 14 Sep 2015 01:02:33 EST ID:zmbaP4Ph No.77163 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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weed suppresses the release of gaba and glutamate, leading to less NMDA function. NMDA antagonists induce a relatively psychotic state, while less gaba directly leads to higher anxiety levels
if you corrected both those issues would your high be better?
many people think benzos often make weed highs much more enjoyable, and benzos potentiate gaba.
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William Draffingfidge - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 12:33:44 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.77181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>77180
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William Draffingfidge - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 12:43:29 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.77182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Where is your source for that? I know it will lead to a surpression of GABA, but have not seen anything on glutamate specifically.

It might fix the problem, but I am not sure, but what is somewhat contradictory is that GABAergic activity usually acts in opposition to glutamate, and glutamate works on AMPA and NMDA receptors. So increasing GABA is going to increase glutamate related activity, at least in terms of action potential activation and cell depolarization
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Esther Murdlock - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 00:18:43 EST ID:5WJ2hczX No.77348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Albert Sidgebanks - Tue, 15 Dec 2015 17:04:21 EST ID:8jmEL2Jc No.77434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Free Glutamate is excitotoxic I would not eat it...

It is an amino acid, which are the things that make up proteins. The problem with eating pure glutamate is this: The body is designed to break down proteins OVER TIME in the stomach, releasing the amino acids relatively slowly. When you eat free glutamate, the body can't process it correctly in the short amount of time and it will over stimulate the glutamate receptor, killing it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1bYNsSCxjQ
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Whitey Bombleshit - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 05:10:31 EST ID:BF6CJxDN No.77451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've never heard anything about weed blocking glutamate either. Anyways, you're overthinking things. All you need to do is increase gaba. Benzos do this job perfectly. There isn't even any accessible way to activate glutamate or nmda receptors directly anyways. And all the roundabout ways increase anxiety.

You should just experiment with anxiolytic drugs, though. Look at things from your scientific reverse-engineering perspective you'd never think of opiates, but opiates actually help weed anxiety a lot. It's not a sustainable solution, but it is an example of one you wouldn't ordinarily predict.
Consider giving l-theanine, chamomile, and valerian root a try. They can all be effective for anxiety and all raise gaba. The latter two are best brewed into a tea with some sugar, but you can find capsules if you're in a pinch.


Does activated charcoal filter out metamizole sodium? by Albert Fashdock - Fri, 11 Dec 2015 15:23:51 EST ID:Yed83DJN No.77426 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /chem/ I am doing a CWE of codeine, but the pills I plan to use contain 300 mg of metamizole sodium.

Since I don't know shit about chemistry and google doesn't help much, does anyone here know if activated charcoal filters it out ? Wikipedia makes me think it does: "It is considered fairly safe on overdose, but in these cases supportive measures are usually advised as well as measures to limit absorption (such as activated charcoal)", but I wanna be sure and ask just in case.
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Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw - Sat, 12 Dec 2015 16:03:15 EST ID:4ppVjZXo No.77427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77426
Why are you using activated charcoal to filter out caffeine in the first place? With my minor knowledge of spectroscopy, I would guess that a decent amount of codeine would be filtered out with the caffeine. They're mainly light-refracting aromatics (especially large ones) that are filtered by charcoal. Morphinan containing compounds (all semi and full opiates) fall within this group

To answer your question, yes metamizole sodium can be filtered through charcoal but how much is a different story.
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Edward Caddlekadge - Sun, 13 Dec 2015 09:00:18 EST ID:Yed83DJN No.77429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77427
Yeah I understand that some of the product is lost in the filtration, but it can't be helped because this is the easier and most reliable way to remove the caffeine.

Appreciate your answer, it made me think maybe I should stick to the more expensive brand just in case.


Burning a dilute tincture? by Cyril Niggerbury - Sun, 13 Dec 2015 01:33:45 EST ID:WSkWKGa2 No.77428 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What would happen if one were to dilute an ethanol tincture in water to something like 10% ABV, then ignite it? Would the other constituents of the tincture burn up as well? Would all the alcohol burn out or only some of it?
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 04:36:12 EST ID:/fO8PDhH No.77438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It wont burn at all. Aquaeous ethanol solutions are flammable at about fifty percent. Throughout history water has been used to quench fires.

What might happen is the ethanol will evaporate faster than the water, with vapour that is mostly ethanol. That way you could indeed drive out most of the ethanol. Its called destillation

But in order to judge practicality, you should supply more informations on this tincture


Processing Nutmeg by John Billingforth - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 19:58:51 EST ID:IC4NS5Rj No.77385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I found out recently that nutmeg is a far more interesting plant than I knew it was before. It contains elmincin, d-pinene, limonene, d-borneol, l-terpineol, geraniol, safrol, and myristicin.

Some of these are well known precursors to mmda, mdma I think, and even mescalin.

Is there any simple manner to process these into something a little better, that would require relatively minimal knowledge of chemistry and minimal equipment, or would I be better off calling it good enough and just extract the better components and scrap the sludge?
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Fri, 04 Dec 2015 07:05:25 EST ID:p3AW4bFv No.77404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>77398
should be the easiest route since the starting material is dirt cheap and in essence you only have to alter a single functional group.

all the necessary reactions are covered in OC 1, so any undergrad or interested amateur should be able to come up with a synthesis sheme

but id guess itd take around 4 steps to get to MDA.
eventhough the last step seems very straightforward, prepping the acid chloride would be a pain in the ass unless one had access to proper chlorinating/brominating agents. roducing those yourself would make the whole thing a lot more difficult.

perhaps oxidizing the aldehyde could be skipped, but i havent found a way to go straight to the chloride


>>77400
so, if your raw material contains 1% of the desired compound youd theoretically need a kilo to yield 10g. but that wont happen since the raw material contains a multitude of similar chemicals.

and even after that youd have to factor in the losses at ever synthesis step unless youd manage to get quantitative yields for every reaction.
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 09:56:14 EST ID:p3AW4bFv No.77413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77405
fuck me, thats elegant!
thatd offer two routes both with only two steps

ive never done that reaction but ive worked with sodium azide before, to prep some azides via SN2, and it isnt that hard to handle properly if you have lab experience
looking back i shouldve been intimidated by that 2kg container.

but im guessing that the reaction itself might be quite hazardous and producing sodium azide by yourself is an effort unlikely to be fruitful

but one can dream
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Walter Hellyshit - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 11:52:40 EST ID:cM6rhCgJ No.77414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77413

Well, I mean, if you're really interested, you could pry out old airbags and collect the capsules. You just have to make sure the battery is disconnected and that you don't accidentally rupture the container or jar it too much.

I'm interested in hearing your experiences in working with it though, I just assumed the reaction would be too dangerous to attempt for me, but I work with dangerous chemical regularly, I just don't regularly run synth like your organic chemmies.
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Schepperschop - Fri, 11 Dec 2015 12:25:47 EST ID:SfzslPvZ No.77424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I used to extract the oil from mace with acetone, then put the oil in a vaporiser and it tasted pretty good and I was able to get high from it.
When I extracted oil from 100 grams of mace, the oil at the bottom was to thick to pour into my vaporiser and I put it into two 500mg capsules and got pretty fucking high from that.
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Schepperschop - Fri, 11 Dec 2015 15:03:43 EST ID:SfzslPvZ No.77425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>77424


LSA Extraction by Walter Gollernog - Tue, 25 Nov 2014 21:11:02 EST ID:Gz/SgZBZ No.75793 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm looking at Kash's LSA Extraction Tek.
https://wiki.dmt-nexus.me/Kash%27s_Advanced_LSA_Extraction
I'm wondering a few things, if anyone could shed some light I'd really appreciate it. Could the acetone used for the initial crude extraction be effectively substituted with %99 isopropyl alcohol? Other LSA teks instruct users to defat before creating a polar solution. Will separating fats with impure naptha after creating aqueous LSA citrate result in less impurities than soaking plant matter in impure naptha then filtering it and leaving it to dry? Are impurities left by very small amounts of naptha and toluene a danger? Are laboratory grade solvents necessary?
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Lillian Creffinghood - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 19:13:54 EST ID:dHbWUW5F No.77248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75793
My never fail tek is to pick green pods, heavenly blues, the big ones, fill up a quart mason jar, chop them up with a chef's knife, put them back in the jar, fill it with acetone or xylene, shake it up for like 5 minuites, filter it out into a pyrex dish with a fan blowing over it, put a few dropper fulls of hcl in there so it crystalizes rather than goos up, let it dry up, scrape it, weigh it, dilute 100mg to 5ml in a dropper vial, 1000ug hits.
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Caroline Granddale - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 15:48:25 EST ID:KuwX3RE6 No.77410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77248
Does this comletely eliminate the nausea because that is what I'm looking for.
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A Wizard - Wed, 09 Dec 2015 16:43:21 EST ID:CDuFdKf+ No.77418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77410

No... LSA it's self seems to cause nausea in most people, so it can't be completely eliminated. It'll help a lot though.
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Hannah Dicklebury - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 20:52:52 EST ID:0LQJvC/t No.77420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Check your solvents by drying them on a clean plate. If they leave residue then that is bad, if it dries clear that means there is nothing left behind.

Lab grade solvents are not necessary, most solvents if they have anything in it will be water. Solvents from the hardware store are okay. Test it on a plate. Acetone is good because it evaporates quickly. Whether or not alcohol will work depends on the specific polarity and pKa of the LSA in your solution.
LSD is supposed to be 3.04 D with a pKa of 7.8.

I think this means you want it below pH 8, hence the acid and the best solvent would be acetone, unless you have cyclohexanone. It will be slightly different for LSA but considering there are not really better solvents available in this range its kind of not important.

Alcohol might work in general, but not for the conditions in this tek.

>Will separating fats with impure naptha after creating aqueous LSA citrate result in less impurities than soaking plant matter in impure naptha then filtering it and leaving it to dry?
you would have to base it first or the LSA would stay in the water
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Hannah Dicklebury - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 20:54:59 EST ID:0LQJvC/t No.77421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
does anyone know if solid LSA flashes in the dark like LSD?
>A totally pure salt, when dry and when shaken in the dark, will emit small flashes of white light.
https://www.erowid.org/library/books_online/tihkal/tihkal26.shtml


Evolution by Matilda Gaddlenat - Mon, 30 Nov 2015 21:38:30 EST ID:tw7MXaV8 No.77389 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can someone post a good talk or lecture that goes into extreme detail concerning the evolution of homo sapiens and our common ancestor with other primates?
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 03:01:48 EST ID:ILVV3idO No.77412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77389

Campbell covers it well on an undergraduate basis and it's easy to find a torrent of it online. You're not going to get "extreme deal" from a TED talk or whatever.
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Shitting Trotwill - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 14:31:50 EST ID:tw7MXaV8 No.77415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>77412
yea i don't want a TED talk, i'm looking for like a 2 hour talk on youtube or something. i found a ton on electromagnetism, hydrologic modeling, etc. was wondering i there was some for evolution from a workshop or classroom or what not.


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