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HALP by Cedric Greenbury - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 03:43:01 EST ID:4/Nrhjqd No.76235 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /chem/

I am in general chemistry and require your help as I've been hammering my head at this problem for about an hour now, while it is due in about 30 minutes (midnight).

Ag+ + 2NH3 = Ag(NH3)2

determine the concentration of NH3(aq) that is required to dissolve 365 mg of AgCl(s) in 100.0 mL of solution.

Kf ( Ag(NH3)2 = 2e7
Ksp ( AgCl) = 1.77e-10

Found that the concentration of AgCl is .0255 and that

Ksp x Kf = 0.00354

Thanks, and in return, here is some Whale Tail.
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James Sullerway - Fri, 22 May 2015 06:22:47 EST ID:PmQEbrmC No.76567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well sorry to be 2 weeks late but you're going to want to get the moles of Ag in AgCl
.365/143.323 = 2.5467 e-3
and you'll need twice that amount of moles of NH3 to get the silver nitrate, per the logic of your balanced equation.
If you want to wind up with 100ml worth, you'll get your ideal concentration from dividing your moles by your liters
2.5467 e-3 *2 /.1L = .05093 mol/L
the ksp is mostly irrelevant, as the reaction consumes the Ag it will continue to dissociate from AgCl due to a lack of concentration, though it will still take awhile.


Greating reality/Knowing the future. by Albert Foshkack - Fri, 06 Mar 2015 04:14:15 EST ID:emiuZirA No.76204 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sorry if this seems like a non science topic but at the times of quantum physics everything is possible. I am writing this the 2nd time so i will try to be short (I will let you know why below).
I have noticed in my life to many random coincidences to actually be random. All of these examples are true and exactly as they happned.
  1. My friend randomly said that varba iff (persons nicname) could come and fall with a bike (I dont know the word in english but falling the same way as hitting front breakes hard) , we hadnt seen that person in years , and 4 min later the exact thing happned.
2.We were walking in a supermarket with my gf and i suddenly told her that i have a feeling that a ceiling lamp will fall down and seconds later it happned.
3. I was riding home from a party when i was underage with my scooter.Was drunk as fuck (no traffic ,quite remote location, police seen few times a year) .And suddenly i get this feeling that i should sit down in the woods that was beside the road. And i did that. And 1 min later police drove by.
4. This is just an odd thing. Yesterday night i was at home and i wrote alot better post than this. I was just about to klick submit post when electricity went out for 4 sec. Not a usual thing to have power problems in city.
5. Also all these random times when you talk about someone and he/she shows up etc
Anyway. If i want to study this topic how should i start? Has someone looked into it? It cant be always random , these things are too accurate for that. I have alot more storyes how these feeling saved me from speeding ticket etc. I bet that everyone of you has had these sensations /said out something that will happen. Is it possible that by our interactions we can write ''code to the matrix'' that affects reality or can we just understand future because it is already there? I dont know ,if someone can link me to something i would be really happy. Questioning reality is so fun.And if you say that this is not science but philosophy than yes. But on our times old math does not do the trick anymore anyways so...

Peace :)
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Matilda Hellerford - Tue, 10 Mar 2015 04:43:01 EST ID:Y2qlWUOC No.76226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76221
You people are mean.
You think that Confirmation bias has something to do with it? It is the anserw to everything? You are just boring as fuck.
For op
http://noosphere.princeton.edu/

Meaningful Correlations in Random Data
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Hedda Fombleham - Tue, 10 Mar 2015 09:05:01 EST ID:TtNn9wfR No.76227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76226
>Meaningful Correlations in Random Data
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George Snodfield - Wed, 11 Mar 2015 10:37:42 EST ID:APETLK7R No.76229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76204
This shit always happens to me, if i think of something especially if its a good idea or plan or thinking of a specific person somehow without any effort on my part they tend to appear or the end result of the plan happens in a manner i never expected. This is definitely the wrong board for this, but just accept it and realize that you're more in tune with the infinite than most and that's why your instincts are on point.
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James Gunderridge - Wed, 11 Mar 2015 18:26:44 EST ID:AjMW3dHV No.76230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76226
>You are just boring as fuck.
It's infinitely more interesting than the ramblings of some fucking acid casualty.
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Thomas Febberpidging - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 00:46:19 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.76233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76230
lol'ed hard

>>76226
Its not that anybody is mean or boring. But you are posting on a science board, its expected that a good amount of people here are trained in answering questions with tangible evidence, not twisted quantum mechanics.

Consider that the human brain is really good at seeing patterns, sometimes to our detriment. Pic related, an american electrical outlet. Too me it kind of looks like a face, probably scared or in horror. But think about what you are actually looking at, an outlet. Why do you see a face in it? There is nothing about an outlet that even remotely resembles a face in reality.
Same with cartoon smiley faces or symbols or whatever. The brain processes patterns and such so well we sometimes see them in places they really aren't. There are ways to test whether or not these coincidences you are experiencing really are something significant. You didn't do that. If you tallied up every thing of significance that happened to you, and compared that to what should be possible statistically through calculation, and brought some statistics in to show it was significant, you'd be onto something. But you didn't.


What is inside this thing? by Ernest Gennerfield - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 14:03:02 EST ID:FywAGpau No.75242 Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Phoebe Gallyman - Thu, 05 Mar 2015 19:15:30 EST ID:uIXBnvmm No.76201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Holy shit I made this thread back in august of 2014. Since then, this this randomly decided to stop holding whatever fluid was inside it. It leaked out all over my desk and a bunch of jewelery. It was super sticky it nothing will dissolve it off the jewelry. It's been on there for at least 4 months or so, sticky as ever, like honey but more sticky. It smells really weird too, kind of like vinegar. I wonder what the fuck
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John Billerchig - Fri, 06 Mar 2015 03:22:51 EST ID:+0Ci6TLP No.76202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76201
I recognize that thing. I think it's the same stuff from inside Stretch Armstrong.
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Nathaniel Pickdock - Fri, 06 Mar 2015 03:50:21 EST ID:iiBda9a+ No.76203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76201
probably glycerin based. i'm sure theres a solvent you can use on that
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trypto - Fri, 06 Mar 2015 09:15:13 EST ID:MX8ylq9S No.76205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76201
Try:
water
soapy water
isopropynol
acetone

If none of those work, you'll need something very non-polar, like naptha.
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Cornelius Sazzlecocke - Mon, 09 Mar 2015 21:52:33 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.76224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76189
>GC/MS and TLC
lol running mass spec to figure this problem out?
Sounds a bit extreme!


Labware Piece Name by Eliza Pickcocke - Sun, 08 Mar 2015 03:39:32 EST ID:RLSN+6eM No.76212 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you call this thing? Cheap little thing used for multiple tests at once.
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James Branningtack - Sun, 08 Mar 2015 20:38:47 EST ID:mEgh7QsF No.76216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76212
we call them spot plates
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Esther Mammlekudge - Mon, 09 Mar 2015 00:24:31 EST ID:vFjYr6dk No.76218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks.
Do you think polystyrene/plastic will hold up to diluted sulfuric acid or do I need ceramic?
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trypto - Mon, 09 Mar 2015 10:03:05 EST ID:MX8ylq9S No.76222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76218
Yeah, you want ceramic. James is right, it's spot plates you want, not microtiter.

What are you using it for?
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Cornelius Sazzlecocke - Mon, 09 Mar 2015 21:49:34 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.76223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76216
IDK we always called them 96-well plates. Or 6/12/24/48/96-well plates, depending on how many wells there are. Use them for cell culture, specifically serial limited-dilution subcloning.
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Molly Sonningwill - Wed, 11 Mar 2015 21:22:26 EST ID:RLSN+6eM No.76232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76222
Just for reagent testing.


Mescaline Extraction by Walter Wackleshaw - Fri, 06 Mar 2015 17:01:10 EST ID:DCY4dwJA No.76207 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Someone was thinking of using Erowid's guide to extract Mescaline from San Pedro Cactus, but they realized that xylene/toluene/MEK were not sold in their lovely state of California. What can be a readily available substitute? This person already called all major hardware supply stores and small mom n pop shops with the same answer, no xylene.

However, there are xylene substitutes made just for California. One of them in particular is made up of "Light aliphatic solvent naphtha (petroleum), Acetic acid, ethyl ester {Ethyl acetate}, Petroleum Hydrocarbons [presumably benzene/benzene derivatives], 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene {Pseudocumene}, Xylene (mixed isomers) {Benzene, dimethyl-}"

Would using this substitute be any less safe than using pure xylene? Would any other method of extraction be better for this person than trying the one on Erowid with this xylene substitute? Some insight would be great.
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Fuck Grandlock - Sat, 07 Mar 2015 02:03:19 EST ID:MX8ylq9S No.76208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
THose mixtures sound too polar. Maybe washing them with brine would work. I'm not sure though that's a guess.

That gif is priceless.
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Eugene Bunlock - Sun, 08 Mar 2015 18:18:01 EST ID:/PpUcmdr No.76214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you want toluene or xylene, your best bet is to call a dedicated paint shop like Sherman Williams. Or look on Amazon, come to think of it. I personally wouldn't bother with a state-approved substitute, though it looks like it would be safe. Your next best bet is something like VM&P Naphtha.


Chemical Naming Question by Charles Poffingpitch - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 01:54:27 EST ID:RLSN+6eM No.76154 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've read chemical names such as "MgSO4.1H20" and I don't understand that .1H20 at the end. Can someone explain what this means?
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Syllogism - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 03:01:29 EST ID:stqlrmZK No.76155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Represents waters of hydration/crystallization. i.e. per mole of magnesium sulfate, there will be one mole of water coordinating it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_of_crystallization
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Fucking Pummerdock - Mon, 02 Mar 2015 00:42:42 EST ID:RLSN+6eM No.76197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So if you wanted to buy an anhydrous chemical, you'd need to make sure there was no water postfix?


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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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.
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Henry Nadgefoot - Sun, 01 Mar 2015 19:17:40 EST ID:+HCz7u/R No.76196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
HUMAN ERYTHROCYTE BUT NOT BRAIN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE HYDROLYSES HEROIN TO MORPHINE
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1046/j.1440-1681.1999.03090.x/full


Preparing for my first advanced lab course... by Polly Cruzzlebock - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 20:37:50 EST ID:eFMytRW7 No.76172 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /chem/

In my first lab of my first advanced chem course I need to synthesise N-benzylphthalimide (shown as product in pic). I want to verify that my mechanism (done under acidic conditions, using acetic acid) is correct.

I don't understand the signifiance of how acidic conditions will play into my process; I know that benzylamine is a base and have used it as such in my mechanism to abstract protons, but this may be very incorrect.

Can you help me improve my mechanism with tips?

> the experimental:

phthalic anhydride + acetic acid + benzylamine added together, heated under reflux for 1hr, a bunch of water is added and the mixture rebrought to the boilrecrystallised from ethanol.
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Polly Cruzzlebock - Sat, 28 Feb 2015 08:31:45 EST ID:eFMytRW7 No.76184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76183

Well, fuck, now my amine is attached. I am not sure I'm going the right way. Going to go back to my original mechanism and continue from Step 4 like our friend told me.
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Polly Cruzzlebock - Sat, 28 Feb 2015 08:40:41 EST ID:eFMytRW7 No.76185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76184

Did I nail it?
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trypto - Sat, 28 Feb 2015 09:12:12 EST ID:o453XOwG No.76186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76185
I was thinking more like this. could be wrong, but this mechanism certainly looks cooler.
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Syllogism - Sat, 28 Feb 2015 18:43:48 EST ID:stqlrmZK No.76190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76185

I can make out a few esoteric details that might get marked off but aside from that it looks good.

Depending on how much of a stickler your TA is you might wanna put lone pairs on the quaternary oxoanion intermediates in 2, 3, 5, and 6.

>76186

There'd be problems with orbital overlap. The nucleophile's HOMO would attack the electrophile's LUMO, which is the C=O pi* orbital, not the C-O s* orbital. Doing so before the ejection of a leaving group from the first addition would be no es bueno.
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William Poggleville - Sat, 28 Feb 2015 20:00:37 EST ID:eFMytRW7 No.76191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76190

Done, and thanks all! What a great board, first time I've asked a chem question on here and you guys absolutely delivered. I'll be back for your knowledge.


Salt Forms by Doris Ponnermodge - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 01:24:16 EST ID:RLSN+6eM No.76142 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How does that work? Most are in HCl. So that means that hydrochloric acid was added to the freebase drug, correct?
So what exactly is bonding the HCl to the drug? And is it in a 1:1 mole ratio?

What else is there? Acetate, citrate, fumarate... Can you do this with any acid?

Also, how do you google this? What's the terminlogy? "Salt forms" isn't helping me much.
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Henry Pockforth - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 20:10:12 EST ID:o453XOwG No.76160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76158
>Bombastus
Are you a AXE bro?
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Syllogism - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 13:03:47 EST ID:stqlrmZK No.76167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76159

An amide is just another functional group, or particular arrangement of atoms whom together have predictable properties.

Here, I circled the amide.
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Green Fox - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 15:22:33 EST ID:0YyKnwjY No.76169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76167


Syllogism only brought up amides to make his smarty-pants hydrolysis side comment. Amphetamine, of course, has an amine group, not an amide. I'm not sure what structure he's posted above, so forget about that.

Many drugs have an amine group, which is a nitrogen singly bonded to 1, 2 or 3 carbon atoms. At ambient conditions, it will form 3 stable bonds. After acid is added, an extra H atom is added, the formal charge on the nitrogen becomes +1, and whatever species donated the hydrogen will have a charge of -1. The two charged species will associate together closely in solution, and even form a crystal lattice together when dried (thus hydrochloride salt, etc).
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Isabella Miblingway - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 18:53:21 EST ID:VM+h5a4O No.76171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76167

But that has nothing to do with amphetamine or free bases.
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Syllogism - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 23:48:23 EST ID:stqlrmZK No.76177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76169

excuse me, I read acetaminophen, not amphetamine.


questions for chemistry people by Esther Pobblechutch - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 12:44:22 EST ID:6TZ93eBn No.76162 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what happens if you "impregnate" Rhodium Foil 5mil Thick with "a bath" of 5-MeO-aMT (alpha O DMS?) in a 20gal fish tank in the dark with pure water and . 3.4 volts low amp?.

And what is this stuff all made from? the only starting chemical I can find for stuff like this and DMT is something called an "indole" but when I look it up I learn there are indoleS and a good number of them and when I google "how to make indol"....

I thought it was from a plant. every variation of this search and I've searched about a dozen prominent drug chemistry websites for how to make indole, indole synthesis. I've seen shit ranging from people "ordering a drum of indole" to using indole3butryicacid which I'm pretty sure I have in my desk for rooting clones.

thanks for your time.
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trypto - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 00:00:11 EST ID:o453XOwG No.76165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76162
Indoles are a very large class of compounds ranging from compounds that give your shit stank to compounds that make you trip balls. The thing they have in common is the indole backbone (look on the wiki for indole).

Plants do have a variety of indoles, including DMT and rooting hormones (auxins).

>what happens if you "impregnate" Rhodium Foil 5mil Thick with "a bath" of 5-MeO-aMT (alpha O DMS?) in a 20gal fish tank in the dark with pure water and . 3.4 volts low amp?.
Sounds like nothing.


Murrica by Hannah Blackgold - Fri, 30 Jan 2015 15:36:12 EST ID:1CHcYktN No.76055 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why yo public so dumb?
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/01/150129143030.htm

Not that mine's any better.
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James Darthall - Fri, 13 Feb 2015 11:06:02 EST ID:+0Ci6TLP No.76105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76104
He didn't drink hemlock because people were dumb. He drank hemlock because he was sentenced to death; if he ran away, his entire movement and all of his ideas would be immediately dismissed by virtually everyone, because he'd just be another nameless, honorless coward. He made a statement with his death: these ideas are right and are worth dying for.
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James Bellywell - Mon, 16 Feb 2015 08:41:16 EST ID:jHoDdHLb No.76106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76105

And why was he sentenced to death?
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Samuel Crammerstedge - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 08:47:37 EST ID:g/mredIS No.76144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76106
From memory, because he was said to be corrupting the youth with his ideas
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Thomas Brummlebidge - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 18:23:06 EST ID:09vL/h+g No.76163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wonder if the popular perception of scientists has anything to do with it?
Countries that dislike or oppose western culture are more likely to reject western discoveries or research, but even within the USA there's still this idea that scientists are misanthropic or laughably awkward.

>>76062
>I don't believe that every non-STEM person is a fucking idiot by birth but I do believe that they aren't taught to think and really look at the facts in these matters
Well let's be honest, it's not like your average STEM person is a master of critical thinking. It's just not something that comes to humans easily. Look at how many of them fall into dumb /tinfoil/ shit.
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trypto - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 23:53:18 EST ID:o453XOwG No.76164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>76163
>Look at how many of them fall into dumb /tinfoil/ shit.
reptile detected. Opinion discarded.


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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Whitey Drinderbanks - Sun, 30 Nov 2014 08:48:27 EST ID:dH6V9OBg No.75821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I did it with ~1000 seeds and fucked up and barely got one dose.

> Are impurities left by very small amounts of naptha and toluene a danger? Are laboratory grade solvents necessary?
It's all right. I fucking drank the xylene man.
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Ian Dronkinnudging - Sat, 21 Feb 2015 21:54:39 EST ID:40Q00fz0 No.76138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyone know anything about Chromatographing Lysergics?
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Ian Dronkinnudging - Sat, 21 Feb 2015 21:59:57 EST ID:40Q00fz0 No.76139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Has anyone here ever succeeded at an LSA extract?
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Ernest Buzzdale - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 17:57:25 EST ID:oSUD1ShI No.76148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
any method of using non toxic and non dangerous chemicals?
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Cornelius Pirringshit - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 11:38:07 EST ID:40Q00fz0 No.76149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>76148
None of these chemicals are dangerous so long as you use the proper protocols, like getting rid of all the solvents.
There's no non-toxic chemicals that can be used for defatting, but alcohol could be used for extraction.


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