Thursday, November 18, 2004


The Journal of Unpublished Chemistry

`Mesylation of One’s Face.
Mesylation of human skin may be accomplished by the application of methanesulphonyl chloride, in a dichloromethane-aerosol. [..]

Upon Cleaning Glassware: Chromic Acid or “Smash-it-and-bin-it”?
Chromic acid is often the last resort for stubborn contamination on glassware. However, the option of smashing the apparatus, and disposing of it as waste glass, is often overlooked. The merits of both techniques are discussed in this communication.’

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