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Offline webqc

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Does anyone need to use a chemical portal?
« on: 14/05/2006 08:00:44 »
Please take a look at my chemical web portal, and tell your opinion.
newbielink:http://www.webqc.org [nonactive]
Thank you!
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Re: Does anyone need to use a chemical portal?
« Reply #1 on: 14/05/2006 13:28:56 »
I love the periodic table and the fact you can click on each element for extra detail.

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Re: Does anyone need to use a chemical portal?
« Reply #2 on: 14/05/2006 13:52:29 »
A little curious how one gets the atomic weights of transuranic elements, none of which (except maybe a little bit of plutonium and neptunium) exist in nature, and so cannot sensibly determine any natural proportion of isotopes.



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Re: Does anyone need to use a chemical portal?
« Reply #3 on: 15/05/2006 04:08:23 »
For heavy transuranic elements(as well as for Tc) atomic weight correspond to the most stable isotope.
 

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Re: Does anyone need to use a chemical portal?
« Reply #4 on: 29/08/2009 17:20:32 »
hello i am Michael i have recently been interested in finding more about methcathinone and how it is made. can any one help?
 

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