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Understanding Distillation is still important for Chemical Process Development and Organic Synthesis At Scale.

kilomentor | 25 June, 2009 15:12

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Higee

gyges | 28/06/2009, 06:46

I'd be interested in your opinion of Higee distillation.

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Alexey Gromov | 20/07/2009, 10:27

Hi,
Sorry, I could not find how to send you a message without posting off-topic here.
You have recently posted at chemknowhow.com forum, and I was very glad, as I did not know about your blog before. Now I am reading your blog from time to time and found a lot of very useful points - thanks for doing it!

1) in the mentioned post you said, you have a reference for distillation DMF/EtOH. Could you give it to me, please?

2)how to contact you next time with such kind of off-topics?
3) do you mind if I will "borrow" some of your posts and post at chemknowhow. Of course, not the entire posts, but kind of "abstracts" with referring to your blog? Chemknowhow forum is not commercial and neither we no Prof. Stoltz, have any profit out of it. I just think the content which you post here is really worth of further spreading.

Thanks in advance and goodluck.

Dr. Alexey Gromov (administrator) on behalf of the ChemKnowHow.com team.

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kilomentor | 21/07/2009, 04:47

kilomentor@sympatico.ca

very good

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Re: Understanding Distillation is still important for Chemical Process Development and Organic Synthesis At Scale.

Free english lessons | 27/03/2011, 06:40

yeah... Distillation is always part of the chemical process.

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