Cast Ethylenebis(chloronitramine) Low melting point explosive containing chloronitramine groups -N(Cl)NO2
Diazonium Salts Ignition of Benzenediazonium Perchlorate, Nitrobenzenediazonium Perchlorate, Dinitrobenzene diazonium Perchlorate and the super sensitive Benzenetetrazonium Perchlorate.
Droptest Droptest rig for determining the sensitivity of experimental explosives.
Benzene diazonium chloride
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Amine preparation using diazonium cation
Trestles CW/fs laser for spectroscopy of carbon nanotubes and graphene at Rice University Del Mar Photonics featured customer Bruce Weisman. Professor Weisman ordered Trestles Ti:Sapphire laser with built-in DPSS pump laser. Professor Weisman wrote: Our applications are for graphene and carbon nanotube excitation, mostly with a cw beam but in some experiments with mode-locked pulses. Del Mar Photonics offered Trestles Ti:Sapphire model with both CW and femtosecond modes of operation. Dr. R. Bruce Weisman and his group investigate the spectroscopy and photophysics of fullerenes, graphene and carbon nanotubes. All of these are closed nanoscopic structures formed from carbon atoms. Fullerenes, such as C60, C70, and their chemical derivatives, have unusual molecular properties that cause interesting behaviors following the absorption of light. Time-resolved absorption and emission methods are used to study radiationless decay, photochemical reactions, and energy transfer in fullerenes. Another major research topic is single-walled carbon nanotube spectroscopy. Following the discovery in Weisman?s lab of near-infrared nanotube fluorescence, the group has measured and unraveled the absorption and emission spectra of more than 30 semiconducting nanotube species. Follow-up projects include detailed elucidation of nanotube electronic structure, as well as applications in non-invasive biomedical imaging and ***ytical nanotechnology. Selected Publications R. Bruce Weisman and Shekhar Subramoney "Carbon Nanotubes." Interface (Summer, 2006): 42-46. JP ...
Synthesis of Methyl Orange (time lapse video) About 1.5 hours into less than 5 minutes. Dr. Loehr's Organic 2 Lab! "uuuh, are you sure this experiment was methyl orange? I think we made some sort of plastic..." :D I started recording late. Video starts with it already in ice and adding the HCl by dropper. People came and examined our experiment @ 0:39, 1:35 - about 4 people when we had walked away. Sulfanilic acid, sodium carbonate and water. Mix Sodium Nitrite with water and add this to the first mixture. Cool in ice bath. (video starts here) Then add drop by drop 6M HCl solution, stir and keep cold. Mix together dimethylaniline and acetic acid; combine this with the (now) diazonium salt (aka the original mixture, red liquid) to make a dark red paste. Remove from ice. Add Sodium Hydroxide (becomes orange). Wait 10 mins. Filter the precipitate by suction filtration. Scrape into a boat. Test product by watching it color change when in basic solution then in an acidic solution (in the test tube).