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“Neongreen”(True form)

“Neongreen is Ben Bunjiro’s Demon-Partner. And Ben Bunjiro becomes the Demon-Hero Green-Poison when possessed by Neongreen

In his true form, Neongreen is an large green goblin Demon with arms, legs and a tail. He has a white face with dark-green eyes and he has the same size of Ben Bunjiro. He wears a white jacket and glasses.

Personality: intelligent, caring, cheerfull, intelligent

Species: Goblin Demon

Skill:

Intelligence

Recovery: can heal his Friends

Smogpotion: creates a poison potion to throw his enemy.

Smogbody: can turn into his 1st form.

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“Neongreen” (1st form)

He’s a green smog cloud-like Demon with two horns, green eyes, and a tiny mouth.

Skill: recovery

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Fresher research analyst Pharma job openings in synzeal research Pvt Ltd January 2021

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A Top Cosmetic Chemist Answers Your Skin Care Questions

A Top Cosmetic Chemist Answers Your Skin Care Questions

If you’ve ever tried to concoct a DIY face mask and ended up with a Pinterest fail, you can appreciate the work of cosmetic chemists. These scientists are the brains behind our favorite products, and without them, we’d all be wearing mashed avocado on our faces rather than the real-deal active ingredients that actually work.
Ron Robinson is a master of transforming said ingredients into highly…


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Can’t get heroin until tomorrow so I’m making methaqualone aka Quaaludes.


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Sexuality, Gender and pronouns, and who they’re significant other is!

(Don’t read if your gonna hate or if your don’t wanna see!)

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I don’t really need to test it’s efficacy due to the large body of research on inorganic arsenic and it’s toxicity. I will however be testing two toxins I made today: mercury (II) chloride and sodium azide.

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Ignore the impurities in the mercury chloride. I have to recrystallize it anyways.

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Caffeine extraction from some boxes of expresso.

Personally I hate the taste of coffee so this is better for me.

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We respect foodies. We know in that In the name of diet “Stopped eating Biryani” is impossible. But having more vegetable on regular diet is possible. Leafy green vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. They’re packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber but low in calories. Eating a diet rich in leafy greens can offer numerous health benefits including reduced risk of obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure and mental decline…..From today start eating Biryani twice a month and more vegetable on regular diet.  ..

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Your body creates it’s own cannabinoids.

Your body creates it’s own cannabinoids.

Yes. That’s true. Your body creates 2 of it’s own cannabinoids. One example of a cannabinoid your body creates is Anadamide. Anadamide was discovered in 1992 by a team of 3 Israeli scientists at a leading Israeli medical university. It’s known as the bliss molecule. Whenever you are feeling overjoyed about something, anandamide is active in your system. Cannabinoids that occur naturally within…


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HDIP Karachi Jobs 2021

HDIP Karachi Jobs 2021

HDIP Karachi Jobs 2021
Applications are invited from suitable candidates for appointments against the following posts of PSDP funded project titled as ‘Strengthening. Up-Gradation and ISO Certification of Karachi Laboratories Complex (KLC) at HDIP Operation Office. Karachi – on a merit basis. The following vacant positions are located in Karachi. The gender required for the following vacant…


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On December 29th 1766 the chemist and inventor Charles Macintosh was born in Glasgow.

His father originally came from the Highlands, moving to Glasgow to set up a factory in Dennistoun in 1777 to manufacture a violet-red dying powder made from lichens (cudbear).

The young Macintosh had a passion for chemistry and science. By the time he was twenty, he had opened a plant in Glasgow for producing ammonia from coal-gas waste. About the same time, he introduced the manufacture of lead and aluminium acetates to Britain. He also made advances in cloth-dyeing processes, opened Scotland’s first alum works, helped devise a method for making bleaching powder, and developed improved methods of iron production. So he was a busy guy long before he invented the water proof garment that bears his name to this day.

A waste product of the Glasgow gasworks was naphtha, a volatile liquid hydrocarbon mixture. In 1819 Macintosh began experimenting with the naphtha and discovered that it dissolved rubber. Applying the knowledge of textiles he had gained as a dye-maker, Macintosh had the idea of using the liquid rubber to waterproof fabrics. He painted one side of wool cloth with the rubber solution, then laid a second thickness of cloth over it. The rubber interior made the resulting sandwich of cloth waterproof.

Although it was more or less an overnight success, the original Macintosh cloth was stiff, smelly, and prone to melting in the heat, but these problems only led to further inventions. Macintosh merged with the clothing company Thomas Hancock in 1830 and began to produce their own ready-to-wear coats. Hancock invented a method of vulcanizing rubber which solved much of the stiffness, smell, and melting problems. They also started using cotton instead of wool, whose oils had a tendency to break down the rubber. They also learned how to tape and glue seams to resist the elements more than stitches alone. The Mackintosh brand is so closely associated with the raincoat that the word “mac” or “mack” can refer to a raincoat of any kind.  The earliest known reference to a “Mackintosh Cloak” was in 1835. It is not known how or why a “k” was added to Macintosh’s name.


The flourishing factory supplied coats to the Police, Railway Workers the military, the Franklin Arctic expedition, as well as the general public

Charles Macintosh was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1823, in recognition of his various chemical discoveries. He died on the 25th of July, 1843, at Dunchattan in Scotland and was buried in the graveyard of Glasgow Cathedral, where a stone in the north wall marks his grave. Charles Macintosh with a ‘k’ and his eponymous invention are as much a part of everyday vocabulary as sandwich, biro, hoover and google; even if posterity continues to misspell his name. 

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Synthesis of arsenic trioxide by reacting arsenic with red fuming nitric acid to eventually form arsenic triflouride (+3 oxidation state as the +5 oxidation state results in the highly toxic gas arsenic pentafluoride which I don’t want to work with).

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Know more about chemistry here!

https://graphene-oxide.net/

graphite chemical formula

graphite symbol

graphite structure

graphite uses

graphite periodic table

graphite streak

where is graphite found

what is graphite used for

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Just realized that both of my main TF2 OCs, Tobas and Chemist are my oldest OCs (w/ how old they are)

Chem being 24/5 and Tobas being 40

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100g of arsenic (99.9999% pure), 30g of mercury (99.9% pure) and 3g of thallium (99.95% pure).

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