5:38 AM
@Zhe Well, I gave everyone another chance... it's a bit curious that the Bounty Hunter didn't post that.
And what orthocresol said. It's there for the visibility, you picked a nice route, so why not reward it.

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I reached 2k rep! 🎉

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Acetic acid effects protonolysis of the borane: If AcOD is used then RD (instead of RH) is formed.

well this is the most ridiculous 75 rep I've ever earned
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@orthocresol \> 40 rep/h
how do you escape quoting in chat ?_?

1:36 PM
> 40 rep / h
hmm
tough one
&gt; 40 rep/h
&#62; 40 rep/h

it is > 40 rep/h

> 40 rep/h
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>> 40 rep/h

&gt; works on main site, but not in chat.

yes, html is not allowed in chat

2:05 PM
I want to do my first unmoderated edit, just to see how it feels, but there is nothing to edit for me, today...

2:17 PM
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It's a modified form of [10] annulene (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclodecapentaene) where internal bridges are used to hold the outer, conjugated ring in a planar geometry and thus with the $4n+2$ rule that outer ring is aromatic. You may be more familiar with the methylene bridged version o...

using Hückel's rules where they are clearly wrong :'(
@orthocresol can you write an answer, you seem to have access to the paper, and I don't D:

2:39 PM
can you explain roults law?
i have a condition where it breaks down

Well, if it's not an ideal solution, you shouldn't expect it to work perfectly

i have a closed container with equal amounts of solution a,b. 'a' is more volatile. so if i have a and b in same quantities in same closed container in some solution, partial pressure due to a must be more than that due to b. hence mole fraction of a dissolved in solution should be less
now aren't they inversely proportional rather than directly proportional

3:34 PM
My first edit without review. Oh, I don't get +2 for edits any more? I will stay at 2k forever, then.
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As the question says, I'm having trouble understanding where does magnetic inequivalence in $\ce{^1H}$ NMR come from. All the sources I've found say that two protons are magnetically equivalent if all $J$ values to all other spins in the molecule are identical. So for example, in 1,2-dibromobenze...

4:32 PM
@quantised Why does volatility of a matter here?
The logic from that to partial pressure is not correct

4:59 PM
@mhchem You could get from tag wiki edits but there's no mathjax :( Also 1k from suggested edits is max; you can loose a bit of rep. if any post with your suggested edit is deleted.

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@Mithoron @Mithoron Good to know that there is a 1k cap. I earned roughly 750 by suggested edits.