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June 6, 2011
Underused Lab Solvents
Interesting post from Milkshake over at Org Prep Daily on solvents that don't get used as much as they might in synthetic chemistry. Among them: trifluoroethanol, methyl t-butyl ether, and 1-methoxy-2-propanol. Definitely worth a look for those of us who are trying to get things to work at the bench - other nominations welcomed in the comments.
And if you're looking for someone to do that, I believe that Milkshake himself is still looking for a position (unpaid advertisement!)
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