Chemistry Heartbreak

…With emphasis on the break.

I’ve not posted recently for a variety of reasons. This prompted me to break that silence:

oops

What you see here is the 1 liter erlenmeyer flask that contained my reaction from yesterday, which I was about to pour. Pick up, slip and, it being quite full, crash.

On the plus side, it is the first step and the starting materials are readily available. It is still one of the worst feelings, to see your work smashed on the hood floor.

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2 comments on “Chemistry Heartbreak

  1. Chemjobber says:

    Hey, David — just sent you an e-mail. Hope all is well!

  2. Hi David, I read your blogs on a regular basis. Your humoristic style is witty, keep it up!

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