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Old 07-10-2003, 08:07 PM
William David Thweatt
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Rick Novaraxxxx ([Only registered users see links. ]) wrote:
: I am looking for something I can put into some chemicals very similar to
: Automotive enamel reducer, so I can tell the chemicals apart by smell.

: They would have to be inexpensive and basically inert.

Try 1,6-diamonohexane. You can get it through Aldrich. You can easily
distinguish it from benzaldehyde, also available through Aldrich.

William "Dave" Thweatt
Robert E. Welsh Postdoctoral Fellow
Chemistry Department
Rice University
Houston, TX
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