The long forgotten chemical compound!
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TIL of a planned WWII chemical weapon called "Who Me." It was a compound that reeked of fecal matter that French Resistance members could discreetly spray onto occupying German forces. The project was abandoned because the compound was too volatile and stank up anyone who handled it. sfgate.com/news/article/Aโ€ฆ
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Dear shittyaskscience, what sort of chemical compound is this and what does it do?
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What are the chemical reason why calcium is often present in alot of hard substances in living things? Bones in humans, shells in some creatures. What about calcium makes form nice hard compounds?

Like why not some other metal or some other element? Why not another similar alkaline earth metal?

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[Lavos] - Light Show inspired by Caleyemerald! ๐Ÿงช Colors are inspired by chemical compounds I have used in my chemistry lab! reddit.com/gallery/l35lop
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Salt is a mineral composed primarily of sodium chloride (NaCl), a chemical compound belonging to the larger class of salts; salt in its natural form as a crystalline mineral is known as rock salt or halite
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Can anyone please tell me the name or the chemical formula of this compound?
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Is there any resource to find how to pronounce complex chemical compounds in American English?

"Triethylenetetramine" is a word to pronounce even in Spanish, and I don't think this will appear in any dictionary. There's probably no IPA transcription of it anywhere, and it all gets more complicated in my case, because my target accent is the californian accent, so I don't want to find brits or even new yorkers pronouncing this word, it won't help me much.

I guess the best option I have left is to check out some american chemistry that has a fairly neutral american accent, and find how they name similar compounds, browsing through their youtube channels, and then derive some rules from there.

But it sucks, because IPA has helped me many times!

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[University Celluar Biology: The chemical components of a cell] Which compound is protein?
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Daily Akari #147 ~ Ahh, nothing like some potato chips that have been dusted with a small amount of an ionic compound with the chemical formula NaCl, representing a 1:1 ratio of sodium and chloride ions.
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This is a naturally occurring chemical compound
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What is the chemical compound on this Beast coffee mug I found at Goodwill?
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Yellow, grainy, chemical compound (sugar-grain sized) stored in a small pouch encased in a glass pot containing plastic shreds for shock-resistance.
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Polaroid chief chemist Howard G Rogers and unidentified others as they pose with 5,000 bottles of chemical compounds used to discover the Polaroid color film process, 1963
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The chemical weapon TP-III (from the Siege of Vraks) is a real compound

First I'll quote the relevant section of text that describes the chemical and its effect, then I'll look at how we translate its name into a real chemical compound that actually exists.

From Imperial Armour Volume Six: The Siege of Vraks - Part Two (2008), pages 35-36 & 40:

> ##Last Stand of the 19th##

> The planned new supplies and reinforcements could do nothing to assist the plight of the 19th siege regiment though. It was cut off, surrounded by the enemy with its back to the unbridgeable Demus trench. It had been a necessary sacrifice to save the other regiments of 1st line korps, but that was little consolation for the Krieg guardsmen now trapped and facing certain death.

> The instrument of that destruction would be the warbands of the Plague Father - the dreaded Lords of Decay and the Apostles of Contagion. The blighted followers of the Chaos god Nurgle had also come to Vraks and it was a battlefield to their liking. Already devastated by the ceaseless artillery duel, where the dead lay unburied and the ground had become infectious with disease from the decaying corpses of the slain, it would be a fertile ground for Nurgle's followers and his favoured weapons. With the 19th siege regiment trapped, they would become the subjects of the Lord of Decay's special attention and pleasure.

> Since the beginning of the war, the Imperium's commanders had suspected that Cardinal Xaphan's forces were in possession of proscribed weaponry. Vraks had once been used as a safe storage dump for chemical weapons that had been forbidden thousands of years ago. It seemed these must have fallen into the Cardinal's hands when the revolt overthrew the Emperor's rule. It was one of the reasons Krieg regiments had been chosen to conduct the siege. They were troops hardened enough to face such weapons of mass destruction without breaking. Chief amongst the chemical weapon stores was the toxin Trimethyline-Phthaloxyic-Tertius, known as TP-III.

> TP-III was a horrible combination of highly acidic and corrosive heavy gases. Greenish in colour, it was lethal if breathed in, killing in less than 30 seconds due to massive damage to the respiratory system. Concentrations of TP-III caused acidic burning and rapid corrosion, melting skin from bone in minutes. In strong concentrations it could corrode through metal and armour. The chemical's acidic gases were highly volatile and difficult to control on a battlefield, but it could be devastatingly effective in

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Random forest classification for predicting lifespan-extending chemical compounds researchsquare.com/articlโ€ฆ
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Assessing naming of chemical compounds

Does anyone have a way of assessing naming when Alexa or google has all the answers? I am thinking of having them offer an explanation of the rules they used to get the answer but other than that Iโ€™m not sure how to do it with most of my students online. Any advice is welcomed.

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Chemical Compound tattoo. Done by Daren Purcell, at Outsiders Ink in Eugene, OR.
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After the chemical spilled into the river, the company reported that there was no overt harmful effects as the compounds were inactive

Indeed on the surface there were no harmful effects but I couldn't hold back my horror as the patient peeled it's skin back revealing only bones as the flesh has melted away

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Entertaining Youtube chemist provides a detailed scientific explanation of why White Phosphorus 100% deserves its bad reputation as the Thanos of chemical compounds youtu.be/ud1c5w06Y5E
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Yeah, tear gas isnt even a chemical compound
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What is the chemical name for this compound and has anyone trued this reaction?
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Gallium chemical compound (GaN) Power Device Market Size, Share, Growth, Future Scope, Trends 2020-2026 marketwatch.com/story/galโ€ฆ
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Absurdly Long Chemical Compound Name Takes 3.5 Hours To Say

The word is 189,819 letters long. Itโ€™s actually the name of a giant protein called Titin. It takes 3.5 hours to say and takes up 21 to 42 pages of paper for you to type up the whole thing (depending on the typeface and font size). The second-longest word is the chemical name for the protein E. coli TrpA (P0A877). That word is dwarfed by Titin's chemical name as it only has 1,909 letters compared to Titin's chemical name having 189,819.

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When we start colonizing other plantsman discovering stuff about them, it wonโ€™t be long before someone uses newly discovered chemicals/compounds to make space drugs.
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[chemical compounds] does anyone know if I did these all right?
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Pro Tip, you may or may not know, but I hear no one talking about it so here goes. One major plus side of Bing over Google is when you look up a chemical compound. It shows everything about it, the shape, bonds, all that fun stuff. I think it's pretty cool, all things considered. Thoughts?
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Chemist Howard G Rogers & colleagues with 5,000 bottles of chemical compounds used to discover the Polaroid color film process ( over 15 years !) 1963
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Amygdalin (from Ancient Greek: แผ€ฮผฯ…ฮณฮดฮฑฮปฮฎ amygdรกlฤ“ "almond") is a naturally occurring chemical compound
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[Grade 9 Science: Chemistry] How can you tell if something is a chemical compound or not?

I'm doing some science homework and im wondering how you can tell if something is a chemical compound or something else. thank you for reading this ! :)

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UNM research finds chemical compound, under UV light, fights COVID-19 krqe.com/health/coronavirโ€ฆ
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Why is/are buddhism, alot of spiritual people, gurus, yogis, monks etc. so opposed to psychedelics when psychedelic leads one to these beliefs, spirituality, mysticism etc.? Is it maybe jealousy of monks/spiritual masters/gurus that a chemical compound can be such a shortcut spiritually?

My consumption of LSD has led me onto the very path towards spirituality/self-development/enlightenment. So how can it be a bad/detrimental thing?

I'm so annoyed by people without experience with psychedelics who think they have the authority to talk about psychedelics and put psychedelics into the same category as other drugs like amphetamines, opiates, benzos, weed, alcohol etc.

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Salt is a mineral consisting primarily of sodium chloride (NaCl), a chemical compound belonging to the larger class of salts. v.redd.it/ajq6q71s5r941
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