Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Green

This is what 40 g of the depicted indole looks like after one recrystallisation. It really shouldn't be green but it is very pretty and even better it's analytically pure. D!
Okay, okay people. Is the photo more to your satisfaction? D!

11 comments:

freezedream said...

Lovely - I like indoles. But why'd you post this as a 256 colour .gif? It makes it hard to clearly see your beautiful crystals! :p

Ψ*Ψ said...

I'm with freezedream: let's see a nicer pic! Looks like you stuffed a branch from a Christmas tree into a roundbottom!

milkshake said...

I saw your compound before. Its called nickel sulfate heptahydrate

Med Chem said...

looks beautiful and like juniper...images from different angles would be great....:>

Anonymous said...

It is beautiful

Chemistry Grad said...

wow, this is amazingly pretty. How did you do it?

Anonymous said...

...i am green with envy

Anonymous said...

what a green !

Sambhaji chougule said...

Fantastic
Its nature gift & invented by you ,A great effert work done.
Congralutions
Sambhaji Chougule
INDIA

Anonymous said...

(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkZFuKHXa7w&feature=results_video&playnext=1&list=PL92382EDDAF43F1D7)

Anonymous said...

Sorry
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkZFuKHXa7w