[rescue] RE: [SunRescue] OT: AS/400 stuff
Joshua D. Boyd
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Tue Jun 12 14:30:36 CDT 2001
I don't know the process. I'm taking the physics way through my require
sciences rather than chemistry. But I know they do it in a single lab
period, which means it takes less than 2 hours to manufactor several
lethal doses (10grams, which is about 50 nodoze tablets, is a lethal dose
if I remeber correctly).
If you know much about chemistry, this
paper(http://citd.scar.utoronto.ca/CHM/B44/PDF/A-Caff.pdf) might give you
the info needed. I don't know enough about chemistry to tell, but it
might be inferable.
By the way, I saw evidence that numerous other chemistry departments also
manufactor caffeine in their chem classes.
On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Dave McGuire wrote:
> Hmmmm...care to share the process with us non-college folk? :-)
> -Dave McGuire
> On June 12, Joshua D. Boyd wrote:
> > I believe that the way that they have the students make caffeine in chem
> > 101 might be an easier way to get doses than those sorta espresso mods
> > would be.
> > --
> > Joshua Boyd
> > On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Dave McGuire wrote:
> > > On June 12, Paul Khoury wrote:
> > > > > "This here espresso machine ain't stock...it develops 1500PSI!!!"
> > > >
> > > > Now I gotta know how I can modify my espresso machine to put out that much.
> > > > And maybe controll it by serial port from a terminal. LOL
> > >
> > > This can be done!
> > >
> > > We need to find a way to compress the dose into a small quantum
> > > singularity, then develop enough steam pressure to FULLY extract ALL
> > > of the available caffeine.
> > >
> > > Boy am I glad my cardiologist isn't on this list.
> > >
> > > -Dave McGuire
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