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  1. #1 Heavy Metal Acetylides and Amalgams 
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    We all know that if we acetylate mercury, gold, silver, et hoc genus omne, the dried result can be surprising, to say the least. Intermediates, though might be possible as a polymer amalgam. Has anyone experimented with such or know of any work in this area? I'm interested because I have a new type of alkyl paint resin that not only doesn't burn well (it scorches and that's about it) it releases a halide compound that puts the fire out. I want to find a method of encasing mercury or lead inside a microencapsulated particle to imbed in the resin. My thoughts were to attempt the polymerization, but another approach was to find a use for C60, or similar BF's.

    For generating the BF's I use the Kratschmer method, or a variation of it. I don't happen to have a mass spectrometer or NMR spectrometer in my back pocket, so any other ideas for analyzing bucky balls cheap would be totally appreciated.

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    Darwin's Law
    Nature will tell us a lie if she can.

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    So will Darwinists

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