YT2095 Posted September 7, 2006 Share Posted September 7, 2006 I`ll post this here anyway even though most of our chemists are gone, Take Phenol or Benzene for example, they can have all sorts of attatchemnts to them, NO2 (O2N), R, OHs, Halides, Amines etc... even Sodium. How about Other metals such as Copper or Chromium, Manganesse etc... now I know it can be done with the Acids of these, Benzoic, Phenolic etc.. is there a way to attatch them without them being Acids? OR Use the acid part to get them on there, and then strip that part leaving the metal ions in place? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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