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comment What is this brown liquid that I got when I boiled glycerol and water solution?
@bobthechemist I never said that it's not an interesting topic, but also: compare the burner design from the thesis you linked to heating something in a pot. It is much less controlled and thus all sorts of stuff can happen. (By the way, I enjoyed reading the thesis. Thank you.) About the boiling point elevation: surely not by 60 degrees? (I don't have a vary good intuition on the topic so I admit: I don't know)
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answered What is this brown liquid that I got when I boiled glycerol and water solution?