On Apr 27, 2021, at 1:24 PM, Jack Reidy <jreidy2**At_Symbol_Here**STANFORD.EDU> wrote:--- For more information about the DCHAS-L e-mail list, contact the Divisional membership chair at membership**At_Symbol_Here**dchas.org Follow us on Twitter **At_Symbol_Here**acsdchasAll,Recently we had a researcher contact us with two questions: testing explosive properties of a novel compound, and scaling up from a 100 mg synthesis to (eventually, with intermediate steps) a 5 g synthesis. The compound in question is, as I mentioned, novel, but I believe the proper name would be iodomethyl diazirine. To our knowledge, we don't have anyone on campus with the equipment to do sensitivity tests or the like, so would anyone have guidance on finding appropriate facilities? Additionally, does anyone have experience with researchers doing syntheses with this sort of compound at this sort of scale? If so, what sort of facilities and equipment would you say are necessary to perform the synthesis safely? Additionally, do you know of any faculty whose labs work with diazirines in particular? Thank you!
Sincerely,Jack Reidy (he/him)Research Safety Specialist, Assistant Chemical Hygiene OfficerEnvironmental Health & SafetyStanford University484 Oak Road, Stanford, CA, 94305Tel: (650) 497-7614
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