Detection of GnHCl

Jeff E. Janes jejanes at silibone.cchem.berkeley.edu
Thu Mar 11 15:46:57 EST 1999

Wolfgang Schechinger wrote:
> PS
> Richard, please excuse my ignorance, but my latin's buried. What
> means "In Ventum Faciens Aquam" - "making water in the wind" gives no
> sense to me.

If you either micturate or expectorate into a stiff wind, you will
discover the meaning of this phrase :)

If conductivity cannot be used for GnHCl, that implies the presence of
electolytes.  What are they?


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