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DUDE, I loved the instructables about the distillation and extraction of nepetalactone and the colored flames from metal salts. We need more like this, scientific explanations add a tremendous amount of worth to your instructables. I'd love to see more, keep up the good work!
dhilberling9 years ago
The "kitty crack" and following articles have provided new ideas for advanced chemistry work for my high school students. We have a grant that allows us to use GC/MS, NMR, etc. two times a semester. What a great way to get my students interested in something other than boring, cookbook labs!! Be assured it will not the called "kitty crack", the school board would be horrified!!!!