Re: Specific Heat Capicity Higher than Water (old thread)

New line of ideas, beside ammonia and hudrojn and clathrates: How about that one takes methane and squishes it with moderate fields (er,
maybe pumped by a He laser*) to get a polar sandwich such as HFH2CH2FH or HLi2H2CH2Li2H, where Li2H is hmmric to K2 Na. In other words, we'v hudromethonium difluoride or diperlithium hudromethonide.
*news: <http://gow.epsrc.ac.uk/ViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/E016588/1 -Aut
<http://groups.google.com/group/sci.chem/browse_frm/thread/3c7a63e6987a4223 /8f9c0aa63ee6834f?#8f9c0aa63ee6834f> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Dax Haslam Date: 2000/09/17 Subject: Specific Heat Capicity Higher than Water To:
Anyone know of a liquid (easily obtained) that has a higher specific heat capacity than water
hopefully that won't combust as being heated
for a Chem 30 project
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