yoooooooo so i’ve been reading a lot of homestuck fanfic lately idk how this happened i was just. tired of all my other fandoms atm and ran out of other fic xD and it takes a Really Long Time to run out of homestuck fic xD
so i was trolling thru my old blog and remembered the chemistry-oc’s-as-homestuck-au was a thing and got real excited about it. drawn in sets of pales which only coincidentally lines up p well with the hemospectrum whoops.
putting the rest of this rambling under a cut cause it got LOOOONG
So. You’ve seen my work with Undertale and the Undertale graphic novel, and I thought it’d only be fair to show you some of my work for a potential story of my own.
All of this is rather old, but it’s all concept and doodle work from my favorite potential story of mine based around the elements and chemistry.
Do u liek chemistry, kids Cuz I’m writing a thing about it Like a million years from now but still
If for some reason someone gets in in their head to try and steal my work and my characters… BANISH THAT IDEA IMMEDIATELY. I worked very hard on these guys, did a lot of research and all that crap, and if someone comes along and tries to take that from me… I will not be very happy with them. But! You guys are super nice and supportive and everything, so I’m not worried in the least.
So uhm, yeah! That’ll be a thing at some point. I’m excited to get to work with this and get to share more of it with you guys. I’ll see you in the evening with some request responses. Thanks guys! ~“George”
Preparation of an acid chloride on a bit larger scale.
SOCl2 + RCO2H → RC(O)Cl + SO2 + HCl
The recipe is easy. Get a flask, a reflux condenser and a dropping funnel, weight out the acid into the flask, add 1,2 molar equivalents of thionyl chloride, heat and stir until no more gas evolves and distill what’s left in the flask to obtain a pure product. Yield: +99%.
However care should be taken, since highly toxic hydrogen chloride and sulfur dioxide is evolved from the reaction. The chlorinating agent what’s used, thionyl chloride and the product is toxic and will react violently with water to produce toxic gases.