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nealasher
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 07:39 am:   

I thought I might try this here -- someone might know... I have a very specific question for chemistry buffs out there. If you mix chlorine gas and methane, then shine a bright white light on them, you get an effect called photochlorination, the result being a big bang. Would this work at exceedingly low temperatures i.e. with methane being liquid (-162C) and the chlorine (I believe) being solid at that temperature?
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TKF
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 12:51 pm:   

Neal: You might also want to ask this over at Speculations Rumor Mill under "The Expert Is In!" topic: http://www.speculations.com/rumormill/?z=148304 Lots of brainy, science-y types hang out over there.
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nealasher
Posted on Friday, April 01, 2005 - 01:26 am:   

Thanks for that -- I'll take a look.

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