Discussion in 'Chemistry' started by EmptyForceOfChi, Aug 30, 2007.
what is the best chemical to use if you wanted to despose of a body, for example human.
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not fast enough.
Any acid, Hydrochloric acid for example will do the job fine. What are you planning.. ? lol
Hydrofluoric acid (HF) is supposedly the best chemical to dispose of human flesh/bone.
So you should go with that i guess. Who did you kill ?
LOL, yep, that will definitely take care of it.
A large tank of propane.
hey im asking the questions here!.
something in bottle form . (that fits into a car maybe).
isnt that like super dangerous?
this sounds good.
yeah without blowing up my house would be nice.
You just said dispose of a "a human body" - doesn't yours qualify as one?
lol yeah, but i didnt have that in mind . and this human body i speak of (lets call him tyrone), is hypothetical.
Ok, then I suggest one of the acids, but if you have chilled poor Tyrone, I also suggest you thaw him out first.
If that is a photo of you, it seems like you could do that OK.
Perhaps if you do thaw him, you may not want to dispose of his body. :shrug:
Good luck in any case.
EEGADS woman what are you considering? What is your problem that you want this information?
hey thats a picture of my wife, tyrone is not chilled, he does not exist right now.
what happens if you apply acid to a frozen subject? something exciting i take it.
what does eegads mean? and there is no problem, i just want a hypothetical solution. why does everybody assume something fishy is going on.
this is perfectly normal scientific debate.
This is when it started looking fishy:
btw, I don't know about in the UK (where I think you're from?), but in the US you couldn't easily obtain a large enough quantity to dissolve a human body. : O
well he bragged about torturing people inside his house.
the fucking idiot could be up to anything.
i believe he should be reported to the authorities.
No - I was just applying a useful "rule of thumb" (not always even approximately correct) which is that chemical process proceed at half the rate every time you drop the INITIAL temperature by 10 degrees C. (If the reaction is exothermic the heat released rapidly increases the reaction rate - reason why "initial" is in all caps.)
As someone has suggested "woodchopperium" I will add:
"bulldogium" and "sharkium"
Separate names with a comma.