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The Big List of Excuses- legal uses for chemicals

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I wasn't sure where to post this since Pinkman House isn't around anymore. I'll try here.

So you've ordered some chems in small quantities, and had the bad luck of getting them caught on import control or customs. If you ordered major quantities you're probably screwed whatever you say, but say you're trying out a new route or a new synth with hobbyist quantities- or say that you ARE a hobbyist. Then you'll probably be asked what they're for. Time for the Big List Of Feeble Excuses!

I'll start:

Phenol- "I'm making paracetamol. It's a lot of fun and not illegal. Also, I'm a a hobbyist and I would never ingest it or give it to someone else."
 

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Also, here you can post chemicals that you request a good excuse for. I'll start here also:

Sodium Nitrite
Sodium Borohydride
 

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Sodium Borohydride
can be used for bleaching or to produce a bleaching agent, it is also used as a research object for hydrogen cells in cars.
 

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Can be wonderfully used as poison bait for small and larger rodents.
Yes, although there's too many available legal alternatives for that. I'm thinking the best excuses are where you admit you're fooling around with chemistry, but you're doing harmless experiments.

But for sodium nitrite, I found it's used as a fragrance for fish lures. Sold as that in the US.
 
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