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>  I want to get rid of one essentially unused clylinder of bromine
>pentafluoride and one essentially unused cylinder of chlorine trifluoride.
>I think we got the bromine pentafluoride from Kreuger back when that reagent
>was in short supply.  As I recall, I paid about $2,000 for it.  We analyzed
>maybe a dozen samples with each reagent, and this is what I mean by
>"essentially" unused.  Both cylinders have been sitting in a fume hood for
>about 10 years.
>
>   Whoever wants them can have them.  First come, first served.  The only
>constraint is that I won't ship either to you.  You will have to come here
>physically and pick them up (or arrange for someone to pick up and ship).
>Once out of my lab, this stuff is your responsibility.
>
>     If you feel guilty about such a good deal, you can take me to lunch
>when you come to get the reagents.

Paul
        I'm interested in the BrF5 if it is still unclaimed.
Joe Whelan

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