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Gas antiknock compounds that benefit humans (neoxenochemicals)

replacing the metal atom of ferrocene or MMT with CE or Yttrium causes these cause additive to possibly benefit human vitality restructuring the 300 most common xenochemicals as beneficial to humans first is a kind of cultural strategy
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I was thinking that the basis of chemical utility could be socially adjusted from Neutral to beneficial

Chemical engineers could reengineer the most common industrial as well as popular chemicals to actually carry some benefit to human physiological vitality first while the core function is also created

Gas octane modulating compounds could be thought of as a place to actually benefit human beings Ferrocene is published at a third of a gram per gallon suggesting that billions of grams (millions of Kg) of these materials become part of the environment each year

Modifying the ferrocene molecule to have Ce or Yttrium creates an octane modulating compound where the particulates are published as preserving neurofunction as well as being antioxidants Also to make sure its affordable just part of the additive could be Ce or Yttrium metallized Ce is currently a gas chemical

The research thats says they are beneficial has to do with particulates Possibly as components of exhaust these additives would reduce respiratory illness

Gas chemical MMT although used at Canada is lipophilic plus associated with neurorisks Creating a version of MMT with Ce or Yttrium or even the physiologically neutral Sn may benefit humans

The reader here may be getting the idea that any of the major popular xenochemicals could be reengineered to cause longevity or disease resistance or better cognition with lab mammals

These new chemicals have the advantage that if a critic says "TBCeO causes lengthy congressional hearings" the engineering firm can say TBCeO cures about 3 pt of all cancers more than offsetting the risk of congressional hearings

New car smell is another kind of improvable chemical group I have read that cars weigh noticeably less a year after their manufacture as a result of various solvents evaporating That new car smell is solvents Using solvents that actually benefit human vitality like possibly vinyl acetate with peppermint oil or even carbohydrates like inositol as plastic shaping release agents

Vinyl acetate is chewing gum yet low molecular weight vinyl acetate is a fluid, peppermint oil would leave a residue that is published as making people more alert traces remaining as new car smell thus possibly reduce accidents

Im sure there is a plastic plasticizer out there that could be shown to reduce angiogenesis currently a strategy at reducing cancer I think Tocopherols are modifiable to be plasticizers On the list of the most effective angiogenesis compounds at a Tedtalk Tocopherol as vitamin E was highly listed

Imagine if childrens plastics had a plasticizer that reduced cancer as their basic softener

Reengineering the most common xenobiotics to be actively beneficial which compensates against criticism is a new way of approaching chemical culture

beanangel, Jul 01 2010

octane modulating compounds like ferrocene MMT http://en.wikipedia...iki/Antiknock_agent
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particulates that are beneficial http://www.ncbi.nlm...gov/pubmed/16480682
The responses of cells exposed to nanoparticles have been studied with regard to toxicity, but very little attention has been paid to the possibility that some types of particles can protect cells from various forms of lethal stress. It is shown here that nanoparticles composed of cerium oxide or yttrium oxide protect nerve cells from oxidative stress and that the neuroprotection is independent of particle size. The ceria and yttria nanoparticles act as direct antioxidants to limit the amount of reactive oxygen species required to kill the cells. It follows that this group of nanoparticles could be used to modulate oxidative stress in biological systems. [beanangel, Jul 01 2010]


       zen and the art of chemical engineering a chemical new world element 451 chemical plant a chemistry orange the chemist n other modified reading materials citizens now read the other books now done burning with highly flammable nonlethal bio-evolutionary agent n everyone would buy into it n the world would be urs +
daseva, Jul 01 2010


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