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Re: Aplenzin

Posted by jch on October 15, 2011, at 16:41:08

In reply to Re: Aplenzin, posted by mtdewcmu on December 20, 2009, at 10:17:06

Aplenzin vs. Wellbutrin

Most obvious is a lower seizure rate than Wellbutrin (Documented in study at NIH).
Additionally seizures are of shorter duration and cause less brain damage.

Differences between HBr and HCl:

HBr is twice as heavy (81g/mol) as HCl (36.s.46 g/mol

HBr is more than twice as dense (3.3) as HCl

HBr has a higher solubility in H2O, 193 vs 72 in HCl.

At room temp HBr is a liquid, HCl is a gas. This indicates that HBr molecules are more tightly packed than HCL.

Both are dipolar however HBr is 0.80 vs.HCl 1.05.The higher the polarity of a molecule the more able it is to influence the polarity of another molecule.

HBr is much more reactive than HCl.

So although they are both halogens there are some concrete differences between the molecules, the most important possibly, the difference in their reactivity.




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