Saturday, September 7, 2013

The Le Chatelier's Principle

I wrote this very long ago in one of my plants:

The plant is smelling wonderful in whiffs. These are not my fancies. In the pressing smell of toluene, there would be brief and yet long pauses of a wonderful smell. Not a natural smell, it would be very chemical, like esters put together, but it was so fresh- like a wet morning flower. And it happened through the day next to the Agitated Nutsche Filter. Every disturbance is undone. The Le Chatelier's Principle.

3 comments:

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Richa Kedia said...

I remember the smell of toluene...

jasmine jasmine said...

Really- oppressive, terrible.
Do you remember how even Ethanol could smell like that after some time?