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Reference-requests, books and closure. Where lies the fine or not-so-fine line?

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Is this question fit to be open now?

7 votes
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Does the tag [petrochemistry] encompass natural gas?

14 votes

Flagging up Controversial Scientific Approaches

9 votes

Chemistry SE on your CV / résumé / other professional avenues

3 votes

A clarification regarding the rejection of my recent edit

6 votes

What about the question 'Does adding pure water affects Buffer Solution pH?' justifies its closure as homework?

1 vote

Why was this question closed for insufficient details/clarity?

5 votes

When a ninth grader asks a question

8 votes

2019 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

9 votes

2019 Potential Moderator Election Community Interest Check

10 votes

Do we have a close-voting but not closing problem?

4 votes

How is this question "too broad" and how can it be made more specific?

3 votes

Why was my question about redox reactions off topic?

7 votes

Editor to use on PC with windows to format answers?

6 votes
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"What gas has the highest refractive index?" is too broad or is it?

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Are we a bit overzealous with closing questions as homework?

3 votes

Why is this question closed as homework? Do we need more options for closure?

10 votes

Why was the heroin question put on hold as being a personal medical question?

12 votes

I know that we mind the buzzwords but does that mean every single incident of each buzzword must be removed from every title?

1 vote

Let’s choose a definite name for our favourite molecule, in case he gets elected as a mod!

22 votes

Chemistry — Top User Swag!

8 votes

Hidden points of editing you probably didn't know

5 votes
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Why do editors not leave a comment or answer?

1 vote

How many shots will it take me to kill you with a neutron gun?

8 votes

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