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Todd Minehardt
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22 votes

Chemistry — Top User Swag!

14 votes

Flagging up Controversial Scientific Approaches

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?

10 votes

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

10 votes

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

9 votes

2019 Potential Moderator Election Community Interest Check

9 votes

Chemistry SE on your CV / résumé / other professional avenues

8 votes

2019 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

8 votes

Celebrating expertise and experience on Chem.SE

8 votes

Hidden points of editing you probably didn't know

7 votes

Editor to use on PC with windows to format answers?

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

6 votes
Accepted

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

6 votes

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

5 votes

When a ninth grader asks a question

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

4 votes

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

3 votes

A clarification regarding the rejection of my recent edit

3 votes

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

3 votes

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

3 votes

Why was my question about redox reactions off topic?

1 vote

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

1 vote

Why was this question closed for insufficient details/clarity?

1 vote

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

1 vote

Is this question fit to be open now?

-3 votes

Are we a bit overzealous with closing questions as homework?