Talk:Strontium oxalate

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Review #1 Nice job on strontium oxalate. This is basically almost done as the chembox is filled with information and there are detailed explanations on its formation, reactivity, and its use today. In addition, the bibliography has five references. The only thing I would add, if you can find information on it, is maybe some history and a section dedicated to its properties since you seem to find a lot about it. Nskowal2 (talk) 21:05, 30 October 2012 (UTC)

Review #2 Great article! Lots of fields covered which deal with strontium oxalate. I learned something about pyrotechnics too. Overall good claims and sources supporting them. One small criticism would be to re-word the last sentence dealing with a greater effect as this was a bit vague. Just specify that and clean the chembox up. Great job overall.

Jtkozio2 (talk) 23:49, 1 November 2012 (UTC)

Review #3 You guys have a lot of info, which is great. And your references are really well done. Now i think you need to spend a decent amount of time working on the grammar and cohesion of the article, because a lot of the stuff on here can seem random and not really related to the things around it. Overall, though, lots of information and good references. This is almost a really great article. johnwilsoniv (talk) 01:20, 2 November 2012 (UTC)

Review #4 This article is action packed with lots of good information, which is exactly what I was discussing in my review on another one of your articles. Well done. Like other comments, I also believe the grammar could be tidied up, but that’s very small. One more reference would be great for you guys. I also believe it would be a good idea to make the hazards a section that you elaborate on in the article, and not only in the chembox. I say this because that way, if I ever wanted to know the harmful effects of strontium oxalate, I could read it here and know it instead of having to go find it somewhere else. It will save me valuable time and be more convenient for the user. But I say this page is quality work. Kevinjozwiak (talk) 12:23, 2 November 2012 (UTC)