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Everyday Chemistry (provisional)
Yes, these ammine complexes really easily lose ammonia. If you make tetraamminecopper(II) sulfate, y ...
18-11-2020 at 05:32
by: Bedlasky
Oleum using HPO3 as a dehydrating agent
[rquote=649253&tid=156549&author=Maurice VD 37]Why do you think the solution of metaphosphor ...
16-11-2020 at 17:01
by: Bedlasky
Ion exchange resin for converting CsCl to CsSCN
I think, that this salt will precipitate from solution containing Mn2+, SCN- and Cs+. Double salts o ...
16-11-2020 at 12:21
by: Bedlasky
Zinc + acid = weird smell
Hi.

I did some reduction of molybdate in HCl using zinc. And I smelled something weird - similar ...
14-11-2020 at 15:16
by: Bedlasky
Chloric Acid
Perchloric acid doesn't have oxidizing properties, unless it have very high concentration.
14-11-2020 at 08:28
by: Bedlasky
Citric acid to Isopropanol. Possible method?
Decomposition with ferric ions under UV light should work. Each mole of citric acid release three mo ...
12-11-2020 at 20:30
by: Bedlasky
Convert Sodium Iodide to sodium Iodate? ( Iodi'IDE' -> Iod'ATE')
[url]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_tetrathionate[/url]

It have quite low solubility, most ...
12-11-2020 at 12:47
by: Bedlasky
Convert Sodium Iodide to sodium Iodate? ( Iodi'IDE' -> Iod'ATE')
[rquote=648950&tid=156526&author=njl]If you don't want iodate then the SM thread that you li ...
12-11-2020 at 11:15
by: Bedlasky
Help find information on these refractory metal nitrates
Remy mentioned molybdenum oxysulfates, but about oxynitrates nothing.
12-11-2020 at 09:10
by: Bedlasky
copper sulfate using electrolysis
Why do you thing that in everything is arsenic, mercury, thallium, cadmium, lead etc?

Aren't you ...
11-11-2020 at 07:48
by: Bedlasky
Copper flame colour
I did some writeup in [url=https://colourchem.wordpress.com/2020/11/10/barveni-plamene-medi-za-prito ...
9-11-2020 at 17:49
by: Bedlasky
Completely volatile metal compound, even from aqueous solution!
Still it is alkaline. Even if hydroxide content is low. If you dissolve little bit of osmium in a te ...
9-11-2020 at 06:24
by: Bedlasky
Completely volatile metal compound, even from aqueous solution!
Bleach contain hydroxide, so osmium should be oxidized in to osmate and perosmate, because OsO4 reac ...
9-11-2020 at 03:02
by: Bedlasky
Completely volatile metal compound, even from aqueous solution!
Ruthenium chlorides don't decompose in to RuO4. For formation of RuO4 you need very strong oxidizing ...
6-11-2020 at 17:55
by: Bedlasky
why you shouldn't touch homemade salts
You can separate copper and beryllium sulfates quite easily. Just heat them to get off all water of ...
6-11-2020 at 10:16
by: Bedlasky
Completely volatile metal compound, even from aqueous solution!
Woelen: Yes, I read it few days ago [url=https://books.google.cz/books?id=5EsXBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA7&am ...
6-11-2020 at 07:22
by: Bedlasky
Preparation of elemental phosphorus
If you mix hypophosphite with oxidizer you get phosphite or phosphate.

Phosphorus which forms in ...
5-11-2020 at 18:14
by: Bedlasky
Copper flame colour
So I did few other tests. I dissolved some CuSO4 in conc. HCl. I used 3 different materials for flam ...
4-11-2020 at 16:37
by: Bedlasky
Report on making Prussian Blue
Teodor: I don't think that prussian blue is trully soluble. Read that article on wiki. Prussian blue ...
4-11-2020 at 12:44
by: Bedlasky
Report on making Prussian Blue
Your yield is bigger than 100% because your prussian blue is probably some hydrate. If you something ...
4-11-2020 at 09:25
by: Bedlasky
Copper flame colour
Zed: I don't think that this is carbon particles. When I put wire in to flame, it firstly glows gree ...
4-11-2020 at 08:19
by: Bedlasky
Copper flame colour
Metalreseacher: Orange. But this isn't certainly sodium, because flame would be orange from beginnin ...
4-11-2020 at 05:14
by: Bedlasky
Copper flame colour
Hi.

A long time ago I did some flame tests on copper wire. And I found very strange behavior. Whe ...
3-11-2020 at 20:26
by: Bedlasky
Preparation of benzyl cinnamate (a moderate difficulty ester)
Cou: Very nice writeup! I really like your ester preparations, it's interesting how many scents you ...
3-11-2020 at 14:56
by: Bedlasky
Report on making a Bismuth nitrate & thiourea salt
Nice coloured crystalls.

Brown precipitate is probably Bi2S3 (decomposition of complex in to sulf ...
3-11-2020 at 04:20
by: Bedlasky
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