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Mg + h2o
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When the HCl reacts with the Al2O3 in the foil, the gas it forms that pops the bottle is H2 ...
7-4-2003 at 20:41
by: Cappy
For ppl mad enough to make RDX
FLEW is an acronym I made up meaning:

First
Letter of
Each
Word

:P

[Edited on 4/7/2003 by ...
7-4-2003 at 09:40
by: Cappy
N3, a longshot.
I'm just going to venture a guess. Is this because the molecule is only as strong as it's ...
7-4-2003 at 09:35
by: Cappy
Not to get too far off topic, but...
Do you think wrapping carboard tubes with lots of duct tape would increase confinement, for less sca ...
7-4-2003 at 09:29
by: Cappy
melting NH4NO3
[quote][i]Originally posted by mykhal[/i]

I'm not sure I've ever seen granulated sugar. ...
7-4-2003 at 09:13
by: Cappy
melting NH4NO3
a_bab, when you say electric grinder, do you mean something like a coffee bean grinder or a blender? ...
6-4-2003 at 22:25
by: Cappy
Electrodes?
Half of the electrodes in a car battery are lead. The other half are lead oxide.
6-4-2003 at 18:54
by: Cappy
HMTD problem
Apparently your Espit tablets do not contain hexamine.

Found this at http://www.footprintpress.co ...
6-4-2003 at 16:39
by: Cappy
Nitric acid
Apparently HNO3 can be dehydrated to greater than 68% concentration by hydrating Mg(NO3)2. "For ...
4-4-2003 at 08:51
by: Cappy
Overdriven Detonation
Are you saying the the velocity of detonation is overdriven, or the velocity of gasses is overdriven ...
3-4-2003 at 13:59
by: Cappy
Chemically resistant materials
"wear ken i get argon and how do i cote gluvs with it?"

;):P:D
3-4-2003 at 13:08
by: Cappy
iron oxide from electrolysis of steel
Well, actually for me making it at home is more convenient. I don't really need large amounts f ...
3-4-2003 at 13:01
by: Cappy
Nitro-fullerenes
It's funny. I was thinking about how N4 would have a low density from probably being gaseous at ...
3-4-2003 at 12:34
by: Cappy
Power Source
You're very welcome. I seem to be dishing out far more questions than answers around here, so I ...
3-4-2003 at 01:24
by: Cappy
Chemically resistant materials
Is there anything that SiO2 will react with? Are nitrile coated (chemically resistant) gloves suffic ...
2-4-2003 at 23:21
by: Cappy
N3, a longshot.
Silly me! What was I thinking!?

Okay, how about this:

[code] N
/ | \
N--|--N
\N/[/ ...
2-4-2003 at 21:23
by: Cappy
N3, a longshot.
[code] N
/ \
N ---- N[/code]

Would it be possible to make an N3 molecule like this? I& ...
2-4-2003 at 20:21
by: Cappy
For ppl mad enough to make RDX
By the way, I recognize this procedure from the Terrorist's Handbook. Just so you know, Control ...
2-4-2003 at 19:49
by: Cappy
For ppl mad enough to make RDX
[quote][i]Originally posted by PHILOU Zrealone[/i]
Most of the cases it does increase VOD!
Especia ...
2-4-2003 at 19:42
by: Cappy
Power Source
Electricity is caused by the movement of electrons. Electrons want to move from regions of high conc ...
2-4-2003 at 18:57
by: Cappy
Aluminum powder synthesis
There was enough interest in this that I thought I'd put it here. (for convenience, I am not sh ...
2-4-2003 at 17:12
by: Cappy
HNO3????
My guess is that platinum is used because it is not very reactive with HNO3. Gold could probably be ...
2-4-2003 at 16:34
by: Cappy
Inert material in M-80 style firecrackers?
Thanks PHILOU Zrealone! You are the kind of person that makes forums helpful and enjoyable for new m ...
1-4-2003 at 21:16
by: Cappy
Inert material in M-80 style firecrackers?
I am a freshman mechanical engineering major, not a chem major. Sophomore year in high school, I too ...
1-4-2003 at 17:23
by: Cappy
Readily Available Chemicals Website
Sodium azide is used in to inflate automobile airbags.

I don't know if the canisters can be ...
1-4-2003 at 10:58
by: Cappy
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