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Measuring specific gravity with sonar stud finder
Another guy mentioned that measuring density this way would be troublesome due to the small bubbles ...
30-10-2008 at 20:04
by: FrankRizzo
Measuring specific gravity with sonar stud finder
Do any of you guys think it might be possible to hack the internals of a good sonar stud finder into ...
30-10-2008 at 17:21
by: FrankRizzo
Cu/SiO2 a cheap versatil hydrogenation catalyst?
Klute,

Fumed silica can be found commercially as product called Cab-O-Sil. Taxidermy supply hous ...
21-10-2008 at 00:35
by: FrankRizzo
adapting a domestic MW
Silicon carbide can also be found in an already powdered form as well. Any online lapidary supply w ...
9-10-2008 at 16:13
by: FrankRizzo
adapting a domestic MW
I *believe* that graphite will work. Maybe paint it on to the inner surface of the crucible with sod ...
9-10-2008 at 13:41
by: FrankRizzo
Bronze powder in flash composition???
Are you sure it's bronze powder, and not *bronzing* paint pigment? Bronzing powder is actually alumi ...
8-10-2008 at 14:46
by: FrankRizzo
problem with time travel
http://www.stonemakerargument.com/2.html
6-10-2008 at 19:16
by: FrankRizzo
Deep Eutectic Solvents (OTC Ionic Liquid)
Edit: Never mind..dumb question ;)

[Edited on 7/23/2008 by FrankRizzo]
23-7-2008 at 17:06
by: FrankRizzo
Multilayer Metal Oxide / Titanium Anodes for Chlorate/Perchlorate
[quote][i]Originally posted by tentacles[/i]
Here's an article on electrodepositing SnO2-Sb2O5 on T ...
24-2-2008 at 02:05
by: FrankRizzo
rotary vacuum distiller
A small automotive heater core can remove ~100W of heat with 2 decent 120mm fans in push/pull confi ...
24-2-2008 at 01:47
by: FrankRizzo
adapting a domestic MW
You're absolutely right in that it's still a basic heating operation, but unlike oil baths and hotpl ...
14-11-2007 at 16:16
by: FrankRizzo
adapting a domestic MW
It's due to the nature of the microwaves interacting with the feedstock. Some reactions proceed muc ...
14-11-2007 at 14:49
by: FrankRizzo
BariumCarbonate from BariumSulfate + Soda
Here ya are chief.
12-9-2007 at 13:25
by: FrankRizzo
Prepare potassium perfulfate
Thanks Ozone; of course I've been a member here for a while so I know to search before posting a new ...
10-9-2007 at 13:58
by: FrankRizzo
Prepare potassium perfulfate
I'd like to prepare potassium persulfate using the monopersulfate (Oxone) as the starting material ( ...
7-9-2007 at 13:48
by: FrankRizzo
12V Amplifier power supply
Thanks Lambda!
25-5-2007 at 14:12
by: FrankRizzo
12V Amplifier power supply
Would any of you fellas know of a source for power supply boards for DIY car audio amplifiers. I kn ...
23-5-2007 at 17:06
by: FrankRizzo
Coal and hay
Coal fires usually start from lightning strikes or ignition from roots that have burned through seam ...
1-5-2007 at 12:11
by: FrankRizzo
More on PbO2 electrodes
Damn, that looks like one my roommate's socks :)

Great job, btw.
26-4-2007 at 13:05
by: FrankRizzo
Does anyone remember Eugene Podkletnov?
Do any of you fellas remember Eugene Podkletnov, the Russian scientist who claimed to have altered g ...
16-4-2007 at 14:01
by: FrankRizzo
Question on copper compounds
Right, duh..sorry. Thing is, I want to preserve the copper oxychloride, not make copper oxide.
11-4-2007 at 18:59
by: FrankRizzo
Question on copper compounds
Doesn't calcium hydroxide have a very low solubility?
11-4-2007 at 16:25
by: FrankRizzo
Question on copper compounds
Does anyone know the solubility of copper oxychloride in acidic water? I'm looking to separate oxyc ...
11-4-2007 at 15:18
by: FrankRizzo
How to glue polyethylene together
PE plastics can be cemented together using epoxies, but the surface of the plastic must be treated ( ...
11-3-2007 at 14:50
by: FrankRizzo
More on PbO2 electrodes
If you have a problem finding PbO2, look no further than your nearest lead-acid battery recycling pi ...
9-2-2007 at 08:16
by: FrankRizzo
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