Sciencemadness Discussion Board
Not logged in [Login ]
Go To Bottom

Search
[Next Page]
Most potent H2O2 decomposition catalysts available to an amateur
Did you even consider [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_peroxide]Wikipedia[/url]? It lists ...
15-7-2020 at 11:11
by: Fulmen
European Sulfuric Acid Ban
Not long ago I had to get more sulfuric acid for my anodizing bath. Stopped by a shop specializing i ...
15-7-2020 at 11:06
by: Fulmen
Power source for 12v pump?
What you need is a constant voltage PSU, which is the most common type (unless its marked as constan ...
12-7-2020 at 01:45
by: Fulmen
Best general purpose "OTC"-explosive not requiring detonators?
No, the perfect explosive does not exist. AN might be easy to get hold of, but it's useless for demo ...
7-7-2020 at 09:35
by: Fulmen
Best general purpose "OTC"-explosive not requiring detonators?
Ah, the age-old quest for the perfect explosive. Sadly, the perfect compromise doesn't exist, there ...
6-7-2020 at 11:44
by: Fulmen
Oxidation reactions: air vs oxygen?
It will depend entirely on the specific reaction. For propane/air the temperature is appr. 2000°C, ...
4-7-2020 at 11:35
by: Fulmen
Almost getting caught
We almost hit a police car with some flying rocks once...
17-6-2020 at 04:51
by: Fulmen
Making supercritical carbon dioxide extractor at home?
All you need is to heat a bottle containing liquid CO2 to [b]above[/b] 31°C. Like this kit: https:/ ...
14-6-2020 at 12:53
by: Fulmen
Aquiring grinding material for a ball mill
I haven't played around with superquenches, and for something like 8.8 it shouldn't be required. The ...
3-6-2020 at 00:06
by: Fulmen
Aquiring grinding material for a ball mill
I see no need for something as aggressive as 10% NaOH, plain water or brine works just fine. And nut ...
2-6-2020 at 11:48
by: Fulmen
Aquiring grinding material for a ball mill
Hardening rebar: It might be possible, but it's a crap shoot at best. There is no standard for the c ...
31-5-2020 at 23:43
by: Fulmen
Grade 10 Highschool Science
Could you perhaps explain exactly what the video claims, and why it "hurts"? Last time I checked thi ...
28-5-2020 at 12:53
by: Fulmen
Most toxic compound OTC?
Why not look at this in terms of total effect? As in the largest number of "lethal doses" one could ...
23-5-2020 at 14:43
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
At this point the main goal is to test the concept properly, not finding alternatives. It might be a ...
23-5-2020 at 14:36
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
I have never seen anyting like that around. They're just not sold around here.

[file]81168[/fil ...
22-5-2020 at 08:38
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
I should stress that I blackened the inside of the pipe with a polysulfide-solution. I tried a new s ...
22-5-2020 at 00:43
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
I managed to break the bulb from rough handling after 8 hours, so I'm moving forwards with the proje ...
21-5-2020 at 05:10
by: Fulmen
Making some metal alloys - question on material aquisition
Al: Regular foil should be 1000-series alloy (99% +). It's also used for extruded profiles, especial ...
20-5-2020 at 23:42
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
Well, it's been 4 hours now and it's still chugging along. I know the bulb isn't properly centered, ...
18-5-2020 at 11:05
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
Rougly like this:
18-5-2020 at 08:20
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
Huh. I gotta say I'm slightly surprised, but first impressions are good. 400W bulb, 30+ minutes run ...
18-5-2020 at 07:49
by: Fulmen
Salt cementation reaction
Did you even try to research this? from [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold_parting#Salt_cementa ...
17-5-2020 at 00:32
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
Funny thing, I just realized I do have a cartridge heater. But it's stuck in a heating block, and I ...
17-5-2020 at 00:27
by: Fulmen
Using a halogen lamp as a enclosed heater element?
@draculic acid69: Nope, the bulb will be contained in a copper tube.

@RougeRose: Sure, but as al ...
16-5-2020 at 02:01
by: Fulmen
heating media's for heat bath ?!
According to simple physics the most important factor should be bulk thermal conductivity. Low condu ...
15-5-2020 at 13:55
by: Fulmen
[Next Page]

  Go To Top