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Plastic Chemistry Sets for a Student
.1 grams is great to start! (coming from the guy who used a triple beam balance with no magnetic bal ...
30-9-2008 at 13:32
by: chemkid
Methanol production
HEET it is a common car product found even in convenience stores in the US. It is 99% methanol 1% pr ...
30-9-2008 at 13:24
by: chemkid
Plastic Chemistry Sets for a Student
Through in a graduated cylinder and simple balance as well as SAFETY GLASSES! Also, if you want orga ...
29-9-2008 at 11:04
by: chemkid
Calcium Carbonate from Eggshells
That is not true. Calcium carbonate does not react with water. CaO reacts with water however there s ...
27-9-2008 at 15:33
by: chemkid
Near Disaster with Alchohol Lamp!!!
I have used an alcohol burner for up to twenty consecutive minutes and had no problem. In fact, i co ...
27-9-2008 at 15:25
by: chemkid
Removing Lime deposits from Copper kettle
HCl pretty simple...barely reacts with copper and will take only a few seconds to work
14-9-2008 at 13:44
by: chemkid
Density of NaCl
Thats a fantastic method unionised!

Is this sort of post discouraged? I think i read something so ...
28-8-2008 at 19:18
by: chemkid
Fehlings and Cu2O...
Perhaps try centrifuging to seperate the Cu2O from the liquid. I know most don't have access to a ce ...
26-8-2008 at 17:34
by: chemkid
Density of NaCl
Yes i believe a mix of sugar and water does this. I can find out....
22-8-2008 at 05:53
by: chemkid
Thunderstorm experiments
I have tried the bell apparatus mentioned by killowatt unfortunately to no avail. I was not using a ...
27-7-2008 at 17:51
by: chemkid
Thunderstorm experiments
We are having a major thunderstorm where i am and i was wondering if there were any neat experiments ...
27-7-2008 at 09:45
by: chemkid
Predictiing complex formation
I have made quiet a few complexes myself as well and will probably try out some of these ideas when ...
27-7-2008 at 09:39
by: chemkid
The ant & the potato chip
Though producing the pure compound would interesting (if not fascinating) its a bit out of most of o ...
27-7-2008 at 07:15
by: chemkid
VERY strange electrolysis results?
I was a little testy myself, I apologize.
27-7-2008 at 07:11
by: chemkid
VERY strange electrolysis results?
Were scientists not fortune tellers...having so many bad apparatus components gives huge variety of ...
26-7-2008 at 13:52
by: chemkid
Predictiing complex formation
Here a question i was struggling to answer in my last post on copper thiosulfate:

How does one p ...
25-7-2008 at 08:51
by: chemkid
From where are you?
Suburban Hell, United States.

If there are so many people from Antarctica i would think we would ...
24-7-2008 at 04:03
by: chemkid
Fluorescent Glass
I have a whole page devoted to fluorescent items on my website (not sure how up to date it is). I re ...
14-7-2008 at 16:47
by: chemkid
distilling with a hot plate
Well, if you are using expensive glassware it is totally worth it to protect your glassware. I have ...
14-7-2008 at 16:43
by: chemkid
Dissolving Silver
Nitric acid is in no abundance here and i don't really want to deal with nitrogen oxides and delayed ...
22-6-2008 at 10:46
by: chemkid
The Platinum Mirror
How about an aluminum mirror? I have read about there use in instruments, but it probably won't be t ...
22-6-2008 at 10:02
by: chemkid
Copper Sulfate/Sodium Thiosulfate Complexes
Alright, update. After several days the equal volume and equal molar solutions formed a brown precip ...
22-6-2008 at 09:49
by: chemkid
Tour My Lab
Is that personally or comericially funded? Whoaa...its cool either way. Thats some nice glassware.
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22-6-2008 at 09:47
by: chemkid
Copper Sulfate/Sodium Thiosulfate Complexes
I tried a few experiments with this today. I have read woelen's experiments as well as those at http ...
20-6-2008 at 12:53
by: chemkid
Gigantic Test Tubes
I found these at a yard sale for a dollar...two gigantic Pyrex test tubes attached to two shuttles f ...
26-5-2008 at 15:40
by: chemkid
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