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Synthesis of fatty acids from expired soap
[rquote=691544&tid=160219&author=palico]Hello people !

today another episode of the waste ...
13-3-2024 at 04:13
by: chornedsnorkack
Calcium Silicate from concrete rubble?
How commonly available is calcium silicate from silicate bricks - new bought, demolition rubble or b ...
13-3-2024 at 00:20
by: chornedsnorkack
Definition of "melting point"
[rquote=691492&tid=160207&author=bnull]

Now take glass. Is there a temperature that marks ...
11-3-2024 at 08:21
by: chornedsnorkack
Definition of "melting point"
[rquote=691451&tid=160207&author=bnull]You're applying the definition of melting point as [u ...
9-3-2024 at 16:03
by: chornedsnorkack
Definition of "melting point"
[rquote=691449&tid=160207&author=Texium]What you are describing for silicon dioxide is [url= ...
9-3-2024 at 09:17
by: chornedsnorkack
Definition of "melting point"
It seems to me that some substances have melting points by both definitions. And some have more than ...
9-3-2024 at 07:17
by: chornedsnorkack
Definition of "melting point"
https://glassproperties.com/viscosity/Glass-Viscosity-Fixpoints.htm

Your link discusses only one ...
9-3-2024 at 01:15
by: chornedsnorkack
Definition of "melting point"
What is "melting point"?
The temperature where disordered fluid comes to equilibrium with ordered c ...
8-3-2024 at 10:41
by: chornedsnorkack
Metallic soaps
Inspired by thread of "Aluminum soaps", which, admittedly, is in "Organic chemistry"...
Wikipedia:
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5-3-2024 at 11:17
by: chornedsnorkack
NO2 refusing to condense
[rquote=691150&tid=160189&author=clearly_not_atara]I think NO2 tends to be produced at prett ...
27-2-2024 at 08:27
by: chornedsnorkack
NO2 refusing to condense
How bright brown is NO2 at low concentrations in mixture?
An obvious alternative, especially given ...
24-2-2024 at 12:04
by: chornedsnorkack
What is ppm?
Does this depend on molar mass?
Is ppm, as quoted in danger limits, smell thresholds, et cetera, in ...
21-2-2024 at 08:12
by: chornedsnorkack
What is ppm?
Since 1 bar is 100 000 Pa, is 1 Pa partial pressure by definition 10 ppm?
21-2-2024 at 04:14
by: chornedsnorkack
How hazardous is fluorine chemistry?
Some instructive text from professionals:
https://ehs.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/1408/2020/0 ...
19-2-2024 at 13:34
by: chornedsnorkack
Breaking azeotropes
[rquote=691009&tid=160175&author=solo][b]Reference Information[/b]

[i]AZEOTROPIC DATA[/i] ...
18-2-2024 at 11:37
by: chornedsnorkack
Breaking azeotropes
[rquote=690995&tid=160175&author=Kevlar]Beyond the general instant information you can resea ...
17-2-2024 at 23:22
by: chornedsnorkack
How hazardous is fluorine chemistry?
[rquote=690924&tid=160167&author=woelen]I personally have done a few experiments with 48% HF ...
15-2-2024 at 10:10
by: chornedsnorkack
Problem during the synthesis of acetic acid
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believe I simply overheated, leading to the decomposition of sulfuric acid. What are your ...
1-12-2023 at 12:42
by: chornedsnorkack
Carbonates/ hydroxides from carbonates?
[rquote=689076&tid=160009&author=Maurice VD 37]
This hydrolysis reaction is produced when a ...
1-12-2023 at 08:44
by: chornedsnorkack
Fluoromethylsulphonic derivatives
The group CH[sub]3[/sub]SO[sub]2[/sub]- is mesylic group, symbol Ms. It is a useful radical. MsOH do ...
30-11-2023 at 10:14
by: chornedsnorkack
Non-radioactive isotopes
The name of this forum is specifically "Radio"isotopes. But which forums deal with stable isotopes - ...
21-11-2023 at 01:34
by: chornedsnorkack
Dissolution of d-block metals in HCl vs HF
[rquote=688530&tid=159575&author=unionised]A lot of the first row of d group element difluor ...
12-11-2023 at 11:04
by: chornedsnorkack
Azeotropes and eutectic mixtures questions thread.
[rquote=688466&tid=159956&author=Neal]Azeotropes are:

2 liquids that mixed together that ...
11-11-2023 at 07:16
by: chornedsnorkack
Which chlorine oxidants dissolve gold?
[rquote=687030&tid=159835&author=woelen]At low pH, perchlorate also is quite inert, as long ...
9-10-2023 at 02:32
by: chornedsnorkack
Phosphoryl salts and acidyl sulphates
I read that one fun substance easy to produce is nitryl disulphate (not nitryl sulphate).
Do you ea ...
2-10-2023 at 23:30
by: chornedsnorkack
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