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Ferrous vs Ferric
Ref p244 - 5 of the Knapp "Chemical Technology" vol 1
Right at the end of the Oleum article.
(po ...
18-10-2007 at 15:37
by: ciscosdad
Nice work Magpie.
Keep at it.

I've seen Cyanuric acid on the shelf while cruising the pool chemi ...
15-10-2007 at 20:49
by: ciscosdad
SO3 from Iron Sulphate
Thanks guys.
I understand that ferric is better as there is no loss of SO3 oxidising the ferrous to ...
8-10-2007 at 19:50
by: ciscosdad

First refinement: The reactor is only 1/3 or 1/4 full. Possibly a steel pipe with a welded bo ...
8-10-2007 at 19:12
by: ciscosdad
Ferrous vs Ferric
Has anyone wondered why the traditional method of vitriol production used the ferrous salt?
There s ...
8-10-2007 at 18:37
by: ciscosdad
@Xenoid & DerAlte

Do you guys see any prospect of refinement of these methods? Do you think i ...
8-10-2007 at 17:16
by: ciscosdad
The book!
Thanks Xenoid.
I now have the book, thanks to you and Amazon, and it looks amazingly interesting.
8-10-2007 at 16:54
by: ciscosdad
Crystal growing
@ Xenoid
This crystal pics you posted look great.
What was the name of the book? I was fascinated ...
23-9-2007 at 18:03
by: ciscosdad
Thanks Xenoid.
I like the look of your resistor design. Simple and effective.

We are all look ...
23-9-2007 at 15:12
by: ciscosdad
Point taken Tim.
However, the voltage across any extra cell(s) is fixed, and is probably inconvenie ...
20-9-2007 at 23:02
by: ciscosdad
Current Control
This problem of Xenoids applies to chlorate making as well.

The computer power supplies we all ha ...
20-9-2007 at 20:52
by: ciscosdad
Do you think the KMnO4 produced was hydrolysing while the cell was cooling? If so, and if it is an e ...
19-9-2007 at 17:29
by: ciscosdad
Refinement and Optimisation
@DerAlte and Xenoid

Lovely work.
I look forward to seeing the refinements we all hope you will b ...
18-9-2007 at 23:31
by: ciscosdad
Fascinating. I had no idea that violent movement would inhibit crystallization. That must make the o ...
17-9-2007 at 23:14
by: ciscosdad
I got the impression the turbulence was to control deposites other than crystallization. "Oxidic dep ...
17-9-2007 at 20:01
by: ciscosdad
Borax for Argentine Ants
@ Not_important
According to our local Agricultural Dept entymologist, the Argentine Ants can detec ...
12-9-2007 at 15:08
by: ciscosdad
Temperature control
From my limited understanding of the topic, it seems that there is a rather restricted range of usef ...
11-9-2007 at 18:38
by: ciscosdad
When I was a child my parents had a (brief) cockroach plague in the kitchen . They sorted it out in ...
11-9-2007 at 18:18
by: ciscosdad
@ S C Wack
Fascinating but confusing.
Do you think it is concentrated enough to get a precipitate ...
11-9-2007 at 16:43
by: ciscosdad
Ant Bait
We have an ongoing ant problem that I thought was Argentine Ants (from the dense collection of anthi ...
11-9-2007 at 15:35
by: ciscosdad
I was looking over some patents on the weekend, and found that there are a couple that appear to be ...
9-9-2007 at 15:46
by: ciscosdad
DerAlte's comments are most illuminating
The trick will be to juggle all of the disparate factors, ...
4-9-2007 at 15:18
by: ciscosdad
Thanks Xenoid,

CaSO4. Jeez how did I miss that?!?
I can only blame the accumulating obfuscatio ...
28-8-2007 at 18:05
by: ciscosdad
MnO2 from MnSO4
You must have been reading my mind guys, because I was looking for patents that did just this last n ...
28-8-2007 at 15:51
by: ciscosdad
Potassium Permanganate
Hi Xenoid,
I had a fit of jealousy when you told us you could get the KMnO4 in Kg quantities (!) fr ...
27-8-2007 at 20:16
by: ciscosdad
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