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Isolating a deliquescent crystals from a saturated solution
I think yes, I have once solution of very very soluble salt, which refused to crystallize, so I must ...
17-9-2021 at 11:12
by: Bedlasky
Help with Cs2cucl4 (cesium tetrachlorocuprate II) preparation
Caesium salt is insoluble.

[url]https://woelen.homescience.net/science/chem/exps/CsCuCl3/index.ht ...
16-9-2021 at 14:23
by: Bedlasky
Why technetium and promethium doesn't have a stable isotope?
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Why technetium and promethium doesn't have a stable isotope? Technetium is in the middle of th ...
14-9-2021 at 13:41
by: Bedlasky
Beryllium compounds
I don't know why. I read it in book. Sometimes isn't easy to make hydrated salt from anhydrous one. ...
10-9-2021 at 08:15
by: Bedlasky
Beryllium compounds
Woelen: Product from BeO + conc. H2SO4 will be anhydrous BeSO4, which is insoluble (soluble is only ...
9-9-2021 at 06:30
by: Bedlasky
Buying chemicals in Poland "OTC"
I can by KMnO4 without any declaration in my country.
3-9-2021 at 09:30
by: Bedlasky
Aluminum a rare earth metal ?


[rquote=664672&tid=157872&author=clearly_not_atara]To me, conceptually, Al seems to fit ...
30-8-2021 at 07:14
by: Bedlasky
Potassium bromate and iodide long term storage
KI is just mildly hygroscopic, this isn't problem at all. Old samples contain very small amount of i ...
30-8-2021 at 07:04
by: Bedlasky
Nitrate, sulphate or chloride?
Sulphates are very good for growing crystals (especially double sulfates). Some chlorides also have ...
23-8-2021 at 08:18
by: Bedlasky
sulfur charring?
I think, that cooling of the sulfur is still too much quick and you end up with amorphous sulfur. It ...
20-8-2021 at 03:53
by: Bedlasky
Sodium tetrachloroaluminate
I doubt that you can make anhydrous product from aqueous solution.
18-8-2021 at 06:52
by: Bedlasky
Technical sodium molybdate
Arsenic? Are you sure? I doubt that someone add something that contain arsenic in to the soil.
16-8-2021 at 01:37
by: Bedlasky
Sulphuric acid from copper sulphate and sulphur dioxide???
Spontaneous oxidation of SO2 solution? This won't happen.
13-8-2021 at 22:24
by: Bedlasky
What happened to NileRed, NurdRage, Chemplayer and Doug?
Tom from Explosions and Fire upload new videos. Latest video on his Extractions and Ire is two weeks ...
13-8-2021 at 18:41
by: Bedlasky
Sulphuric acid from copper sulphate and sulphur dioxide???
SO2 + H2O2 is clean, good method.
13-8-2021 at 02:27
by: Bedlasky
Sulphuric acid from copper sulphate and sulphur dioxide???
Keras: Water is oxidized to oxygen.
13-8-2021 at 01:35
by: Bedlasky
Sulphuric acid from copper sulphate and sulphur dioxide???
Teodor: I wouldn't call CuCl2 as catalyst in this reaction. If CuCl2 would be a catalyst, then it wo ...
12-8-2021 at 20:21
by: Bedlasky
Electrolysis of Sodium Iodide to get Iodine
[url]http://www.sciencemadness.org/talk/viewthread.php?tid=7180[/url]

But I don't understand one ...
11-8-2021 at 14:36
by: Bedlasky
Chloric/Bromic acid storage
Hi.

I am planning synthesis of several metal chlorates/bromates. For this purpose I want to make ...
10-8-2021 at 22:00
by: Bedlasky
Electrolysis of Sodium Iodide to get Iodine
Yes, in acidic solution reaction goes the opposite way.

[Edited on 11-8-2021 by Bedlasky]
10-8-2021 at 20:59
by: Bedlasky
Electrolysis of Sodium Iodide to get Iodine
Iodine in alkaline solution disproportionate in to iodate and iodide.
10-8-2021 at 19:43
by: Bedlasky
Copper(II) reduction
Yes, you can sucrose for this. Mix sucrose with tartaric or citric acid and boil it for 10 minutes t ...
9-8-2021 at 13:45
by: Bedlasky
Chemistry Books - Do you prefer digital or physical copies?
In the case of chemistry books I don't mind. They have both advantages and disadvantages. When I do ...
7-8-2021 at 14:11
by: Bedlasky
Quantitative analysis of aldehydes
What problems did you have? Not enough sharp end point? I never tried it with indicators. I used pot ...
7-8-2021 at 05:25
by: Bedlasky
Ethylenediamine query
Melting point isn't the same as freezing point. For example, glycerol melts at 17,8 °C. But it does ...
7-8-2021 at 05:05
by: Bedlasky
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