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Dyeing PBT keycaps
So I've picked up an interest in mechanical keyboards, and one fun thing that I've thought of doing ...
18-2-2018 at 20:59
by: Brain&Force
Molten Europium
Couple of notes:

1) Europium(III) oxide and europium(III) carbonate are both white. Europium(II) ...
17-2-2017 at 11:12
by: Brain&Force
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The europium isn't mine! Our lab acquired it from a Chinese supplier – much cheaper than getting i ...
24-12-2016 at 17:57
by: Brain&Force
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A WHOLE FUCKING KILOGRAM OF EUROPIUM METAL.

<img src="http://i.imgur.com/M3OZCbg.jpg" width=80 ...
22-12-2016 at 10:33
by: Brain&Force
Synthesis of tris(tert-butyl) alcohol
I'd say use a benzoate ester instead, it's easier to come across than benzophenone. If you gather en ...
17-9-2016 at 23:16
by: Brain&Force
Lanthanide Woes
I'd take blogfast's advice and try to extract the stuff with toluene or some other nonpolar solvent. ...
30-8-2016 at 09:55
by: Brain&Force
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Gadolinium acetate crystals under a microscope with a polarizer.

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25-8-2016 at 09:17
by: Brain&Force
The trouble with neodymium...
Yeah, the non-hygroscopic salts but very water-soluble salts are the biggest advantage IMO. Just a q ...
23-8-2016 at 09:50
by: Brain&Force
The trouble with neodymium...
I think I may have accidentally come across a much better separation method for neodymium from magne ...
20-8-2016 at 21:31
by: Brain&Force
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GIF time! I decided to do a video of holmium acetate changing color in different lighting. It's just ...
28-7-2016 at 09:33
by: Brain&Force
Production of chiral alcohol enantiomers
I think it'd be fun to prepare some enantiomerically enriched (or preferably pure!) 2-butanol, but I ...
7-6-2016 at 15:15
by: Brain&Force
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Holmium acetate isn't hygroscopic. This happened.

<img src=http://i.imgur.com/IlXJllv.jpg widt ...
7-6-2016 at 14:53
by: Brain&Force
Dysprosium phthalate - a fluorescent coordination polymer!
Even though I have relatively limited home lab facilities, I was able to make an unusual compound - ...
17-3-2016 at 22:18
by: Brain&Force
Pyranine, fluorescein, fluorescent pH indicators, and highlighters
Don't forget that they're also great indicators and can be affected significantly by solution pH as ...
14-2-2016 at 21:48
by: Brain&Force
Pyranine, fluorescein, fluorescent pH indicators, and highlighters
I'm in college and I don't think I'll be able to do a student project on this, but I do have one fun ...
14-2-2016 at 21:34
by: Brain&Force
Pyranine, fluorescein, fluorescent pH indicators, and highlighters
Ok, I've found a reliable method for determining the difference between pyranine and fluorescein - p ...
14-2-2016 at 15:55
by: Brain&Force
Samarium is sending me insane!
Should have checked this thread earlier.

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23-1-2016 at 11:24
by: Brain&Force
Esters!
[rquote=404437&tid=62345&author=Etaoin Shrdlu]Also, propyl acetate. Pear or not pear? I know ...
22-1-2016 at 19:58
by: Brain&Force
Corundum synthesis
Have you looked into the [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verneuil_process]Verneuil process?[/url] ...
20-1-2016 at 18:53
by: Brain&Force
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Element 28 is calling to me right about now...

here's some nickel sulfamate I'm probably going to ...
20-12-2015 at 13:56
by: Brain&Force
How to view spectrum of aqueous solution ?
Were you referring to my holmium sulfamate spectrum (the link is broken for me)? You'd probably have ...
6-11-2015 at 10:09
by: Brain&Force
Samarium is sending me insane!
I bought a Bernzomatic propane blowtorch with a webbed flame, and decided to try two things with sam ...
30-10-2015 at 21:34
by: Brain&Force
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The absorption spectrum of holmium sulfamate, I used an LED and diffraction grating with the solutio ...
28-10-2015 at 11:49
by: Brain&Force
apologies owed; knuckled down
YEAH! Now I have an excuse to check the forums again...haven't done that in a while...
27-10-2015 at 09:25
by: Brain&Force
Ytterbium(II) - easier than you think!
Yeah, I likely will. I have some copper sulfate but I have a feeling ytterbium(II) will reduce it to ...
26-9-2015 at 10:33
by: Brain&Force
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