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White Phosphorus
You could also put it in a flask and pull it under vacuum to evaporate off the water.
13-9-2021 at 03:55
by: BromicAcid
Pictures of members.
Doubtlessly more intelligent to bring this up via U2U
5-9-2021 at 15:57
by: BromicAcid
Setups for burning liquid form aromatic waste
I used to chew up my organics with some Fenton's reagent. It will also eat aromatics converting the ...
4-9-2021 at 04:18
by: BromicAcid
Proper way to commit hot filtration?
No, it is not always necessary to have your solution dilute when doing a hot filtration. I mean, fo ...
28-8-2021 at 03:50
by: BromicAcid
Sodium, I've done it!
In theory I see this working fine, I mean the classical example is fusing aluminum chloride with sod ...
23-8-2021 at 14:20
by: BromicAcid
Pyrolyzing plastic waste: useful ?
Always avoid plastics where possible, should be a material of last resort not first attempt.
21-8-2021 at 14:30
by: BromicAcid
Leading reaction fumes out with a tube?
Here is the scrubber that I designed for use in the lab:

https://www.sciencemadness.org/whisper/v ...
13-8-2021 at 06:39
by: BromicAcid
Electrolysis of Sodium Iodide to get Iodine
Whereas iodine normally has limited solubility in water, in the presence of iodides it readily disso ...
10-8-2021 at 19:04
by: BromicAcid
Will we ever obtain superheavy elements ?
[rquote=663035&tid=157727&author=metalresearcher] E.g the mentioned elements 114 and 126 w ...
19-7-2021 at 04:42
by: BromicAcid
Oil lock up of rotary vane vacuum pumps
At one time I worked in a group making primarily isocyanates and chloroformates from phosgene. Afte ...
10-7-2021 at 02:57
by: BromicAcid
Preparation of NaH from sodium metal.
When running a Castner Cell, NaH starts to form in the melt if the temp is too high.
26-6-2021 at 12:20
by: BromicAcid
Thionly chloride from batteries
Doesn't seem entirely bad for a sealed, shippable, one-time source of thionyl chloride. Long ago I ...
26-6-2021 at 06:15
by: BromicAcid
Something looks wrong on the oleum page
From Wiki:

[quote]A decimal separator is a symbol used to separate the integer part from the frac ...
23-6-2021 at 02:49
by: BromicAcid
Uses of NaClO?
@njl Phosgene reacts shockingly slow with water, not speaking to if you'd make phosgene with this rx ...
22-6-2021 at 16:10
by: BromicAcid
Chemical Resistant Vacuum Tubing?
Usually just have a 50 ft roll of natural rubber tubing, when it gets brittle/discolored change it o ...
21-6-2021 at 13:30
by: BromicAcid
Is there anything interesting I can do with Urea?
Haven't seen a write-up. I did some work on it years ago and would be glad to see someone else take ...
20-6-2021 at 06:14
by: BromicAcid
Is there anything interesting I can do with Urea?
Ethylene carbonate
16-6-2021 at 18:52
by: BromicAcid
Chemically resistent pump
So long as you can deal with slight pulsations a diaphragm pump would be the way to go. Obviously y ...
16-6-2021 at 04:41
by: BromicAcid
Acetone - Rust-Oleum Automotive vs Klean Strip brands
Take care distilling acetone to dryness, it can form unintentional peroxides if it had been handled ...
30-5-2021 at 07:08
by: BromicAcid
worst stench
Ethyl isonitrile all day and then some.
28-5-2021 at 17:04
by: BromicAcid
Custom Organic Synthesis Costs
It varies greatly based on the process. Having done my share of quotes, the workflow is something l ...
26-5-2021 at 02:54
by: BromicAcid
Chemistry Books - Do you prefer digital or physical copies?
I prefer physical copies but there is no denying the advantage of a book that has good OCR applied t ...
24-5-2021 at 17:34
by: BromicAcid
Found a little piece of history
Max signed my copy of his book as "an old, bold chemist".

Along those lines some of the older che ...
19-5-2021 at 04:13
by: BromicAcid
Ninja smoke/flash
I used to have a Paladin Press book that detailed their production. Just a bunch of caps glued to a ...
17-5-2021 at 15:04
by: BromicAcid
Electrolysis Chamber
Even though heating element alloys have high resistant by nature I would think that you wouldn't be ...
17-5-2021 at 04:19
by: BromicAcid
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