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The Short Questions Thread (4)
My Lange's Handbook of Chemistry, 15th edition, did not have an EtOH/MeOH binary azeotrope, nor a te ...
18-6-2018 at 16:14
by: CharlieA
what kind of apparatus is this?
Molecular distillation is vacuum distillation below the pressure of 0.01 torr. It is a process of se ...
25-5-2018 at 16:37
by: CharlieA
Technecium or Technetium?
I guess it all comes down to what language you are using.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/technéc ...
25-5-2018 at 16:29
by: CharlieA
10g of Molybdenum £2.52 ebay
Well, I just ordered some because it seems cheap enough. I have no idea what I will do with it. Mayb ...
6-5-2018 at 15:58
by: CharlieA
Small scale preparation of Stannic Chloride (SnCl4)
[rquote=515571&tid=28879&author=yobbo II]https://geocitieschloratesite.000webhostapp.com/chl ...
26-4-2018 at 17:57
by: CharlieA
Small scale preparation of Stannic Chloride (SnCl4)
Out of curiosity, can you please share any literature references for this procedure?
25-4-2018 at 17:50
by: CharlieA
Easiest Way to Make Calcium Acetate
Just out of curiosity, did you do anything to characterize your product, qualitatively and/or quanti ...
25-4-2018 at 17:42
by: CharlieA
Organic Hypochlorites
You obviously got a product. How did you identify it? How do/did you assess its purity? Just curious ...
25-3-2018 at 07:02
by: CharlieA
Mystery Glassware Identification Thread
an analytic apparatus that employs a manometer to determine changes in the amount of gas produced o ...
24-3-2018 at 02:41
by: CharlieA
Mystery Glassware Identification Thread
I saw these used in an apparatus for running a biochemical reaction that produced/or used some gas ...
23-3-2018 at 17:29
by: CharlieA
The Short Questions Thread (4)
I seem to think that most ordinary titrations typically involve ~0.1N solutions.
2-3-2018 at 17:08
by: CharlieA
Reaction evolving H2 or CO gas, need help identifying
Not to be a wise-ass...but if something is oxidized, something else must be reduced...those electron ...
15-2-2018 at 18:44
by: CharlieA
Pretty Pictures (2)
That's an example of green chemistry, isn't it?
3-2-2018 at 16:38
by: CharlieA
Copper sulphate and vacuum question
There is a difference between water in a damp portion of a substance and water of crystallization. I ...
15-1-2018 at 17:58
by: CharlieA
why is it impossible to make synthetic wood and metals
[rquote=503683&tid=78181&author=ave369]The word "synthesis" is not applied to elemental subs ...
13-1-2018 at 17:08
by: CharlieA
latest glassware purchase
Here are a couple of papers I have, but honestly I haven't read. Maybe they will be some help concer ...
12-1-2018 at 19:03
by: CharlieA
latest glassware purchase
How many theoretical plates for that column? I'm guessing that you will have some great separations/ ...
11-1-2018 at 18:22
by: CharlieA
Book review...of sorts!
My latest read: "A History of Chemistry," by F. J. Moore; 3rd edition (1939).

From the preface t ...
3-1-2018 at 08:18
by: CharlieA
Book review...of sorts!
📚 Just finished reading Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring." This book was instrumental in ...
27-12-2017 at 16:51
by: CharlieA
latest glassware purchase
I use 5 and 10 mL beakers frequently. When I need to accurately measure out a few mL of a stock solu ...
22-12-2017 at 18:02
by: CharlieA
new toys
Tomorrow my new microscope arrives. This will be my first real microscope. The last one was basicall ...
20-12-2017 at 18:47
by: CharlieA
new toys
My wonderful EE brother-in-law set up a PID for me. Now I use it to control a cheap toaster-oven. Th ...
20-12-2017 at 18:40
by: CharlieA
Preparation of TLC Plates and quantitative analysis of paracetamol
Thanks for posting this, especially with the links to so many references. Maybe now I'll get off of ...
20-12-2017 at 18:37
by: CharlieA
Tour My Lab
Great job! You should be very proud of your work. I agree with you about the jiggly cell phone, but ...
20-12-2017 at 18:19
by: CharlieA
The Short Questions Thread (4)
I don't know if the little red cap can stand up, but they are easily enough replaced. Perhaps you co ...
17-12-2017 at 17:30
by: CharlieA
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