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Ostwald reactor from platinized silica wool
Just a heads up with boro, it goes soggy very quickly as an oxidiser chamber. The catalyst will get ...
14-8-2018 at 17:58
by: Chemetix
First glassblowing project - sealed multi container gas bubbler/absorber with PTFE or glass connection joints
Without a diagram I can assume you want to make a Dreschel bottle of some sorts....there are some tr ...
24-7-2018 at 21:19
by: Chemetix
Ostwald reactor from platinized silica wool
Smashed up brick or tiles have a great surface area and chemically neutral, It worked with cobalt, p ...
24-7-2018 at 16:31
by: Chemetix
Ostwald style nitric production
Great set up! Congratulations on getting it working! The catalyst temps are a bit of a challenge. Th ...
8-7-2018 at 16:29
by: Chemetix
Any melbourne based members need any glass
Panache I've PM'd you
12-5-2018 at 12:07
by: Chemetix
Gumtree Glassware - Australian Finds

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What fritted funnels do you have (specifically w/ std taper joints)[/quote]


PM you!
8-5-2018 at 15:15
by: Chemetix
Gumtree Glassware - Australian Finds
Anyone in Aus, hit me up for glassware, I've got a good stock of second hand stuff, some dating back ...
8-5-2018 at 00:33
by: Chemetix
3D printing quartz glass
[rquote=516113&tid=74496&author=officescape]I always thought you could print very low conduc ...
30-4-2018 at 03:19
by: Chemetix
Making borosilice fritted glass for distillation
I can make a frit for you, I just thought you were involved in the challenge of trying to make your ...
25-4-2018 at 16:33
by: Chemetix
Making borosilice fritted glass for distillation
I occasionally make a frit for some glassware applications, but the commercially made ones are usual ...
24-4-2018 at 15:33
by: Chemetix
French press vs Percolated coffee
Please forgive passion for coming across as "lecturing". But a "regular" percolator is not regular ...
4-4-2018 at 17:56
by: Chemetix
French press vs Percolated coffee
This one has taken up considerable amounts of my time getting right.
French press makes insipid co ...
4-4-2018 at 14:36
by: Chemetix
Heavy wall glass
In general yes!
24-3-2018 at 19:22
by: Chemetix
Sodium methoxide in Methanol electrolysis products?
It could be the reaction running in a forward direction and producing more sodium methoxide because ...
6-3-2018 at 13:57
by: Chemetix
Split from "Religion thought as science"
Why does everyone who wants to live in a militant warrior culture with a me and my family first ideo ...
25-2-2018 at 14:03
by: Chemetix
Interesting science websites?
I can't go past recommending [url=https://www.amazing1.com/]Information Unlimited[/url]. These guys ...
22-2-2018 at 13:22
by: Chemetix
Ammonium bifluoride
I know it's meant to etch glass but not borosilicate it seems.
I tried with the Potassium salt and ...
20-2-2018 at 22:16
by: Chemetix
Isocyanic Acid Danger?
Thermal hydrolysis of urea, that is heat with water, is a better option. It's slow but steady. Depen ...
20-2-2018 at 19:51
by: Chemetix
Carbon Foam Refractory Made From Bread
I don't have the time to go and try this so don't crucify me. But has anyone tried, or would like to ...
18-2-2018 at 13:28
by: Chemetix
Click chemistry
"You liked Iron? Kind of sucked to just look for it native, would have been hard to make suffficient ...
16-2-2018 at 14:41
by: Chemetix
Click chemistry
umm edited out the typo...thanks.

The Sharpless name is attached to quite a few reaction names, h ...
15-2-2018 at 15:14
by: Chemetix
Click chemistry
I was fortunate to attend a lecture by the redoubtable and renowned chemist Barry Sharpless recently ...
15-2-2018 at 13:45
by: Chemetix
So, I woke up this morning with superpowers
"He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for l ...
14-2-2018 at 23:55
by: Chemetix
Anyone working with Vycor or quartz glasses?
I have designed and built quartz reactors for research, if you need specific details about something ...
12-2-2018 at 02:05
by: Chemetix
Please replace your passwords-
Arrrrgh! passwords, the frikken bane of modern existence.

Software drives the most simple and ba ...
8-2-2018 at 15:05
by: Chemetix
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