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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
toluene --> benzaldehyde
The Maggione patent using persulphate redox pair co catalyst is obviously leaving a lot out of the p ...
8-2-2018 at 14:23
by: Chemetix
Evaporating water under vacuum - less energy intensive?
Despite the lower temperature you can't escape the need for the amount of energy required to change ...
2-2-2018 at 14:00
by: Chemetix
Process to practically condense large amount of atmospheric water or dew
In Melbourne recently we had humidity levels only seen in the tropics. I had to run a small portable ...
2-2-2018 at 13:47
by: Chemetix
Prince Rupert's primary?
I was watching a few youtube vids with P Ruperts drops being fired at by small arms, in slow mo of c ...
18-1-2018 at 21:38
by: Chemetix
Religion thought as science
I'm glad we can remain dignified without devolving to a shit slinging match, we'll leave that for th ...
10-1-2018 at 18:50
by: Chemetix
Religion thought as science

"But, just because there is a difference in opinion doesn’t make me wrong. After all, you gave a ...
10-1-2018 at 17:01
by: Chemetix
Religion thought as science
Quoting pseudo science from the bible and using a sort of urban myth about primitive knowledge to re ...
10-1-2018 at 14:08
by: Chemetix
Denis Kondaborav's thread of much spoonfeeding
How many stupid troll posts does it take to get ignored?
10-1-2018 at 01:25
by: Chemetix
Fighting fire with fire
I love the Banana poster, James Kennedy Monash has nailed the concept of fukking with the heads of t ...
10-1-2018 at 01:18
by: Chemetix
Religion thought as science
I will wade in, mainly because I abhor a disdain for logic. I won't be drawn into such nonsense as g ...
9-1-2018 at 02:08
by: Chemetix
Pink Quartz
Your link to fanty_store is hard to pick up do you have a direct link ? Looks like a perfect example ...
27-12-2017 at 12:57
by: Chemetix
Same troll over and over- Can CO2 be converted into water?
C'mon!! Total troll here. Detritus!
22-12-2017 at 00:58
by: Chemetix
Borax - Green Flames with Methylated Spirits
Look for water softener in pool shops, check the labels but you will find some that are 100% boric a ...
19-12-2017 at 11:19
by: Chemetix
Gun powder/ Black powder question
Black powder was one of my childhood follies. I was into rocket engines.
Rode home after school via ...
13-12-2017 at 12:51
by: Chemetix
To my fellow Australians: Police and Glassware shipments
The whole Ice thing is a bit of a red herring really, yes there are some who just go nuts and wreck ...
11-12-2017 at 18:16
by: Chemetix
Sealing ampoules
I had a bit of ampuling to do, this was my solution
I know this is a bit of a dead post but...

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5-12-2017 at 01:30
by: Chemetix
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