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Nickel(II) something-nate sludge
[rquote=518883&tid=82896&author=fusso][rquote=518273&tid=82896&author=DraconicAcid]I ...
22-5-2018 at 17:28
by: DraconicAcid
Weird side product when making copper acetate
Copper(II) acetate will hydrolyze to give basic copper acetate in the absence of excess acetic acid.
22-5-2018 at 17:16
by: DraconicAcid
Nickel(II) something-nate sludge
I'd guess Ni(II) hydrolyzes to give nickel hydroxide and hydronium ion, and the hydronium ion reacts ...
18-5-2018 at 10:52
by: DraconicAcid
Molecular Sieves
Yeah, but the more esters I try, the more I find that things that should work fine don't really seem ...
18-5-2018 at 10:17
by: DraconicAcid
Molecular Sieves
MAKE ALL THE ESTERS!!!

That basically sums it up......
18-5-2018 at 09:15
by: DraconicAcid
Nickel(II) something-nate sludge
Looks like nickel(II) hydroxide from not adding enough acid?
18-5-2018 at 08:58
by: DraconicAcid
Molecular Sieves
Yeah, I'd go with the addition funnel if I had one, but right now I'm trying to make do. And addign ...
16-5-2018 at 20:15
by: DraconicAcid
Molecular Sieves
The trouble with using other drying agents such as copper(II) sulphate or calcium chloride is that t ...
16-5-2018 at 14:27
by: DraconicAcid
Molecular Sieves
Yes, but they'll be in the column, where they'll be in contact with the alcohol and water vapours, n ...
15-5-2018 at 13:01
by: DraconicAcid
Molecular Sieves
Okay- I really don't know much about molecular sieves. They're great for drying stuff, but that's a ...
15-5-2018 at 12:30
by: DraconicAcid
HCl Preparation with no other strong acid
[rquote=517894&tid=12318&author=Texium (zts16)][rquote=517843&tid=12318&author=AJKOE ...
14-5-2018 at 17:12
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Salicylate
*Adds copper salicylate to the list of things to make for the heck of it*
14-5-2018 at 13:08
by: DraconicAcid
The Short Questions Thread (4)
FFS = "For F#$@'s Sake"
12-5-2018 at 07:46
by: DraconicAcid
Question on Iodine molar mass in equations
[rquote=517456&tid=82669&author=BromicAcid]The molecular weight of iodine is 126.90 g/mol. ...
11-5-2018 at 05:24
by: DraconicAcid
The Short Questions Thread (4)
[rquote=517403&tid=25055&author=ninhydric1]When determining R, S chirality centers, is it re ...
10-5-2018 at 07:20
by: DraconicAcid
Polystyrene to Benzoic Acid
[rquote=517340&tid=62042&author=JJay]I am quite sure that potassium permanganate could oxidi ...
9-5-2018 at 18:23
by: DraconicAcid
Polystyrene to Benzoic Acid
[rquote=400008&tid=62042&author=UC235]
4) Have you considered hydrolysis of PETE plastic so ...
9-5-2018 at 16:10
by: DraconicAcid
Calculating O2 produced from H2O2 (in variouos concentrations)
3% H2O2 is known as "10 Volume" H2O2 because one L of it will decompose to give 10 L oxygen.
9-5-2018 at 14:32
by: DraconicAcid
Everyday Chemistry
[rquote=516953&tid=64759&author=The Volatile Chemist]Actually I just did an esterification a ...
6-5-2018 at 12:48
by: DraconicAcid
oxalic acid -> ethylene glycol
Reduction of carboxylic acids, IIRC, requires things like lithium aluminum hydride. So, probably no ...
1-5-2018 at 15:58
by: DraconicAcid
comparison between CaCO3 and ZnCO3
I can't think of much that would be safer than calcium carbonate. And no, zinc is not going to disp ...
29-4-2018 at 20:16
by: DraconicAcid
The Short Questions Thread (4)
Dextrose and glucose are the same thing. I know maltose is a separate sugar, but that's about the e ...
29-4-2018 at 12:43
by: DraconicAcid
NaOH as substitute for KOH
Sodium hydroxide is usually good enough for any application that requires potassium hydroxide.
27-4-2018 at 16:21
by: DraconicAcid
Aqua regia + Iron reaction?
Why would you waste aqua regia on iron, when iron reacts readily with ordinary hydrochloric acid?
27-4-2018 at 13:02
by: DraconicAcid
p-dichlorobenzene -> chlorobenzene?
[rquote=515458&tid=3317&author=Velzee][rquote=43041&tid=3317&author=12AX7]Don't supp ...
24-4-2018 at 15:10
by: DraconicAcid
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