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Growing Crystals in Gels
I just set up a gel with tatrate, and will add some copper(II) sulphate solution to it once it has s ...
24-7-2017 at 15:13
by: DraconicAcid
Growing Crystals in Gels
[rquote=488673&tid=75682&author=tsathoggua1]Mercury crystals? presumably its still a liquid ...
24-7-2017 at 13:12
by: DraconicAcid
Growing Crystals in Gels
I have a book on the subject in my office- I'll get back to you. And it's not like the chemical gar ...
23-7-2017 at 18:57
by: DraconicAcid
The Short Questions Thread (4)
[rquote=488076&tid=25055&author=ficolas]In the combustión of an inorgánicos ester, like tr ...
16-7-2017 at 14:30
by: DraconicAcid
Multiple Complex Synthesis (3rd attempt)
You probably want to leave chromium until you've had more experience with transition metal chemistry ...
14-7-2017 at 16:18
by: DraconicAcid
Multiple Complex Synthesis (3rd attempt)
No. FeCl2 + 2 H2O + 2 NH3 --> Fe(OH)2(s) + 2 NH4Cl(aq) The exothermicity is from the reaction o ...
14-7-2017 at 11:50
by: DraconicAcid
Multiple Complex Synthesis (3rd attempt)
[rquote=487860&tid=75405&author=borontrichloride]
I therefore conclude that this was enough ...
14-7-2017 at 08:28
by: DraconicAcid
Multiple Complex Synthesis (3rd attempt)
Copper(I) halides are white when they are pure.

If you want copper lactate, react the copper with ...
13-7-2017 at 11:34
by: DraconicAcid
Multiple Complex Synthesis (3rd attempt)
I've made copper lactate. It's blue.
13-7-2017 at 08:58
by: DraconicAcid
Copper(II) Lactate Synthesis
Copper(II) oxide is insoluble. If your solution is black, it's not copper(II) oxide. Add carbonate ...
11-7-2017 at 23:38
by: DraconicAcid
Colourless gas from making copper nitrate
[rquote=487598&tid=75287&author=NEMO-Chemistry]dosnt help i took the pic on a blue top!! but ...
11-7-2017 at 13:49
by: DraconicAcid
Copper(II) Lactate Synthesis
Make sure there is no hypochlorite left in the vial before adding the lactic acid.
11-7-2017 at 12:45
by: DraconicAcid
Copper(II) Lactate Synthesis
If you're suing a regular solution of bleach, there will be chloride ions present, so the reaction i ...
9-7-2017 at 12:03
by: DraconicAcid
Colourless gas from making copper nitrate
[rquote=487308&tid=75287&author=NEMO-Chemistry]well having moved it its gone from the blue c ...
8-7-2017 at 17:46
by: DraconicAcid
Copper(II) Lactate Synthesis
With any generic acid HA, bleach gives chlorine gas, not hydrogen. Lactic acid, however, can be oxi ...
8-7-2017 at 15:17
by: DraconicAcid
Cobalt Oxalate Precipitation
The problem is probably that the oxalate is mostly in the form of HC2O4-(aq) instead of C2O4=(aq). ...
7-7-2017 at 14:36
by: DraconicAcid
Glacial acetic acid from acetic anhydride?
Can you purify acetic acid by freezing it? If you have concentrated acetic acid, well-chilled, sure ...
6-7-2017 at 12:45
by: DraconicAcid
difference between NAC ester and NAC amide
An only slightly related question- can the thiol group of cysteine be oxidized to a sulphonic acid?
30-6-2017 at 13:50
by: DraconicAcid
Chromium Sulphate from Stainless Steel
Isolation of chromium compounds from stainless steel has been discussed in other threads.

I sugge ...
28-6-2017 at 15:49
by: DraconicAcid
Cobalt Oxalate complexes
https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=40&cad=rja& ...
26-6-2017 at 09:50
by: DraconicAcid
Cobalt Oxalate complexes
[rquote=486393&tid=75012&author=Vylletra Heart][rquote=486389&tid=75012&author=Draco ...
26-6-2017 at 00:22
by: DraconicAcid
Cobalt Oxalate complexes
[rquote=486387&tid=75012&author=Vylletra Heart]
Thanks for the answer! May I ask for the fo ...
25-6-2017 at 19:53
by: DraconicAcid
Cobalt Oxalate complexes
I don't have any experience with the cobalt(III) oxalate complexes, but the tris(carbonato) complex ...
25-6-2017 at 08:45
by: DraconicAcid
Seperating chrome from iron and nickel, stainless steel
[rquote=486263&tid=74007&author=JJay]I think that could work but might require using a large ...
23-6-2017 at 14:14
by: DraconicAcid
Seperating chrome from iron and nickel, stainless steel
I'm confused. Surely the easiest way to separate chromium from iron, nickel, and manganese is by pr ...
23-6-2017 at 13:02
by: DraconicAcid
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