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Is it correct now?
23-9-2020 at 08:23
by: Draeger
Welcome to the wiki discussion forum
[rquote=645015&tid=65174&author=B(a)P]I was just looking at the Barium Chlorate page on the ...
23-9-2020 at 08:15
by: Draeger
How toxic is chlorine dioxide, compared to chlorine?
[rquote=644923&tid=156090&author=unionised][rquote=643723&tid=156090&author=Draeger] ...
21-9-2020 at 10:09
by: Draeger
When do you delete stub notices?
I've noticed many articles that seem to be pretty complete by now, but still have the stub notice. I ...
19-9-2020 at 06:54
by: Draeger
Anyone else having horrible shipping delays, or is my package lost?
Still waiting for my package from Laborhandel-Krumpholz. It's been exactly 5 months now. Can't get q ...
4-9-2020 at 06:54
by: Draeger
Where to cite from?
I'd like to cite some sections of pages, especially safety sections, but I can't find any place wher ...
27-8-2020 at 13:03
by: Draeger
How toxic is chlorine dioxide, compared to chlorine?
So, I've been thinking about making a small amount of dilute chloric acid to test its extreme oxidiz ...
26-8-2020 at 08:00
by: Draeger
Tar from H2SO4 + sugar reaction?!
I did the reaction by just mixing sugar and H2SO4 in a graphite crucible. A snake formed as thought. ...
22-8-2020 at 06:53
by: Draeger
Is a sodium sulfide/polysulfide/thiosulfate solution alright for halogen neutralization?
I was wondering if it was safe to use a mixture of sodium sulfide/polysulfide/thiosulfates for the n ...
16-8-2020 at 13:21
by: Draeger
Testing a fume hood?
So, I've finally built myself a fume hood. But I don't quite trust working with more toxic chemicals ...
16-8-2020 at 06:49
by: Draeger
Latest chemical order?
[rquote=642453&tid=9890&author=B(a)P]As j_sum1 indicates, you can obtain lithium from batter ...
7-8-2020 at 06:42
by: Draeger
Making Reducing agents and oxidizing agents
Are silanes/stibine (especially that)/stannane/boranes really feasible to make in an amateur lab? Es ...
2-8-2020 at 14:45
by: Draeger
Very dizzy after melting sulfur - what happened?
[rquote=641767&tid=155890&author=B(a)P]Check out the copper sheet method
https://publiclab. ...
29-7-2020 at 13:59
by: Draeger
Very dizzy after melting sulfur - what happened?
Is there any H2S indicator I could make with the compounds in my signature?
29-7-2020 at 12:38
by: Draeger
Very dizzy after melting sulfur - what happened?
[rquote=641758&tid=155890&author=B(a)P][rquote=641751&tid=155890&author=Draeger]
I ...
29-7-2020 at 12:07
by: Draeger
Very dizzy after melting sulfur - what happened?
[rquote=641750&tid=155890&author=Fyndium]As far as I know, you get numbed to hydrogen sulfid ...
29-7-2020 at 09:42
by: Draeger
Very dizzy after melting sulfur - what happened?
So, I just melted less than a gram of sulfur. It all went well, it didn't start burning or something ...
29-7-2020 at 09:36
by: Draeger
Synthesis of dicyclopentadiene?
Oh. Are there any other methods?

I was also wondering if there was a way to synthesize it from a ...
26-7-2020 at 17:34
by: Draeger
Synthesis of dicyclopentadiene?
Is it possible to synthesize dicyclopentadiene? I've only heard of it being made from crude oil, but ...
26-7-2020 at 06:41
by: Draeger
Zn + technical HCl = red precipitate?! Selenium?
I can see how much is there by just looking. The entire ground of the beaker is covered, with some t ...
25-7-2020 at 10:46
by: Draeger
Zn + technical HCl = red precipitate?! Selenium?
[rquote=641368&tid=155859&author=RogueRose]It looks like copper to my. I found that zinc is ...
25-7-2020 at 09:09
by: Draeger
How to start organic chemistry?
[rquote=641362&tid=155853&author=Amos]There's lots of simple stuff you can begin to do just ...
25-7-2020 at 05:58
by: Draeger
Zn + technical HCl = red precipitate?! Selenium?
So, a few days ago I decided to make some ZnCl2. I mixed the stoichiometric amounts and let it react ...
25-7-2020 at 05:32
by: Draeger
Oily layer in HNO3 distilled from bisulphate and nitrate?
I've heard HNO3 liquifies silicone rubber, so it might be that.
24-7-2020 at 08:19
by: Draeger
Why doesn't anyone use glove boxes for things like fluorine?
I wonder: How can they even guarantee the safety of the workers when they work with these highly rea ...
24-7-2020 at 06:12
by: Draeger
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