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possibly dumb question: Food safety of unknown glassware
If you wanted to depart from sanity completely, you could swill out the glassware with hydrofluoric ...
8-2-2013 at 13:55
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Turning CsNO3 to other cesium salts.
If you have means to create 1000C temperatures, you could try a modification of the <a href="http ...
7-10-2011 at 12:13
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test for sodium nitrite?
Nitrite will turn dilute iron (II) sulphate solution dark brown, due to the formation of a complex.
16-4-2010 at 02:08
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Disposal of ethylenediamine
[quote]Sell it on eBay.[/quote]

I don't want to sell chemicals to people I don't know. Furthermo ...
16-4-2010 at 01:57
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Disposal of ethylenediamine
I have a a sample of ethylenediamine which has eaten its way out of one container, and is coming clo ...
15-4-2010 at 01:23
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If possible, need a quick and dirty test for lead
Barium (and to a lesser extent lead) may be detectable using the flame test. The emissions could we ...
15-4-2010 at 01:00
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Hunig's base
[quote][i]Originally posted by Nicodem[/i]
Both those amines are liquids in that temperature range ...
14-2-2008 at 09:21
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Why is Hydrogen-1 stable?
[quote][i]Originally posted by len1[/i]
Im sorry, I assume no such thing as you say. What I wrote ...
6-1-2008 at 10:39
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Why is Hydrogen-1 stable?
[quote][i]Originally posted by len1[/i]
Bingo! Indeed 'my toy model' predicts other higher energy ...
6-1-2008 at 05:00
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Why is Hydrogen-1 stable?
[quote][i]Originally posted by len1[/i]
You mentioned the electron 'escaping'. That is non-standar ...
5-1-2008 at 09:50
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Why is Hydrogen-1 stable?
[quote][i]Originally posted by len1[/i]
...the main reason - the centrifugal force if you like - wh ...
5-1-2008 at 04:24
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Why is Hydrogen-1 stable?
[quote][i]Originally posted by maniacscientist[/i]
The paradigma of the nucleus having not the chan ...
1-1-2008 at 13:44
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CPSC Won! FireFox case Lost!
[quote][i]Originally posted by The_Davster[/i]
...This says it all about the scum " the ability to ...
1-1-2008 at 07:22
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Why is Hydrogen-1 stable?
The electron isn't trapped on the nucleus due to Heisenberg's Uncertainty principle. If the electro ...
1-1-2008 at 06:52
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Police Questions
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[*]The initial post involved the possibility of amateur chemistry attracting police attent ...
31-12-2007 at 10:42
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Please keep to the topic
Yet again, a chemistry related topic has degenerated into political bickering. Please keep to the o ...
31-12-2007 at 06:20
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Forget everything else, diamond is the answer!
The impure nitrogen-doped diamonds sell for more, because that is how the gem market is stacked, wit ...
15-12-2007 at 11:23
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Forget everything else, diamond is the answer!
Actually, [i]not[/i] doping synthetic diamond with nitrogen is the difficult bit. [url=http://en.wik ...
14-12-2007 at 10:14
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Interesting rare earth metals (lanthanoids) and thier salts
[quote][i]Originally posted by Sauron[/i]
I think you mean lanthanides not lanthanoids.[/quote]

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8-10-2007 at 09:15
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Readily Available Chemicals Website: Version 2
Beryl (of which emerald and aquamarine are specifically coloured varieties) is harmless. It is hard ...
29-9-2007 at 02:56
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stocking chemicals
The four absolute essentials that any home experimenter should strive to obtain are:
[list]
[*]Hyd ...
25-9-2007 at 06:09
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61 year old man's chemicals stolen and destroyed
[b]"[/b][No person shall] be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor ...
17-9-2007 at 01:45
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Moderator warning:
This is an interesting thread which runs the risk of degenerating into yet another religious/politic ...
13-9-2007 at 04:41
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BariumCarbonate from BariumSulfate + Soda
Barium sulfate and sodium carbonate are both very cheap, and so (on a small scale) it's perfectly ac ...
13-9-2007 at 04:31
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azide disopsal
When decomposing azides in an acidic environment, do so in [b]a well ventilated area[/b], because hy ...
13-9-2007 at 01:46
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