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latest glassware purchase
I think it really depends on what it is... if I'm buying a mercury thermometer I'll buy it from the ...
29-3-2017 at 15:52
by: JJay
Phosphorous Tribromide restricted?
I have never given law enforcement a tour of my lab but one time when I was doing chemistry in an ar ...
29-3-2017 at 15:24
by: JJay
latest glassware purchase
It looks to me like some sellers are having an unfairly hard time with both American and Chinese cus ...
29-3-2017 at 15:15
by: JJay
How to make/obtain a pressure release valve
Hmm... this looks suspiciously like a photo from Alibaba....
29-3-2017 at 14:46
by: JJay
Phosphorous Tribromide restricted?
If they refuse to provide you requested materials and know who you are, they can and probably do rep ...
29-3-2017 at 14:44
by: JJay
Pump for condenser and aspirator
I've done that before with tap water, but I definitely prefer to use a tap and a pump or perhaps two ...
29-3-2017 at 01:46
by: JJay
The Short Questions Thread (4)
[rquote=479280&tid=25055&author=clearly_not_atara]It appears from some Googling that nickel ...
29-3-2017 at 00:21
by: JJay
The Short Questions Thread (4)
Nobody knows what kind of needle to use to handle highly corrosive substances with a glass syringe?
28-3-2017 at 23:13
by: JJay
How can i safely dispose of my lump of sodium?
I don't think so, actually.

Flushing a chunk of sodium that size down the toilet would likely des ...
28-3-2017 at 22:54
by: JJay
Maximizing chloroform from the haloform reaction
I've made chloroform with Wally World concentrated bleach a couple of times. I tried once with some ...
28-3-2017 at 20:31
by: JJay
Last chemical order?
Channel locks... or just remove the childproof cap with a utility knife.
28-3-2017 at 18:04
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry
I have a lot to do tonight, so I'm just dissolving some silverware in hydrochloric acid: https://www ...
28-3-2017 at 17:38
by: JJay
How can i safely dispose of my lump of sodium?
It's definitely better to put it to good use than to throw it in water.
28-3-2017 at 08:24
by: JJay
The Short Questions Thread (4)
What kind of needles do you use for handling bromine and/or 37% hydrochloric acid with a glass syrin ...
28-3-2017 at 04:53
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry
I think it's hectorite clay. It has resisted every solvent that it's come up against, including pira ...
28-3-2017 at 01:52
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry
I made some piranha solution and cleaned some glass. There is an experiment I want to do tonight, bu ...
27-3-2017 at 20:17
by: JJay
latest glassware purchase
I have an order from Deschem that I made almost two months ago that hasn't arrived yet. I've bought ...
27-3-2017 at 20:14
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry
I recrystallized some ammonium chloride. It seems to be dry now, and I think it is fairly pure, alth ...
27-3-2017 at 06:34
by: JJay
extracting oil from large amounts of bark/woodchip
You might do an experiment with a small amount in a test tube.
26-3-2017 at 20:50
by: JJay
90% isopropanol: more than meets the eye
Heet makes some isopropanol-based dry gas. Some varieties contain additives, but they have one varie ...
26-3-2017 at 20:02
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry
I usually try to avoid using lead, mainly because I don't like cleaning up the mess, but that is pre ...
26-3-2017 at 18:36
by: JJay
Everyday Chemistry
I'm distilling some benzyl alcohol. I attempted this yesterday and was surprised at how poor my vacu ...
26-3-2017 at 15:30
by: JJay
Targeted Apoptosis of Senescent Cells
If it can actually safely cure hair loss, it could be worth a fortune.

26-3-2017 at 13:42
by: JJay
how to get make a nitrogen atmosphere?
One of these could serve as a bubbler. You'd put just enough oil in it to prevent air from getting i ...
25-3-2017 at 19:49
by: JJay
how to get make a nitrogen atmosphere?
I think usually they would use a bubbler instead of a drying tube. It would be filled with mineral o ...
25-3-2017 at 17:28
by: JJay
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