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Griesheimer process with KCl
According to wikipedia, potassium can be produced from fluorite ore in the "griesheimer process":2 K ...
15-5-2019 at 07:01
by: John paul III
ketonic decarboxylation of succinic acid
I know that succinic dialdehyde is avaible to be purchased online, but im interested if it could by ...
14-5-2019 at 11:17
by: John paul III
Reagents used to detect cocaine
Hello,
I'd want to know what reagents are used in cocaine test kits. I know of Cobalt thiocyanate, ...
22-4-2019 at 14:33
by: John paul III
nitrogen content of "magicians flash paper"
I was wondering what is the nitrogen content of the flash paper marketed as a tricksters item. It se ...
14-3-2019 at 17:37
by: John paul III
Few questions on dual carbon batteries
Dual carbon batteries use graphite formed by pyrolysis of cotton as both cathode and anode. The alka ...
5-1-2019 at 07:16
by: John paul III
Paper cartridges and NH4NO3
Paper cartridges were made by soaking paper in a concentrated KNO3 solution and then drying it. Coul ...
29-12-2018 at 22:43
by: John paul III
End result of urea heating
I have a quick question:
If you heat up urea it releases nh3 forming biuret, triuret and on. At wha ...
12-9-2018 at 11:46
by: John paul III
Nitroguanidine performance as a gun propellant
It is often cited that nitroguanidine is being used in triple-based smokeless powders because it all ...
29-8-2018 at 10:40
by: John paul III
Sodium metal from sodium peroxide?
By the way analogous reactions for potassium are so that the peroxide decomposes at higher temp than ...
26-7-2018 at 09:17
by: John paul III
Sodium metal from sodium peroxide?
[rquote=525811&tid=85724&author=walruslover69][rquote=525791&tid=85724&author=John p ...
26-7-2018 at 08:56
by: John paul III
Sodium metal from sodium peroxide?
[rquote=525708&tid=85724&author=walruslover69]I don't believe that that reaction exists. I a ...
26-7-2018 at 02:45
by: John paul III
Sodium metal from sodium peroxide?
What about disproportionation of sodium oxide? Na2O - > Na2O2 + Na. With potassium in analogous r ...
25-7-2018 at 13:40
by: John paul III
Is there a stable organic peroxide explosive?
[rquote=525385&tid=84483&author=NatashaJurievna]Not only one. Peroxides become futuristic EM ...
23-7-2018 at 11:43
by: John paul III
What's the easiest way to turn benzene into non-toxic fuel?
I'm interested in using benzene as fuel. However, it's carcenogenic with no 100% safe concentration. ...
19-7-2018 at 18:09
by: John paul III
5-aminotetrazole as high explosive
How does the 5-ATZ perform as a high explosive compared to RDX? - what is it's TNT equivalent? Also, ...
17-7-2018 at 11:36
by: John paul III
Method of suppresing NH3 + NO -> N2 + H2O reaction
Thank you, I just noticed you found the link!
17-7-2018 at 04:47
by: John paul III
Method of suppresing NH3 + NO -> N2 + H2O reaction
Interesting, is the hoffmann patent in dutch/german? Did he use Cu ions or metal?
12-7-2018 at 13:04
by: John paul III
Method of suppresing NH3 + NO -> N2 + H2O reaction
As I'm going through my "ammonia to nitric acid stage" as every amateur has to, I present you with a ...
12-7-2018 at 12:14
by: John paul III
Sugar from wood, Friedrich Bergius
Recently I reminded myself reading about a process of hydrolising wood to yield sugar used in german ...
10-7-2018 at 19:45
by: John paul III
What could be the products of oxidation of Ca3N2 with H2O2?
But the difference here is the active oxygen - singlet O and ozone, hopefully in large enough concen ...
8-7-2018 at 09:23
by: John paul III
What could be the products of oxidation of Ca3N2 with H2O2?
I was thinking about generating an oxygen gas mix rather than introducing the ammonia into H2O2. Do ...
8-7-2018 at 08:12
by: John paul III
What could be the products of oxidation of Ca3N2 with H2O2?
let me throw in another one so as to not start another thread:
According to wikipedia ammonia react ...
8-7-2018 at 05:32
by: John paul III
What could be the products of oxidation of Ca3N2 with H2O2?
What could be the products of oxidation of Ca3N2 with H2O2?
Specifically, could this reaction evolv ...
7-7-2018 at 14:50
by: John paul III
Is there a stable organic peroxide explosive?
Is there a storage-stable organic peroxide explosive that is not too sensitive to be usable?
6-7-2018 at 09:57
by: John paul III
Performate salts by oxidation of formaldehyde with air
[rquote=523085&tid=84455&author=tetraiodide] haven't looked into it much but since holding t ...
3-7-2018 at 05:02
by: John paul III
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