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Boron tribromide
[rquote=269991&tid=9463&author=aaparatuss]Are there any updates on the use of boron carbide ...
29-5-2017 at 07:44
by: Melgar
Sodium Metabisulphite & Magnesium
The above explanations seem confusing to me. Magnesium would most likely react with -HSO3 to produc ...
28-5-2017 at 18:46
by: Melgar
Gallium amalgams II: Zn-Ga and the Al-Zn-Ga "metatectic"
Apparently I can't edit my post, but I'd like to also state that the main difference between zinc an ...
28-5-2017 at 18:19
by: Melgar
Got a lot done. Where to go next.
Silver chloride is insoluble in water, and would form a protective coating on any silver metal. Als ...
28-5-2017 at 15:35
by: Melgar
Nice deal on 100 mL glass reagent bottles, US shipper
[rquote=484230&tid=74327&author=Dr.Bob]I might order a box or two, if anyone just wants a fe ...
27-5-2017 at 17:57
by: Melgar
Foiled by Canadian Tire(in a minor way)
[rquote=483933&tid=74202&author=Daffodile]Not sure what loophole involved, but I don't see h ...
27-5-2017 at 11:53
by: Melgar
Gallium amalgams II: Zn-Ga and the Al-Zn-Ga "metatectic"
[rquote=484154&tid=74339&author=clearly_not_atara]I'm aware of the use of indium, but the ab ...
27-5-2017 at 11:29
by: Melgar
Asbestos
I have a 1-cm thick sheet of something that is probably asbestos. It's from roughly the WWII era, a ...
26-5-2017 at 17:03
by: Melgar
Gallium amalgams II: Zn-Ga and the Al-Zn-Ga "metatectic"
I've been experimenting with such a system, although you can get a much lower melting point by inclu ...
26-5-2017 at 16:51
by: Melgar
6" i.d. glass tube & vacuum ?
[rquote=484125&tid=74326&author=phlogiston]Fortunately, the compressive strength of glass is ...
26-5-2017 at 08:13
by: Melgar
Nice deal on 100 mL glass reagent bottles, US shipper
I don't think I've ever seen this size of lab-grade bottles this inexpensive:

http://www.ebay.com ...
26-5-2017 at 04:45
by: Melgar
convert Cacl2.6h20 to cacl2.2h20
Boil it down while weighing it periodically? I'm not clear on what you mean by "hso". H2O?
25-5-2017 at 23:09
by: Melgar
Filter paper from commonly available materials?
[rquote=484073&tid=74284&author=Magpie]Old nylon stockings work wonderfully for straining ol ...
25-5-2017 at 19:41
by: Melgar
Creep/Crawl of salts - up dish wall - as liquid evaporates
It's a bit simpler than that. At the edge of the solution, it will tend to evaporate faster, becaus ...
25-5-2017 at 12:03
by: Melgar
Ammonia Generator idea
If you heat cyanuric acid hot enough, it will turn into isocyanic acid, which is a gas. This is at ...
25-5-2017 at 08:09
by: Melgar
Filter paper from commonly available materials?
This may be stating the obvious, but when I don't have proper filter paper, I'll either use cotton f ...
24-5-2017 at 14:11
by: Melgar
how do you make Red Al
You need to start with sodium aluminum hydride, which is made in a similar way as lithium aluminum h ...
24-5-2017 at 13:49
by: Melgar
Ammonia Generator idea
Actually, I was suggesting that you simply heat urea to generate your ammonia, with no sodium salt o ...
24-5-2017 at 13:37
by: Melgar
Solvents from the destructive distillation of sugar?
[rquote=483904&tid=73899&author=Amos]If I decide to try this out on a larger scale with actu ...
23-5-2017 at 10:16
by: Melgar
Foiled by Canadian Tire(in a minor way)
Either you didn't use enough sulfuric acid, or more likely, most of the cold packs actually containe ...
23-5-2017 at 07:55
by: Melgar
Solvents from the destructive distillation of sugar?
[rquote=482709&tid=73899&author=Dr.Bob]You have to remember that sugars (and most carbohydra ...
22-5-2017 at 11:53
by: Melgar
Seperating chrome from iron and nickel, stainless steel
Just saying that from my own experience trying to separate nickel from stainless steel, getting rid ...
22-5-2017 at 11:30
by: Melgar
Seperating chrome from iron and nickel, stainless steel
Lots of transition metal ions will catalyze the decomposition of H2O2, iron being one of them. Are y ...
22-5-2017 at 10:22
by: Melgar
OTC Oxalyl Chloride Challenge
[rquote=483808&tid=74187&author=theAngryLittleBunny]The actual name of the reaction, hmm.... ...
22-5-2017 at 10:13
by: Melgar
Got a lot done. Where to go next.
Sounds like you need one of these:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aXyK0xIt0k
22-5-2017 at 08:29
by: Melgar
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