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Low(est) boiling point salts?
Indium(III) bromide has a B.P. of 656C. From the trend, maybe the iodide is lower? Indium is suppose ...
18-1-2021 at 13:13
by: Metallophile
Help understanding DIY discharge tube emission spectrums
Are you running the pump to maintain vacuum, or do you have a valve to close? I'm guessing any small ...
12-1-2021 at 17:53
by: Metallophile
Radiophobia?
Is Uranium glazed dishware actually dangerous?

[url=https://www.burlingtoncountytimes.com/story/n ...
10-1-2021 at 11:06
by: Metallophile
Gallium (II) iodide
Wikipedia says this is a mixed valence compound of Ga(I) and Ga(III). This page on "GaI" is pretty i ...
31-12-2020 at 10:10
by: Metallophile
Elemental iodine from KI and chlorine?
I twice attempted to make some I2 by bubbling Cl2 gas into a solution of KI. I got plenty of dark pr ...
1-12-2020 at 21:31
by: Metallophile
DIY temperature probe for hotplate, help!
Could be this precision op amp:

https://www.ti.com/product/OPA2333
24-11-2020 at 17:53
by: Metallophile
DIY temperature probe for hotplate, help!
[rquote=649704&tid=156587&author=p4rtridg3]
Alright. Interestingly, by measuring the voltag ...
23-11-2020 at 20:20
by: Metallophile
DIY temperature probe for hotplate, help!
[rquote=649700&tid=156587&author=p4rtridg3]
Ooh, interesting theory. Is there any way I cou ...
23-11-2020 at 17:11
by: Metallophile
DIY temperature probe for hotplate, help!
[rquote=649685&tid=156587&author=p4rtridg3]In diode check mode, a voltage drop of 2.150V is ...
23-11-2020 at 13:17
by: Metallophile
Completely volatile metal compound, even from aqueous solution!
[rquote=648485&tid=156489&author=Pok]RuO4 is quite interesting. I made a few grams of it wit ...
8-11-2020 at 19:16
by: Metallophile
why you shouldn't touch homemade salts
[rquote=648440&tid=156490&author=Texium (zts16)]Nobody in their right mind would use a Cu-Be ...
6-11-2020 at 11:20
by: Metallophile
why you shouldn't touch homemade salts
This is interesting, and somewhat frightening. I have a small machine shop, and we do run some BeCu ...
6-11-2020 at 09:59
by: Metallophile
How to cut 1oz silver bar into pieces that will fit in a test tube
[rquote=647755&tid=156433&author=itsallgoodjames]
A hacksaw would probably work, but I'd im ...
30-10-2020 at 07:18
by: Metallophile
Easy Pt/Al2O3 catalyst for reforming?
I bought a 1g Platinum bar for $45 on ebay. That's 50% above the metal value, but at least it's not ...
29-10-2020 at 08:28
by: Metallophile
DIY Pirani vacuum pressure gauge electronics
[rquote=647583&tid=156416&author=wg48temp9]
Tungsten has a significant R/T slope. About 60% ...
28-10-2020 at 08:57
by: Metallophile
DIY Pirani vacuum pressure gauge electronics
[rquote=647577&tid=156416&author=wg48temp9]As the drive voltage to the bridge changes, the p ...
28-10-2020 at 07:15
by: Metallophile
Cafeine
16.5 years! This has to be close to a record.
27-10-2020 at 16:12
by: Metallophile
Why are odd elements rarer that even elements ?
I know that elements 3, 4, and 5 are rare because they are not created in stellar cores. Fusion goes ...
18-10-2020 at 12:19
by: Metallophile
usenetarchives.com
I was on usenet starting in '91. I wonder what I wrote 29 years ago?
14-10-2020 at 07:15
by: Metallophile
Identification of unknown metal
Maybe flame spectroscopy?
14-10-2020 at 07:03
by: Metallophile
Something about us
I loved chemistry back in school, but that was 30 years ago. I recently discovered the goofy "Chemic ...
12-10-2020 at 11:01
by: Metallophile
Mercury in Canada
[rquote=646287&tid=156300&author=wg48temp9]
That's a lot of mercury for a miniature tilt sw ...
12-10-2020 at 06:12
by: Metallophile
How much solution is required to react
My first post! I tried this KI + HCl + H2O2 reaction to make some iodine crystals for my element col ...
9-10-2020 at 08:01
by: Metallophile

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