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Ohaus again (balances and hotplates)
You do realize the iPhone is made in China, right?

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7-10-2021 at 05:07
by: MidLifeChemist
Calcium Sulphate Destroys Glassware
I have heard of others being similarly punished by their calcium sulfate deposits. You are not alone ...
27-9-2021 at 18:56
by: MidLifeChemist
Secret Santa 2021
I'm looking forward to participating this year!
23-9-2021 at 14:01
by: MidLifeChemist
magnesium from soda cans
short answer - this won't work. long answer, magnesium ribbon is very cheap to buy.
23-9-2021 at 14:00
by: MidLifeChemist
How toxic are Beryllium compounds really ?
there is information on beryllium toxicity here: https://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/tp4.pdf

an ...
9-9-2021 at 07:05
by: MidLifeChemist
What happened to NileRed, NurdRage, Chemplayer and Doug?
>>What happened to NileRed, NurdRage, Chemplayer and Doug?

Nurdrage has always taken long ...
18-8-2021 at 06:40
by: MidLifeChemist
Any uses for lithium metal
If you heat lithium in a propane furnace at high temperatures for several minutes at 500C, let it co ...
15-8-2021 at 16:48
by: MidLifeChemist
Home Lab Construction
Good luck with your home lab, it sounds exciting. i have my own home lab that is well stocked that I ...
15-8-2021 at 16:46
by: MidLifeChemist
Lithium metal 99.9% for sale
I'm happy to give you some feedback from my own perspective. YMMV.

I recently purchased a couple ...
15-8-2021 at 16:37
by: MidLifeChemist
reagents for sale, a lot of indicators
I just completed an excellent transaction with this supplier. I messaged OP (Fery), and he gave me t ...
30-7-2021 at 05:49
by: MidLifeChemist
Storing chemicals and ordinary refridgerators and freezers
I store my iodine and H2O2 in our 2nd refrigerator that is in the garage. If I make bromine, I'll pr ...
4-7-2021 at 13:26
by: MidLifeChemist
Iodine from tincture
What you are trying works for potassium iodide, not iodine dissolved in alcohol afaik.
27-6-2021 at 20:26
by: MidLifeChemist
Reaction between Potassium Bromate and sulfuric acid?
Just to confirm - based on my test of adding 2M HNO3 to both aqueous and solid KBrO3, and getting co ...
26-6-2021 at 07:24
by: MidLifeChemist
Reaction between Potassium Bromate and sulfuric acid?
Thanks for these tests!

>> Do you have HNO3
Yes, I recently purchased the good stuff :)

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23-6-2021 at 17:17
by: MidLifeChemist
Reaction between Potassium Bromate and sulfuric acid?
Thanks so much for your replies woelen (and everyone else). I appreciate you doing the test at home ...
22-6-2021 at 21:37
by: MidLifeChemist
Reaction between Potassium Bromate and sulfuric acid?
[rquote=661963&tid=157622&author=woelen]If you add dilute (e.g. 20%) H2SO4 to either solid K ...
21-6-2021 at 06:39
by: MidLifeChemist
Reaction between Potassium Bromate and sulfuric acid?
Bedlasky, thanks for the reply. I added 6M sulfuric acid to the KBrO3 solution, which is what the pr ...
21-6-2021 at 06:33
by: MidLifeChemist
Reaction between Potassium Bromate and sulfuric acid?
Can anyone add a small amount of sulfuric acid to a KBrO3 solution and tell me if elemental bromine ...
20-6-2021 at 15:36
by: MidLifeChemist
Dissolving metals in acid report
Thanks Jacob, there is a lot of work put into that.
22-12-2020 at 20:06
by: MidLifeChemist
DIY acid washed sand changed color unexpectedly
Your dedication to this project amazes me!
22-12-2020 at 19:34
by: MidLifeChemist
Removal of caked on MnO2 from round bottom flask?
I would use HCl, and just do it outside if you don't want a dose of Cl2 up your nose. Good luck and ...
20-12-2020 at 15:39
by: MidLifeChemist
Violuric acid salts (fantastic colors and variety)
>> Amazing work, had no idea this anion even existed, or that it was so colorful.
That is wha ...
19-12-2020 at 09:54
by: MidLifeChemist
Member questions
One member is caustic when they don't get their 3 meals a day, but I forget who it is.
19-12-2020 at 09:48
by: MidLifeChemist
Copper acetate- Any ideas on what to do with it?
I have mine sitting on a watch glass. It seems to hold up well in air and I admire it quite frequent ...
19-12-2020 at 09:46
by: MidLifeChemist
What to do with 6% hydrogen peroxide
I use 3% or 6% hydrogen peroxide to make iodine from KI, make copper acetate, and for the iodine cl ...
17-12-2020 at 23:04
by: MidLifeChemist
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