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Lamp work - hollow glass sphere
Maybe the bubble collapses if the glass is too hot to support a bubble shape for that thinness. Or p ...
3-1-2021 at 18:57
by: Morgan
One of my favorite element
If you were doing glass blowing or such, making red glass from the oxide might be mildly interesting ...
2-1-2021 at 09:38
by: Morgan
Can you plasticize black powder
One time when I was making rockets with gunpowder packed with a dowel in aluminum tubes, not knowing ...
26-12-2020 at 08:44
by: Morgan
shock sensitive mixtures of KNO3
Maybe if urea and nitrite were fine powders to start and intimately mixed and very slowly melted a s ...
25-12-2020 at 08:36
by: Morgan
An $88,000 thermos
Another thought about the carbon in a hypothetical faulty thermos. If used for this, maybe it'd be p ...
24-12-2020 at 16:00
by: Morgan
Experiments with liquid air
Explosions&Fire had a few things, benzene seemed on the cusp or something that will go bang big ...
23-12-2020 at 11:59
by: Morgan
Experiments with liquid air
Tidbit
"In the past many physical properties of several air pollutants have been studied in mixture ...
22-12-2020 at 10:00
by: Morgan
Experiments with liquid air
Follow-up on asphalt ...

From Air Products
"Some of the organic materials that can react
viole ...
21-12-2020 at 19:38
by: Morgan
Experiments with liquid air
Not that I have any idea what would happen but what if you mixed liquid air with liquid propane? I'd ...
20-12-2020 at 18:31
by: Morgan
Boro glass vs Quartz - both are SiO2 so how are they different?
Going off topic, the quartz nano spheres dust mention brought to mind this glass getting caught up i ...
19-12-2020 at 17:51
by: Morgan
Boro glass vs Quartz - both are SiO2 so how are they different?
I was wondering what the process was/venture a guess for making this cristobalite surface treatment ...
18-12-2020 at 20:15
by: Morgan
DIY acid washed sand changed color unexpectedly
There's a fair amount of mostly quartz sand where I live. It's a fine sand and it squeaks or chirps ...
17-12-2020 at 17:59
by: Morgan
SpaceX Starship crash coloured flames
That green copper nozzle effect brought to mind this copper coupling reducer used in a jam jar jet.
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14-12-2020 at 04:02
by: Morgan
SpaceX Starship crash coloured flames
The nozzle looks quite copper clad in these photos.
https://wccftech.com/spacex-starship-prototype- ...
13-12-2020 at 08:17
by: Morgan
Covid vaccine results
I saw something in the news on TV about India and some people there complaining the big corporations ...
12-12-2020 at 19:36
by: Morgan
Unusual gasket material
Maybe it is some form of flexible graphite, possibly metal reinforced.
https://mtigasket.com/metal- ...
11-12-2020 at 08:41
by: Morgan
shock sensitive mixtures of KNO3
What is going on here in that like yellow powder, it seems to have an intermediate step before explo ...
10-12-2020 at 09:18
by: Morgan
I need help finding the very bane of roaches existence...
Another avenue is to eliminate any possible crumb of a food source and ways of entering a building.
9-12-2020 at 17:00
by: Morgan
An $88,000 thermos
A thermos cut in half revealing the carbon.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=WzutESmEJaA

Viewer comm ...
6-12-2020 at 19:25
by: Morgan
An $88,000 thermos
Here's a glimpse of carbon at step 12.
https://youtu.be/01af9y7PDKk
6-12-2020 at 08:23
by: Morgan
An $88,000 thermos
I was watching this video on a thermos kiln and recalled cutting a tall Stanley thermos apart with a ...
5-12-2020 at 15:45
by: Morgan
Absolute volume of vessels?
This way of measuring was somewhat illustrative and muddling through the more critical comments on t ...
3-12-2020 at 10:34
by: Morgan
Candle Wax Water Explosion Experiment Explantion required
One thing about comparing the evaporation of say water and methanol is that water takes a little ove ...
14-11-2020 at 18:41
by: Morgan
DIY Quadrupole trap for lycopodium spores
On a quirky side note on the springy spores, maybe there could be a fun/easy way to make pseudo-spor ...
12-11-2020 at 08:31
by: Morgan
DIY Quadrupole trap for lycopodium spores
Might be interesting to toy with these spores to see how they coil suddenly with the slightest puff ...
11-11-2020 at 10:04
by: Morgan
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