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Tetralin
I got lucky and found some on eBay. One thing I didn't know is that tetralin smells pretty bad, and ...
17-8-2018 at 05:58
by: MrHomeScientist
Chemical & Metalworking Source
Thought I'd pass along a potential chemical source that I found recently: [url=https://www.lmine.com ...
16-8-2018 at 13:36
by: MrHomeScientist
Melting sulfur in mineral oil
[rquote=529415&tid=88167&author=DJF90]Sulfur reacts with mineral oil at high temperatures to ...
15-8-2018 at 12:36
by: MrHomeScientist
Melting sulfur in mineral oil
As long as it doesn't dissolve or react with the solvent I don't see why not. Another route is to di ...
15-8-2018 at 12:26
by: MrHomeScientist
Collection of Chlorine by Electrolysis
I've done this with a common clay flower pot as my membrane. My goal was the NaOH, though, so I just ...
9-8-2018 at 10:08
by: MrHomeScientist
Preserving Chemistry Channels
Thanks for taking the time to document so many reactions, [b]12thealchemist[/b]! Great work.

It's ...
9-8-2018 at 09:54
by: MrHomeScientist
Problems with Lithium Batteries
Have you tested to make sure that is lithium? It looks like it sunk in that oil, unless it's stuck i ...
9-8-2018 at 07:25
by: MrHomeScientist
CuCl2.2H2O synthesis help
You could also start with malachite and dissolve that in HCl. Evaporating the water yields the green ...
8-8-2018 at 11:00
by: MrHomeScientist
Doable synthesis of F2 in amateur setting?
Fluorinated hydrocarbon, you say? I have about 2 gallons of [url=https://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/company ...
8-8-2018 at 06:01
by: MrHomeScientist
Which would be more a useful gas: Nitrogen or Argon?
I'd be surprised if you need a drying tube for your argon; the gas should be very dry from the cylin ...
8-8-2018 at 05:42
by: MrHomeScientist
heating mantle size
Do you leave an air gap, or fill the space with some kind of media? I seem to recall someone once fi ...
7-8-2018 at 12:42
by: MrHomeScientist
Which would be more a useful gas: Nitrogen or Argon?
Agreed, for all of the above reasons. Heavier than air, more inert than nitrogen, and comparable pri ...
7-8-2018 at 11:03
by: MrHomeScientist
Responsible Chemical Waste Disposal
They even let you drink it! To take x-rays of your digestive system; called a 'barium meal.' I had t ...
6-8-2018 at 12:15
by: MrHomeScientist
Problems with Lithium Batteries
Paraffin wax's density is about 0.9 g/cm[sup]3[/sup], so it would still float if it were liquid. It' ...
5-8-2018 at 17:13
by: MrHomeScientist
Problems with Lithium Batteries
[rquote=526590&tid=86157&author=Abromination] It is very common to store it under minneral o ...
4-8-2018 at 06:59
by: MrHomeScientist
Isolating cobalt, copper and lithium from an old LiPo RC Helicopter battery.
I don't really have any comments, but just wanted to say this is some very interesting stuff. Welcom ...
19-7-2018 at 12:28
by: MrHomeScientist
Tour My Lab
Hospital bills are more expensive!
13-7-2018 at 05:25
by: MrHomeScientist
Red solution from gold processing, WTF is it ?
Out of curiosity, how did you "discard" your "corrosive toxic waste"?
11-7-2018 at 08:13
by: MrHomeScientist
Synthesis of pure Bromine with no byproducts
Seems to me that your disproportionation of FeBr[sub]3[/sub] would waste potential bromine, since 2/ ...
10-7-2018 at 12:29
by: MrHomeScientist
Platinized silica wool catalyst from e-cigarette wick
Not according to the kitco historical charts for palladium!

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Hm. That doesn ...
9-7-2018 at 06:08
by: MrHomeScientist
Platinized silica wool catalyst from e-cigarette wick
For the ammonia reactor, I believe a mixture of solids in the RBF would work better than two solutio ...
3-7-2018 at 11:11
by: MrHomeScientist
What is the point of amateur chemistry?
You know, it's "burgers house" now.
13-6-2018 at 12:22
by: MrHomeScientist
Salts in Vapor?
j_sum1 summed it up nicely. I had one extreme case where I forgot about a beaker at the back of the ...
7-6-2018 at 05:36
by: MrHomeScientist
YouTube Channels I found
Thanks for sharing, but names would help! A string of random numbers doesn't tell me if I've seen th ...
31-5-2018 at 07:28
by: MrHomeScientist
Borosilitate glass broke on heating
Could be anything. Are you sure it was borosilicate glass? Many fake products exist; the story here ...
25-5-2018 at 10:34
by: MrHomeScientist
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