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Periodic Table Display
[rquote=471711&tid=23289&author=pantone159]I do not have as nice a display as some of these, ...
19-1-2017 at 19:42
by: MrHomeScientist
Sciencemadness Patches!
I got my patches the other day, and they look really great! Thanks Zephyr! I'll be sure to post pict ...
18-1-2017 at 07:34
by: MrHomeScientist
When drying salts how do you prevent cake formation sticking to glass?
ePlastics is a great company. Their sales reps work closely with you to make sure you get exactly wh ...
11-1-2017 at 06:40
by: MrHomeScientist
Making a solution with temperature dependent coloration
Interesting indeed, I'd like to see some pictures of the effect.

I also noticed reversible thermo ...
10-1-2017 at 12:12
by: MrHomeScientist
Is it possible to make CuCl2 from Chloroform or DCM?
Just a semantic note: you aren't producing CuCl<sub>2</sub> [i]from[/i] the solvent; the ...
10-1-2017 at 07:59
by: MrHomeScientist
Periodic Table Display
Looks great! Nice work.

I'm curious what you have for your radioactive samples: Po, At, Rn, Fr, R ...
9-1-2017 at 14:17
by: MrHomeScientist
Galinstan games
Very cool idea! I played with galinstan a little a while back, and found it to wet everything it tou ...
9-1-2017 at 09:36
by: MrHomeScientist
Etching copper in copper sulfate - orange precipitate
Neat project. Welcome to ScienceMadness.
For disposal of copper solutions, I generally add baking s ...
6-1-2017 at 06:59
by: MrHomeScientist
Reasonably strong, chemical-resistant DIY stir rods
What's wrong with glass rods? Readily available online. If you don't want to go that route, they sel ...
5-1-2017 at 06:55
by: MrHomeScientist
DEA investigates possible HazMat lab in Newport News home
Thanks for the update on this case; interesting read.

The political banter is also quite funny no ...
4-1-2017 at 14:01
by: MrHomeScientist
I need a chemist teacher or trainer
Soon I'm going to be helping my girlfriend's brother learn chemistry, since he's being homeschooled. ...
4-1-2017 at 13:24
by: MrHomeScientist
I need a chemist teacher or trainer
It would also depend on what sort of chemist you want to be. Organic? Inorganic? Pharmaceuticals per ...
4-1-2017 at 12:46
by: MrHomeScientist
Sciencemadness Patches!
Also those posts were over a year old.

Suppose I can PM Zephyr then, thanks zts.
3-1-2017 at 12:04
by: MrHomeScientist
Wondering if i could pay someone for a fumehood?
I'm curious as to what specific regulation would prohibit this specific piece of equipment from bein ...
3-1-2017 at 11:25
by: MrHomeScientist
Sciencemadness Patches!
Are patches still available? What's the cost?
3-1-2017 at 11:10
by: MrHomeScientist
Wondering if i could pay someone for a fumehood?
[rquote=470542&tid=71447&author=violet sin]your already breaking rules/laws if you install s ...
3-1-2017 at 08:20
by: MrHomeScientist
Use of MnO2
Do you have a reference for Mn formation in aqueous solution? I'd be interested to read it.

If al ...
22-12-2016 at 13:56
by: MrHomeScientist
Pretty Pictures (2)
Wow! You can make some expensive salts with all that. I bought 10g of Eu(NO<sub>3</sub>;) ...
22-12-2016 at 11:01
by: MrHomeScientist
Use of MnO2
I don't believe you can get elemental manganese with aqueous chemistry; it's too active. I've made i ...
22-12-2016 at 08:08
by: MrHomeScientist
Electrolysis with NaHCO3
Rinse the blue precipitate thoroughly with distilled water to eliminate residual bicarbonate, then t ...
22-12-2016 at 07:46
by: MrHomeScientist
Electrolysis of water
To simplify the explanation, a baking soda solution using distilled water and using graphite electro ...
20-12-2016 at 10:51
by: MrHomeScientist
The Best Way to Reflux a Solid
When I did it, I used lamp oil. Mine was initially colored blue, but that dye was destroyed by heati ...
14-12-2016 at 07:49
by: MrHomeScientist
Sand baths
IUPAC says both are acceptable!

You could write a browser add-on that adds the extra 'i' to alumi ...
14-12-2016 at 07:22
by: MrHomeScientist
The Best Way to Reflux a Solid
Heating the condenser to just above the melting point seems like the way to go. Not sure how best to ...
14-12-2016 at 07:06
by: MrHomeScientist
Mad Scientist of the Year Award #4
Congratulations to all the winners! The trophies look really great.


Also I appreciate the one l ...
13-12-2016 at 13:43
by: MrHomeScientist
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