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respirator for soldering fumes
Where did you get it from? I like electronics as well as science, but old machines like that are rea ...
21-11-2017 at 09:41
by: NEMO-Chemistry
respirator for soldering fumes
That has to be one the coolest projects!! Is this at your home or a museum or what? Utterly superb p ...
21-11-2017 at 05:26
by: NEMO-Chemistry
How much have you spent on your lab?
I dont know what I spent, i got some given to me, i have brought alot of bulk glassware, it soon add ...
20-11-2017 at 19:08
by: NEMO-Chemistry
respirator for soldering fumes
I understand the advice with flux and pcb boards, as i am sure you know yourself, the acid flux on a ...
20-11-2017 at 18:50
by: NEMO-Chemistry
People freaking out about chemicals on Amazon
[rquote=498055&tid=77004&author=NedsHead][rquote=494379&tid=77004&author=NEMO-Chemis ...
20-11-2017 at 08:22
by: NEMO-Chemistry
respirator for soldering fumes
[rquote=498031&tid=78358&author=sodium_stearate]OK....guys....let me explain this all just a ...
20-11-2017 at 07:48
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Bad days in the lab or with glassware?
[rquote=498017&tid=24908&author=CharlieA]I attempted to look at your write-ups, but both lin ...
19-11-2017 at 18:53
by: NEMO-Chemistry
respirator for soldering fumes
it might be overkill but maybe go with a Halogen rated respirator. You will get through the cartridg ...
19-11-2017 at 17:34
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Advice for a 15 year old interested in amateur chemistry?
[rquote=495774&tid=77841&author=NEMO-Chemistry]If you do aga's experiment, add into it a lit ...
19-11-2017 at 17:13
by: NEMO-Chemistry
respirator for soldering fumes
Get or make a soldering iron with a suction tube near the tip end, weller soldering irons typically ...
19-11-2017 at 16:44
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Extracting useful compounds from creosote - phenols, guaiacol, xylenol, etc
We have very high chimneys, its a very old large house, tall ceilings. I found the soot changes as y ...
18-11-2017 at 09:00
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Enzymes in UK biological washing powder
[rquote=497932&tid=78072&author=unionised]Does this help?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sub ...
18-11-2017 at 08:50
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Ion Exchange resin use in chemistry - making acids or salts
Search for water treatment and water membranes, stuff like that in the journal of chemical education ...
17-11-2017 at 18:19
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Extracting useful compounds from creosote - phenols, guaiacol, xylenol, etc
I thought about chimney soot... Dont do this, i can see some real potential horrors. We got two open ...
17-11-2017 at 18:11
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Enzymes in UK biological washing powder
Well after looking into this a fair bit, the best i could come up with was the following.

amylase ...
17-11-2017 at 13:40
by: NEMO-Chemistry
How small is a molecule of water?
I was going to mention Hydrogen, when you look at a water molecule like this, then you see why its r ...
17-11-2017 at 13:32
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Extracting useful compounds from creosote - phenols, guaiacol, xylenol, etc
Charcoal making in a steel drum gives alot of what you creosote. Maybe soot would leach something us ...
17-11-2017 at 13:29
by: NEMO-Chemistry
How hot old watch and clock?
Better yet i found a 1980's led watch, a red one lol. reading up on them the batteries died within w ...
17-11-2017 at 11:31
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Protein Assay of Glycine Max Grown in Martian Soil Analog and Earth Control
Why stop there, there is a number of planets said to be in the goldilocks zone.
17-11-2017 at 09:13
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Plant tissue and cell cultures (anyone experienced?)
I found i am using too high a concentration of osmotic fluid. I have accumulated alot of papers, i w ...
17-11-2017 at 08:33
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Plasmid vectors, E. coli, Bacterial transformation
If your in the Uk, then these will sell some things to private people. Only has the basics though

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17-11-2017 at 05:58
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Hybridization of Viral Vectors MV-x Strains
I am really enjoying it.....
17-11-2017 at 05:28
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Plant tissue and cell cultures (anyone experienced?)
Chicken embryo's might be an option ;). I couldnt do it to a pig.... just havnt got that killer inst ...
17-11-2017 at 04:51
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Plant tissue and cell cultures (anyone experienced?)
[rquote=497804&tid=77941&author=Vmedvil][rquote=497803&tid=77941&author=NEMO-Chemist ...
17-11-2017 at 04:23
by: NEMO-Chemistry
Plant tissue and cell cultures (anyone experienced?)
Ok off to try the coffee filter! Which is about the same as a number 4 glass frit isnt it?
17-11-2017 at 04:12
by: NEMO-Chemistry
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