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lithium and what to do with it
Are you guys sure about the reaction between NaOH and Mg? The equation used to "prove" the thermodyn ...
18-12-2010 at 13:14
by: Nerro
What can oxidize ammonia?
Cr<sub>2</sub>O<sub>3</sub> will oxidize ammonia in air if you heat it to gl ...
6-2-2009 at 14:57
by: Nerro
Sodium Thiosulfate Melting
Weigh it, do the math and add the correct amount of water.
4-2-2009 at 15:19
by: Nerro
Dutch hobby chemist forum
Nou ik ben benieuwd ;)
28-1-2009 at 01:14
by: Nerro
DNS trouble with website
Since yesterday, ~24 hrs?
26-1-2009 at 11:29
by: Nerro
NAOH OTC
That's pretty steep for freakin drain cleaner...

Why does this thread exist?
11-1-2009 at 16:24
by: Nerro
Yet even more copper chemistry...
Are you sure the ligand complexes via the N rather than S? Are polymers formed?
5-1-2009 at 01:38
by: Nerro
A new demethylation reagent pair: AlCl3/Thiourea
Wouldn't the aldehydde be activated by the AlCl3? It would seem like an entirely possible route to l ...
22-12-2008 at 03:30
by: Nerro
Chemisrty, What defines It?
the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances ...
15-12-2008 at 18:11
by: Nerro
A project everyone can pitch in on! Writing the book on chemistry.
I'll pitch in, give me the word on what you need and I'll get on it.
7-12-2008 at 06:35
by: Nerro
Precipitated copper powder
An experiment I did years go involved dissolving Mg shavings in ascorbic acid. The resulting substan ...
30-11-2008 at 05:43
by: Nerro
Unconventional Shaped Charges
What would be the result of using a really light, really hard metal like Ti or a really heavy, reall ...
28-11-2008 at 16:52
by: Nerro
TLC monitoring progress of STAB reductive am
What's a STAB reduction? Google was useless, only gave me info on how not to get stabbed...
21-11-2008 at 02:49
by: Nerro
Imidazole Experiment?
If you couple two sidechains to the N atoms you can deprotonate the C between the N's to form a stab ...
19-11-2008 at 16:09
by: Nerro
silver
No, for reducing Ag<sup>+</sup> to Ag.
16-11-2008 at 18:17
by: Nerro
silver
Otherwise ascorbic acid should also work out pretty well.
16-11-2008 at 14:37
by: Nerro
Thoughts On Anodes
As for the bent electrodes, could it be possible that some metals become softer if electrons are stu ...
16-11-2008 at 07:34
by: Nerro
How do I make a sodium hydroxide solution from caustic soda?
To be honest when I'm in a lab I usually just dump the pellets in water and let it stir for a while. ...
9-11-2008 at 13:07
by: Nerro
How do I make a sodium hydroxide solution from caustic soda?
pH 14 = pOH 0 which means you need 1M NaOH in water. -log(1) = 0, conversely 10<sup>-0</sup ...
8-11-2008 at 14:46
by: Nerro
Egg whites + NaOH ?!?!
The NaOH will create a strongly alkaline environment which will hydrolyse the protein in the egg whi ...
31-10-2008 at 07:28
by: Nerro
understanding the math
It is necessary to make your chemical as pure as you can get it. Then use the amount they specify in ...
20-10-2008 at 08:29
by: Nerro
Synthesis of Phenylmagnesium bromide
Grignards crap out in water but the risk can be overstated.

I dry my glassware using a hair drye ...
11-10-2008 at 02:43
by: Nerro
Iron Cell - reaction question
The H<sub>2</sub>S comes from the presence of sulfides. Sulfides are formed when sulfate ...
8-10-2008 at 00:44
by: Nerro
what did Ln stand for?
Lanthanum?
6-10-2008 at 12:30
by: Nerro
NaOH turns yellow!?
in K<sub>2</sub>O something similar seems to happen, it that case I vaguely remember it ...
16-9-2008 at 01:26
by: Nerro
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