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Ball Mill (3D printed parts)
You can even print the bearings if you are so inclined. I have used the design linked below (not my ...
19-5-2022 at 14:20
by: Plunkett
Can you grow crystals of iron through electrolysis as you can with tin?
I made small iron dendrites (2-3 mm) once by electrolyzing a mixture of iron oxalate and iron sulfat ...
18-4-2022 at 18:39
by: Plunkett
Synthetic sea salt
After looking at some of the other photos I took I believe it is Ulmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial ...
12-2-2022 at 10:12
by: Plunkett
Synthetic sea salt
I had digital access to the encyclopedia through my work, but I could not print or email myself page ...
12-2-2022 at 08:54
by: Plunkett
Synthetic sea salt
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[88] Central Research Institute, Japan Monopoly Corporation, Figures for Sa ...
11-2-2022 at 18:43
by: Plunkett
Synthetic sea salt
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11-2-2022 at 15:57
by: Plunkett
Synthetic sea salt
Here are some pages from a chemical engineering encyclopedia* on seawater processing which you may f ...
11-2-2022 at 15:55
by: Plunkett
Which formula do you use to correct boiling point depending on the atmospheric pressure
The Antoine equation which is a semi-empirical derivation of the Clausius-Clapeyron Equation lets yo ...
3-12-2021 at 18:07
by: Plunkett
Science Madness Mug
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I took the time to scale the 180x1** pixel ...
20-10-2021 at 18:05
by: Plunkett
I want to hear your favorite chemistry demonstrations
This demonstration is more material science than chemistry, but you take a length of music wire (hig ...
17-10-2021 at 14:53
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
That's great to hear. I did read that strontium aluminate hydrolyzes in water destroying its phosph ...
28-9-2021 at 10:28
by: Plunkett
What does your periodic table look like? (collection)
I have neon indicator lamps for neon. There are pea sized discharge lamps that can be had for a few ...
27-9-2021 at 06:59
by: Plunkett
test strips/device to detect phosgene
Have you looked at Dräger tubes? Dräger Tubes are glass vials filled with a chemical reagent that ...
22-9-2021 at 11:28
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
One last thought. If you use glycerin or another liquid with a refractive index similar to glass, y ...
15-9-2021 at 18:16
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
Glycerin may be a better option than silicone oil. It is denser than water (1.26 g/mL), about a tho ...
15-9-2021 at 07:35
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
Have you considered silicone oil? Silicone oil is less dense than water (~0.8 g/mL), but it can be ...
14-9-2021 at 17:38
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
This sounds a really cool project. Calcium bromide/chloride solutions can have densities up to 1.8 g ...
10-9-2021 at 11:08
by: Plunkett
Specific Retention Capacity and Efficiency of Common Activated Carbon Types?
This table from [i]Air Pollution Control: A Design Approach[/i] by C. Cooper has data for the sorpti ...
31-7-2021 at 17:19
by: Plunkett
formula for calculating amount of compressed gas
[rquote=608317&tid=147786&author=CharlieA]Doesn't it say in the original post that each gas ...
12-4-2019 at 06:43
by: Plunkett
Making the most dense solution possible - that doesn't react with Cu or Al
Why do you need the solution to not react with aluminum? Is there another metal you can use or coul ...
6-4-2019 at 06:58
by: Plunkett
Displaying elements collection in a non-standard way
I made a quick prototype with scraps to test some ideas that I had. It is a combination of the thir ...
30-3-2019 at 08:25
by: Plunkett
Displaying elements collection in a non-standard way
[b]Acrylic/Glass[/b]
I think acrylic and magnets is the way to go for the display you are describin ...
25-3-2019 at 18:08
by: Plunkett
Displaying elements collection in a non-standard way
Here are some things I learned from building my display that I think you may find useful to you as y ...
25-3-2019 at 18:04
by: Plunkett
How to concentrate azeotropic HNO3?
If you do not want to use sulfuric acid your best option is magnesium nitrate. It is a well recogni ...
6-3-2019 at 17:31
by: Plunkett
Do you think Tilt Switches are a viable way for the amateur chemist to obtain Mercury metal?
Mercury contactors, also known as mercury displacement relays, are a great source for larger small q ...
18-1-2019 at 13:51
by: Plunkett
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