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High temperature stir bar.
I would probably take my chances and go with something like this on aliexpress:

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12-4-2024 at 06:33
by: Precipitates
Kicks when boiling solutions
I second (or third?) that. Part of the reason my PYREX jugs don't really bump is probably because th ...
12-4-2024 at 06:10
by: Precipitates
Kicks when boiling solutions
Yeah that is really confusing! A big difference in quality depending on whether its pyrex or PYREX.
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10-4-2024 at 18:56
by: Precipitates
Kicks when boiling solutions
Pretty bad if pyrex isn't borosilicate as advertised everywhere as this.

I've heated solutions i ...
10-4-2024 at 18:25
by: Precipitates
Third Party Labs for Hire (Need Reality Check)
Definitely, at low concentrations you're totally fine:

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My results from a ...
3-4-2024 at 19:29
by: Precipitates
Salt substitute
Haha yeah sometimes the less said about experiments the better!

"No, the salt just tastes extra ...
2-4-2024 at 18:09
by: Precipitates
Chemiolis's YouTube channel

Thanks! Will have to try that - been looking for an objective way to test my glassware (without ju ...
28-3-2024 at 18:36
by: Precipitates
Chemiolis's YouTube channel
Chemicals first, glassware second :D

Although some of his reagents are quite expensive e.g., [url ...
28-3-2024 at 18:10
by: Precipitates
Chemiolis's YouTube channel
For me it's the ease with which he does these procedures.

I do find Explosions&Fire a bit mo ...
27-3-2024 at 18:23
by: Precipitates
Pretty Pictures (2)
Saucepan hydrogen explosion (from a chunk of sodium in water) and concentrated nitric acid drops on ...
27-3-2024 at 00:06
by: Precipitates
Concentrating storebought 15% muriatic acid
Yes! Just heat it to 300°C or so... :D

CaCl2 will loose the last water molecule at 260°C.

h ...
21-3-2024 at 17:45
by: Precipitates
Calcium Silicate from concrete rubble?
[rquote=691769&tid=160214&author=nikotyna1939]at what temperature do i need for preparing ca ...
19-3-2024 at 23:26
by: Precipitates
Calcium Silicate from concrete rubble?
If you have some caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) drain cleaner lying around, the following is a viab ...
19-3-2024 at 23:11
by: Precipitates
Calcium Silicate from concrete rubble?
The less said about them, the better.
17-3-2024 at 22:48
by: Precipitates
Oxide layer on Copper
[rquote=691634&tid=160224&author=woelen]
@Precipitates: Are you sure that the powder you ge ...
16-3-2024 at 01:59
by: Precipitates
Oxide layer on Copper
Was the copper dried thoroughly after washing?

I've found wet fine copper powder (produced from ...
14-3-2024 at 18:10
by: Precipitates
Recrystallization and stirring
Or a crystal of salt in this case! Sorry couldn't help myself!! :D
13-3-2024 at 18:58
by: Precipitates
Calcium Silicate from concrete rubble?
[rquote=691523&tid=160214&author=nikotyna1939]What if I dissolve concrete rubble to get Calc ...
12-3-2024 at 20:01
by: Precipitates
How hazardous is fluorine chemistry?
[rquote=690925&tid=160167&author=Sulaiman]Side note... just checked online shopping here,
1 ...
19-2-2024 at 20:08
by: Precipitates
Manganese cleanup and purplish smokes
[rquote=690525&tid=160140&author=j_sum1] IMO, hydrogen peroxide is easy to underestimate - f ...
30-1-2024 at 07:04
by: Precipitates
Manganese cleanup and purplish smokes
I recently did some experiments with manganese heptoxide - reactions of alcohol and cotton balls - s ...
29-1-2024 at 23:34
by: Precipitates
Ammonium Nitrate from Calcium Ammonium Nitrate

More detail on the solubility of ammonium nitrate in acetone, and a research paper with a solubili ...
19-1-2024 at 00:06
by: Precipitates
Ammonium Nitrate from Calcium Ammonium Nitrate
1. Reduced yield and "messy" reactions - but depending on your objective might not affect the end pr ...
18-1-2024 at 23:43
by: Precipitates
Urea + potassium chlorate as an explosive.
Looks like just a 1:1 mix of potassium chlorate and urea

A compound (mixture) of the two chemica ...
20-12-2023 at 18:06
by: Precipitates
Urea + potassium chlorate as an explosive.
Urea + potassium chlorate

Orchard chemicals explosion kills 3 workers:
https://www.bangkokpost. ...
14-12-2023 at 23:45
by: Precipitates

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