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Still around, here and there, now and then.
I check in periodically to see how things are going. While I appreciate the interest and possible co ...
21-12-2004 at 12:57
by: PrimoPyro
Pulsejets, Homemade Cruise Missiles, Elementary Rocket Science, etc.


I searched for the f ...
28-11-2003 at 23:06
by: PrimoPyro
Not Necessarily Self Sustaining
Thanks for your input, vulture and BromicAcid.

No, actually it does not need to be self sustainin ...
25-11-2003 at 02:56
by: PrimoPyro
Endothermic Combustions
Does anyone know of any reagents that combust with oxygen endothermically, and result in low-mass ga ...
23-11-2003 at 20:30
by: PrimoPyro

EDIT: Y ...
8-11-2003 at 16:18
by: PrimoPyro
Open Posting of Sources
Hello. After reading a post by jubrail rquesting that the rules regarding posting of sources be chan ...
6-11-2003 at 13:10
by: PrimoPyro
WTF is your problem
This was not a flame. It was meant to be a joke that I figured certain persons here could appreciate ...
4-11-2003 at 10:06
by: PrimoPyro
Thanks for the cehap shot, Orgy
Love you too Orgy.

[quote]PP, do you still make acetaldehyde from ethylene glycol so easy by some ...
4-11-2003 at 10:00
by: PrimoPyro
I specified the nuances that I did because it was my assumption that the individual did not have any ...
3-11-2003 at 22:59
by: PrimoPyro
NaOH question
I specified todissolve as much as you can because Ihavent looked at it myself. Theres a chance that ...
3-11-2003 at 13:24
by: PrimoPyro
Well, How about this?
The main reason I don't think your idea will work is because methanol, when oxidized to formald ...
3-11-2003 at 13:05
by: PrimoPyro
Onepot = no
I don't think it can be done in a one pot,and you will have problemswith oxidation using KMnO4, ...
3-11-2003 at 12:23
by: PrimoPyro
All Good guesses!
Very smart guesses, they are all correct in fact.

NaOH is said to be hygroscopic, which means it ...
3-11-2003 at 10:58
by: PrimoPyro
% in what? H2O?
What are you looking for? The density of x solution of HNO3 in water? For water it's easy. Calc ...
3-11-2003 at 10:37
by: PrimoPyro
Even easier
If you actually want the NaClO3 as opposed to KClO3, or youdon't have KCl on hand, just add lot ...
3-11-2003 at 10:34
by: PrimoPyro
How did you find the Mad Science Discussion Board?
I found this place by invitation when I used to frequent the E&W often. I liked this place so mu ...
2-11-2003 at 21:13
by: PrimoPyro
$100 Says.....
......that the use is for a Wacker Oxidation of safrole, lol.
1-11-2003 at 20:18
by: PrimoPyro
Another Process

Found from h ...
1-11-2003 at 16:42
by: PrimoPyro
O2 Liberated
Na2O might not conpletely solvate in Molten Na, but I would bet that it's ionic structure is ex ...
1-11-2003 at 16:11
by: PrimoPyro
Not for the PbO
I don't think he's after the PbO as product; more like a reagent. PbO isn't too pres ...
1-11-2003 at 11:37
by: PrimoPyro
I Call Bullshit On You madscientist, lol!
[quote]I simply plead ignorance.[/quote]

Haha, bullshit, I dont believe that for a second. :p

31-10-2003 at 13:06
by: PrimoPyro
Just want lead?
If the means to the lead is not educational, i.e. you 'just want some damn lead' and don&# ...
31-10-2003 at 12:29
by: PrimoPyro
It does
All alkalai metals react with their hydroxides to liberate hydrogen.
31-10-2003 at 12:21
by: PrimoPyro
Dont mean to sound like an ass, but.....
You know, mny of these suppositions can be shooed away by a little literary searching. And linear eq ...
31-10-2003 at 12:06
by: PrimoPyro
Where I come from drawing chalk is pure CaSO4, not carbonate.

Pure 'chalk' as in chalk ...
31-10-2003 at 11:25
by: PrimoPyro
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