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CuCl2+CH3OH+DCM=blue flame?
Yes! The flame is exactly that blue!
12-7-2019 at 03:30
by: Science Nerd
CuCl2+CH3OH+DCM=blue flame?
The flame in the book is a really nice blue(like burning natural gas but brighter).
11-7-2019 at 23:39
by: Science Nerd
CuCl2+CH3OH+DCM=blue flame?
I'm not doing this (safety reasons and DCM is restricted),just asking.
The book says DCM turns the ...
11-7-2019 at 19:45
by: Science Nerd
CuCl2+CH3OH+DCM=blue flame?
Hi,I recently saw you could ignite a solution of copper chloride in methanol and DCM and get blue fl ...
11-7-2019 at 05:34
by: Science Nerd
Unexpected green crystals from a failed attempt on making ferric alum
Ok,I will test this with ferricyanide and ferrocyanide.
I want to make potassium ferrioxalate by m ...
8-7-2019 at 16:02
by: Science Nerd
Unexpected green crystals from a failed attempt on making ferric alum
Also, I don't have sulfuric acid.
Would this be pure enough for making potassium ferrioxalate?

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8-7-2019 at 02:12
by: Science Nerd
Unexpected green crystals from a failed attempt on making ferric alum
I got the ferric sulfate from a local chemical supplier, it's a light brownish yellow powder.
The ...
8-7-2019 at 02:07
by: Science Nerd
Unexpected green crystals from a failed attempt on making ferric alum
Also, the ferric sulfate didn't all dissolve, and the solution turned yellow green.
7-7-2019 at 21:03
by: Science Nerd
Unexpected green crystals from a failed attempt on making ferric alum
I tried making ferric alum by mixing ferric sulfate and ammonium sulfate, but got green crystals a ...
7-7-2019 at 21:01
by: Science Nerd

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