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The best way to physically destroy an hard disk
Yeah, I would advise against blowing up a hard drive. I don't know how good data recovery techniques ...
14-7-2014 at 17:27
by: Töilet Plünger
The best way to physically destroy an hard disk
Open the thing up and power up the hard drive. Then allow the read/write head to grind into the plat ...
12-7-2014 at 09:47
by: Töilet Plünger
Is there a general rule about stirring rate & reaction speed like there is for temperature?
I'm not sure how that would affect the kinetics of the reaction. Part of what you need is an increas ...
8-7-2014 at 22:57
by: Töilet Plünger
Tired of reporting spam
This is the most aggressive spammer I have ever seen.

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Thank you, Bert, for ...
8-7-2014 at 22:37
by: Töilet Plünger
Fun publishing's or knowledge's to know?
[url=http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2010/04/start/the-10-most-absurd-published-scientific-p ...
21-5-2014 at 08:30
by: Töilet Plünger
Gold Purification... Auric Compounds???
That's Courier New.

Nice work The Ionic Chemist! Are you asking about sodium aurate or sodium tet ...
21-5-2014 at 08:25
by: Töilet Plünger
Fire diamonds
I haven't found a good place to look up fire diamonds for all sorts of materials. I've found them fo ...
9-5-2014 at 13:28
by: Töilet Plünger
Oxidation state and Charges
I learned about "formal charges..." basically, every pair of electrons counts as -2 to the formal ch ...
9-5-2014 at 12:55
by: Töilet Plünger
The trouble with neodymium...
I still attempting reduction of a dehydrated neodymium salt in something like pyridine, if at all po ...
9-5-2014 at 12:42
by: Töilet Plünger
google science fair
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Don't use hazardous chemicals, ever.

How do we define a hazardous chemical? Easy. It ...
8-5-2014 at 12:12
by: Töilet Plünger
Pretty Pictures (2)
Nickel ion with dry ice.
8-5-2014 at 12:09
by: Töilet Plünger
Pretty Pictures (2)
Bromothymol blue indicator with dry ice.
8-5-2014 at 12:05
by: Töilet Plünger
google science fair
I tried signing up for our local science fair, but the research was never completed due to material ...
7-5-2014 at 12:54
by: Töilet Plünger
The trouble with neodymium...
Well, it has to be able to collect light at 1064 nanometers - that's one of the transitions visible. ...
6-5-2014 at 13:02
by: Töilet Plünger
The trouble with neodymium...
Does anyone have an IR camera? I'd like to confirm if neodymium salts fluoresce in the IR range. And ...
6-5-2014 at 12:50
by: Töilet Plünger
The Short Questions Thread (4)
[rquote=329718&tid=25055&author=Brain&Force]Anyone know any strontium/lithium or any oth ...
5-5-2014 at 13:14
by: Töilet Plünger
Obtaining rare earths from around the house
That, elementcollector1, was one of my wild guesses. :D

I read that the cerium(III) tetrakis(dibe ...
5-5-2014 at 13:11
by: Töilet Plünger
Reaction Of the Week Website
How about, just for fun, the combustion of methanol/trimethyl borate in a volumetric flask?
Complex ...
28-4-2014 at 12:14
by: Töilet Plünger
Obtaining rare earths from around the house
Holy expletive...

This may be the reason why NurdRage's glow powder may have had many dead flakes ...
28-4-2014 at 12:06
by: Töilet Plünger
Please disregard the screen name...
MrHomeScientist, read above - the thunder flask worked fine with copper chloride, but I couldn't hav ...
17-4-2014 at 12:52
by: Töilet Plünger
The π is a lie!
I forgot to include something: η (eta). τ = 4η

η appears to b ...
13-4-2014 at 21:55
by: Töilet Plünger
The π is a lie!
The rationale for tau is that it doesn't needlessly confuse children learning about circles. Other t ...
13-4-2014 at 19:00
by: Töilet Plünger
The π is a lie!
I wasn't sure where to post this, but I saw a few math-related things here, so I'll try my hand at t ...
13-4-2014 at 10:07
by: Töilet Plünger
Tired of reporting spam
Why not have a separate group, for those with <10 posts, with a name like "Potential Spambot?" Th ...
11-4-2014 at 09:20
by: Töilet Plünger
Why is lutetium in the f-block and lanthanum in the d-block?
Most newer periodic tables don't have this odd layout, and instead place lutetium in the d-block and ...
8-4-2014 at 09:28
by: Töilet Plünger
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