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What some interesting dangerous chemicals?
[rquote=309523&tid=27578&author=kristofvagyok]I only worked with isocyanoacetic acid ethyl e ...
29-1-2017 at 15:50
by: Theoretic
Best and worst smelling chemicals?
As for ammonia, its (concentrated) smell didn't seem very special, but its chemical impression on th ...
26-1-2017 at 12:28
by: Theoretic
Best and worst smelling chemicals?
[rquote=472516&tid=1216&author=tsathoggua1]If you've ever taken a walk in the woods, and the ...
24-1-2017 at 20:57
by: Theoretic
Azides
[rquote=471823&tid=1987&author=PHILOU Zrealone]
If OH(-) eliminates nitrite from isopropyl ...
16-1-2017 at 14:06
by: Theoretic
Azides
Philou: could this be oxidation of isopropyl nitrite, rather than isopropanol? Hydroxide E2 eliminat ...
12-1-2017 at 15:35
by: Theoretic
Azides
[u]Chloramine reacts with hydrazine and destroys it.[/u] Did you even read my post.
"1866-Griess -A ...
12-1-2017 at 07:24
by: Theoretic
DDNP & related compounds: The über thread!
Wow great job Philou! That must have taken a lot of patience. (Although, one can get rid of many of ...
11-1-2017 at 18:19
by: Theoretic
Azides
[rquote=471475&tid=1987&author=Thraxx][b]Method of Tanatar[/b] /Ber.32,S .1409/-hydrazin hyd ...
11-1-2017 at 13:51
by: Theoretic
Azides
Diazonium cyanides aren't diazonium salts, they have the terminal N bonded to a carbon, and covalent ...
30-12-2016 at 18:33
by: Theoretic
Azides
[rquote=470404&tid=1987&author=PHILOU Zrealone]
A) Diazonium cyanide for example has no sal ...
30-12-2016 at 11:28
by: Theoretic
Exotic thermites & analogs
[rquote=449737&tid=10249&author=glymes]I thought that a less reactive oxide and a more react ...
30-12-2016 at 08:58
by: Theoretic
Azides
Diazonium salts are less likely to be the answer, as they are very unstable things and most decompos ...
30-12-2016 at 06:52
by: Theoretic
Most extreme compounds known to man
[rquote=447049&tid=18274&author=phlogiston]The "blackest black", ie the least reflective mat ...
28-4-2016 at 22:39
by: Theoretic
Most extreme compounds known to man
[rquote=446948&tid=18274&author=crystal grower][rquote=446924&tid=18274&author=Theor ...
27-4-2016 at 21:23
by: Theoretic
Most extreme compounds known to man
[rquote=446452&tid=18274&author=crystal grower]
Actually, the most abundant mineral on the ...
27-4-2016 at 07:34
by: Theoretic
Most extreme compounds known to man
HIGHEST HEAT CONDUCTIVITY:

Not copper of course (400 W/(meter*Kelvin) at rt)

99.9% C-12 isotop ...
23-4-2016 at 05:57
by: Theoretic
ß-voltaic battery
Steam: 'betavoltaics' must be the beta particles making energy by *directly* interacting with the ph ...
22-4-2016 at 22:49
by: Theoretic
Selenium, phosphorous & arsenic mustards?
[rquote=446037&tid=10718&author=Morgan]
I came across this (inacurate?) article yesterday a ...
22-4-2016 at 05:22
by: Theoretic
ß-voltaic battery
[rquote=443527&tid=65710&author=Sulaiman]If you think that normal amateur chemistry has lega ...
22-4-2016 at 05:01
by: Theoretic
What are half-lives in MeV and unknown ones? Are they short?
[rquote=446213&tid=66010&author=radioboy]I also realized that electron capture (not beta+) i ...
21-4-2016 at 04:35
by: Theoretic
Are the Coulomb's barriers for all Hydrogen isotopes the same?
[rquote=446211&tid=66005&author=radioboy]Another weird thing I found is that B10 has thermal ...
21-4-2016 at 04:14
by: Theoretic
Radio active stuff in fuel oil
Deuterium is pretty cheap, if you add tracer levels of it, and seems the most practical/undetectable ...
21-4-2016 at 02:16
by: Theoretic
Are the Coulomb's barriers for all Hydrogen isotopes the same?
[rquote=446059&tid=66005&author=radioboy]Also for He4+He4 it shows negative barrier! Error o ...
21-4-2016 at 00:24
by: Theoretic
What are half-lives in MeV and unknown ones? Are they short?
[rquote=446178&tid=66010&author=radioboy]
But maybe when they say that half-life is indepen ...
20-4-2016 at 23:43
by: Theoretic
Mescaline by aminoethylation of pyrogallol
Yes, in an ionizing solvent the chloride can compete, because it has a full negative charge and this ...
22-3-2016 at 15:56
by: Theoretic
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