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Identify an alloy
[rquote=316073&tid=28556&author=forgottenpassword]What would be better?[/rquote]

There's ...
21-1-2014 at 06:56
by: Vargouille
Identify an alloy
[rquote=315974&tid=28556&author=DraconicAcid]Even a rough density measurement will help narr ...
20-1-2014 at 10:03
by: Vargouille
Identify an alloy
[rquote=315958&tid=28556&author=forgottenpassword]Calculate the density. No chemical tests a ...
19-1-2014 at 09:46
by: Vargouille
Little things that surprised you in chemistry
The lacrimatory strength of iodoacetone. For future reference, acetone is a poor substitute for malo ...
13-1-2014 at 06:01
by: Vargouille
Pronouncing Chemistry Vocab
I remember I used to pronounce "homogeneous" as "homogenous" because of the word "homogenized". Ther ...
8-1-2014 at 06:53
by: Vargouille
Pattinson's paint help!
Remove half the chlorine? How do you expect to do that with CaO?
11-10-2013 at 19:55
by: Vargouille
Question based electrochemistry - electromotive force....
[rquote=296517&tid=25696&author=sankalpmittal]I read the "preface" regarding the book and I ...
22-8-2013 at 07:36
by: Vargouille
Question based electrochemistry - electromotive force....
1.5 times your answer isn't that big of a deal when you're dealing with rounding errors and your ans ...
20-8-2013 at 10:42
by: Vargouille
Question based electrochemistry - electromotive force....
That's the right answer. Indeed n=2 moles of electrons. The thing is that the Nernst equation uses t ...
20-8-2013 at 07:59
by: Vargouille
Question based electrochemistry - electromotive force....
To respond to your first point, I know. My point about the multiple species isn't important, since i ...
19-8-2013 at 16:26
by: Vargouille
Question based electrochemistry - electromotive force....
I may have been incorrect, actually. I think I know how they want you to get the answer, and it invo ...
19-8-2013 at 04:14
by: Vargouille
Question based electrochemistry - electromotive force....
It's kinda a trick question, but not in the way that you think, Artemus. When metallic iron is mixed ...
18-8-2013 at 16:37
by: Vargouille
The Short Questions Thread (4)
[rquote=293878&tid=25055&author=papaya]Why it is prohibited to extinguish a man on fire with ...
29-7-2013 at 07:17
by: Vargouille
Colorful copper compounds I've made so far
I've tried to make the copper tetrahydroxyborate (Cu[B(OH)4]2) complex between boric acid and copper ...
20-7-2013 at 17:09
by: Vargouille
Make Potassium (from versuchschemie.de)
I daresay you mean "t-pentanol". 1-pentanol would be a primary alcohol.
18-7-2013 at 13:09
by: Vargouille
Where do I start?
CuSO4 is a good starting point for making various copper salts. It's what I use, personally, for man ...
15-7-2013 at 12:55
by: Vargouille
Where do I start?
Well, it really depends on what you have, but I'm quite fond of copper salts and complexes. There's ...
15-7-2013 at 04:57
by: Vargouille
Obtaining beginning glassware?
I've gotta give some love to [url=http://www.alchemylabsupply.com/]Alchemy Lab Supply[/url]. They're ...
15-7-2013 at 04:45
by: Vargouille
Why did you get into Chemistry?
Back when I was in middle school (which seems like ages ago), I had a friend who was in high school. ...
12-7-2013 at 18:47
by: Vargouille
Modafinil (smart drug) synthesis
That's fixed some of it, but the way you blocked out your high school means that it's relatively sim ...
2-7-2013 at 16:58
by: Vargouille
Modafinil (smart drug) synthesis
It's confidential for a reason, mate. I would black out your name and high school at the very least. ...
2-7-2013 at 05:05
by: Vargouille
Identifying an unknown
How did you preform your tests? You should suspend your compound in water, filter, and then preform ...
5-6-2013 at 06:16
by: Vargouille
Soda and Illegal Drugs Cause Similar Damage to Teeth: Acids Erode Enamel
[rquote=286786&tid=24435&author=crazyboy]The hydrochloride salt of methamphetamine is not ac ...
5-6-2013 at 06:04
by: Vargouille
Identifying an unknown
Can you test the pH of a pure solution of the unknown? The only pH test I think you did was in regar ...
3-6-2013 at 07:06
by: Vargouille
Identifying an unknown
Remember your flame test results: lead is reported to give a blue/white flame. You can try to reduce ...
2-6-2013 at 13:48
by: Vargouille
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