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nitrate from cyanide?
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28-3-2020 at 14:35
by: WGTR
Success: Pressure from pirani gauge: Inficon PSG500
I’ve put a lot of thought into it, but haven’t done any more actual work on the reactor since I ...
26-3-2020 at 21:49
by: WGTR
Success: Pressure from pirani gauge: Inficon PSG500
The gauge should just be a wire, sealed inside of a tube. Isopropyl alcohol is fine for it. Genera ...
26-3-2020 at 13:57
by: WGTR
Success: Pressure from pirani gauge: Inficon PSG500
Thank you for posting this. It's always useful to have this type of information to refer to. It's ...
26-3-2020 at 10:21
by: WGTR
DIY C-virus masks. No politics, science only so we don't lose the thread again
I am not an expert on this topic, and my knowledge of biology is very limited. However, if copper m ...
23-3-2020 at 10:21
by: WGTR
Less than 1 troy ounce platinum
If you are looking for very small amounts for catalysis, you can readily buy 1 grain of platinum on ...
23-3-2020 at 06:48
by: WGTR
Platinum Bar Availability
Considering that platinum is very useful in chemistry, I was interested to see the latest fluctuatio ...
18-3-2020 at 06:24
by: WGTR
Waiting for acceptance...
I think you'll have some fun with it. Most of the students there will be young enough to be your ow ...
19-2-2020 at 19:41
by: WGTR
Oxidation of phosphine to phosphorus
It seems like the topic of phosphorus is rather popular lately, and it's also been a while since I'v ...
5-2-2020 at 20:05
by: WGTR
seperation of cobalt and copper
[rquote=629981&tid=154730&author=Armus_]just neutralize the chloride solutions to around a p ...
25-1-2020 at 16:17
by: WGTR
seperation of cobalt and copper
Cobalt and nickel tend to react similarly in chemical reactions, and I have found that nickel and co ...
15-1-2020 at 08:38
by: WGTR
Chemistry techniques to improve cooking skills
Measure your dry cooking ingredients by weight instead of by volume. That’s a lab practice that i ...
23-12-2019 at 10:48
by: WGTR
Need Lab Space Advice - Power at current place can't support all of my equipment
To address power quality issues you could use a constant voltage transformer:

https://www.alliede ...
17-12-2019 at 22:29
by: WGTR
Is electrolysing brine a viable method of HCL production?
I have made a tiny amount of hydrochloric acid via electrolysis, if anyone is interested. The elect ...
13-12-2019 at 08:56
by: WGTR
Magpie has died
Aww, heck. Sorry to hear that. I always enjoyed his posts and keen insight.
12-12-2019 at 15:23
by: WGTR
questions on platinized asbestos
If the alcohol reservoir is kept at 40C, then everything between there and the catalyst should be ke ...
17-11-2019 at 14:16
by: WGTR
REJOICE? Texas' strict glassware regulations seem to have been loosened recently?
Wow! Thanks for posting that. This is like Christmas in November. The problem that I always had w ...
6-11-2019 at 16:53
by: WGTR
Calcium electrolysis with alternative salts
Have fun:

http://www.crct.polymtl.ca/fact/documentation/FTsalt/FTsalt_Figs.htm
2-11-2019 at 04:51
by: WGTR
Melted NaOH flowing/climbing up side of crucible & down outside
What if you insert bare copper wire instead? Does it still do this?

I use a normal electric melt ...
31-10-2019 at 07:07
by: WGTR
recharging dehumidifier r410a//r134a//propane
You've got a problem that needs to be fixed before the unit will work again. These types of systems ...
23-10-2019 at 10:07
by: WGTR
Making ultramarine
Sodium carbonate and sodium sulfate melt around 800-900C.

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http://www.crct. ...
13-10-2019 at 19:57
by: WGTR
Who else is a chemistry major with a perilous future
Kudos on avoiding student loans. You didn't fall for the sales pitch. Lots of otherwise smart peop ...
5-10-2019 at 08:02
by: WGTR
Sodium silicate and boric oxide together.good idea or not?
[rquote=623953&tid=154120&author=unionised]Unless you make a graded joint, it's still going ...
3-10-2019 at 14:12
by: WGTR
Sodium silicate and boric oxide together.good idea or not?
Is there an actual need for having two dissimilar glass pieces and joining them together? A regular ...
2-10-2019 at 17:17
by: WGTR
Missing persons
Country living is a good tradeoff for poor internet. I had the same situation, with only 1Mbps DSL ...
30-9-2019 at 09:37
by: WGTR
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