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Vacuum Oven vs Kiln for Molecular Sieve Drying
Since you mentioned using nitrogen gas, if you have a house supply of dry nitrogen (some labs have i ...
11-7-2019 at 08:37
by: WGTR
How to dissolve wood?
I’d suggest putting it in an oven and letting it dry out. If it swells in water, then without wat ...
1-7-2019 at 15:05
by: WGTR
Any way to prepare anhydrous ZnCl2 without using gaseous Cl2 or HCl?
I was wondering if heating with ammonium chloride would do the trick. Here is a document referencin ...
12-6-2019 at 15:48
by: WGTR
Reactive solvent for zinc galvanized coating
[rquote=614800&tid=150906&author=chloric1]I was considering neutralizing muriatic acid with ...
9-6-2019 at 14:18
by: WGTR
Tourist/sightseeing places related to chemistry
This looks like a fun place to visit:

https://www.environment.no/topics/the-cultural-heritage/wor ...
21-5-2019 at 14:59
by: WGTR
What to do with a bottle of 60% HF?
Are you aware of the special hazards that this material possesses? Burns are not immediately obviou ...
21-5-2019 at 01:56
by: WGTR
Sourcing metals
Some of the larger boating supply stores will sell some magnesium anodes. I got a small one from We ...
20-4-2019 at 10:04
by: WGTR
Unable to concentrate nitric acid to 68%
[rquote=609447&tid=147593&author=nimgoldman]
But this is problematic, since the dilute sulf ...
19-4-2019 at 10:17
by: WGTR
Sodium metal through ion glass migration
Sodium has a lower density in the liquid state, so I guess it depends how full the sealed vessel is. ...
17-4-2019 at 06:43
by: WGTR
Sodium metal through ion glass migration
The bulb that I cracked was actually damaged by a blob of molten sodium running down the tube to the ...
16-4-2019 at 18:27
by: WGTR
Sodium metal through ion glass migration
Yes, I have done this thing before. You need to use light bulbs that have a vacuum, as opposed to o ...
16-4-2019 at 06:43
by: WGTR
Lead electrolysis (To purify lead metal)
With a lead anode you can dissolve lead electrolytically in sulfamic acid, but it won't react with i ...
11-4-2019 at 12:18
by: WGTR
Lead electrolysis (To purify lead metal)
I figure to mention that soluble lead salts are extremely toxic and should not be poured down the dr ...
11-4-2019 at 10:00
by: WGTR
Unable to concentrate nitric acid to 68%
From the book, boiling down an approximately 35% solution of nitric acid down to half its volume sho ...
11-4-2019 at 07:40
by: WGTR
Unable to concentrate nitric acid to 68%
There is a book in the Sciencemadness library entitled the “Absorption of Nitrous Gases”. Page ...
11-4-2019 at 07:30
by: WGTR
Unable to concentrate nitric acid to 68%
Can't you get close to 68% nitric acid simply by boiling down the diluted acid? I think that once t ...
9-4-2019 at 14:23
by: WGTR
Is it possible to do free radical halogenation with normal lab supplies?
https://www.sciencemadness.org/talk/viewthread.php?tid=70963
5-4-2019 at 10:41
by: WGTR
So what the hell happened?
I recently made some copper nitrate with leftover nitric acid and copper wire. Our weather is too h ...
5-4-2019 at 08:09
by: WGTR
Questions about water electrolysis for H2 & O2 production - what electrolyte & plate material
You can polish some mild steel to a shine and use that for anode and cathode material. Sodium carbo ...
27-2-2019 at 17:25
by: WGTR
How to get lab experience
It happened organically for me (no pun intended). I’m a non-degreed individual who performs a mix ...
29-1-2019 at 03:51
by: WGTR
Tired of reporting spam
In the United States we don’t tax most basic unprepared foods, but we do tax things like sodas, pe ...
3-1-2019 at 07:34
by: WGTR
Ostwald style nitric production
[rquote=575432&tid=71282&author=Chemetix]
Would it join to borosilicate? If it did then put ...
3-1-2019 at 07:27
by: WGTR
Tired of reporting spam
On an unrelated side note Mr Rogers, how are things going with you and your neighborhood? It’s a ...
2-1-2019 at 17:08
by: WGTR
Ostwald reactor from platinized silica wool
This looks beautiful in its simplicity, yet effectiveness. A simply fan blowing on the output end ...
1-1-2019 at 06:55
by: WGTR
2,4,6-trinitrotoluene
This has to be some weird form of spam, or trolling. Carry on.
1-1-2019 at 06:47
by: WGTR
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