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Chemistry Supply store in GTA Ontario
Alchemy is the place I been buying from and they have a very solid warranty customer service!

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3-1-2017 at 13:24
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
[rquote=469595&tid=71237&author=unionised][rquote=469549&tid=71237&author=XeonTheMGP ...
21-12-2016 at 04:16
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
[rquote=469653&tid=71237&author=Fulmen]Interesting, but I don't think wetting is required fo ...
21-12-2016 at 04:14
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
[rquote=469647&tid=71237&author=unionised]Incidentally, it seems* that mercury does not wet ...
21-12-2016 at 04:02
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
[rquote=469520&tid=71237&author=yobbo II]
One problem with soldering or putting in mercury ...
19-12-2016 at 19:54
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
that is what I was attempting to say but seemed to have failed, mercury will coat the wire moving th ...
19-12-2016 at 19:38
by: XeonTheMGPony
trouble
Well in the states and even here in Canada the term lab = meth, sad and pathetic, we need to start c ...
19-12-2016 at 09:08
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
That was my point the one would produce NON it would behave as a short 0v, or at best will mess with ...
18-12-2016 at 12:43
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
No I am not wrong thermal couple piles (Hooked up in series) are well known VOLTAGE generators, they ...
18-12-2016 at 09:47
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
I will read correctly but there will be a larger lag time from reaction temp to reading due to the m ...
18-12-2016 at 09:05
by: XeonTheMGPony
Proper Use of Thermocouple
selection is very important as Thermal couples can be a degree or so off, better gear will be more a ...
17-12-2016 at 10:31
by: XeonTheMGPony
15% off Sale at Elemental Scientific!
You have quite the selection, wish I had the money to get some!
17-12-2016 at 04:07
by: XeonTheMGPony
Just got my first hotplate/stirrer what do u think?
if it was cheap and used a relay sounds like it welded tot he close position but mosfets can fail cl ...
16-12-2016 at 12:53
by: XeonTheMGPony
Using Diflouroethane instead of Nitrogen?
Only liquid diflouroethane (R-152a) flammable the gas burns very little takes effort, but yes very n ...
16-12-2016 at 09:06
by: XeonTheMGPony
Just got my first hotplate/stirrer what do u think?
well open it up and fix it, sounds like a fuse / wiring issue
16-12-2016 at 09:00
by: XeonTheMGPony
WHO you are our only hope
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcAkAyI985U

The above post made me think of this, people are so i ...
14-12-2016 at 09:24
by: XeonTheMGPony
laptop battery
the lithium forms an alloy with the grid, during charging the ions embed in the positive grid and di ...
12-12-2016 at 03:51
by: XeonTheMGPony
Creating vacuum in sealed vessel via condensation of vapors
look up : Organic Rankin cycle engine.
12-12-2016 at 03:48
by: XeonTheMGPony
Creating vacuum in sealed vessel via condensation of vapors
We covered this in another thread, lots of risks, poor resualts.

water in its liquid form and ste ...
11-12-2016 at 11:30
by: XeonTheMGPony
2 different buchner funnels. please help
I've don that, some stuff all ways makes it past the sides a bit, but got to make sure the cellulose ...
9-12-2016 at 02:44
by: XeonTheMGPony
Silver azide synthesis question?
In reference to the metal issue here is my solution for the issue.

for my caps I use a paper woun ...
8-12-2016 at 09:45
by: XeonTheMGPony
Water BP seems lower with copper salts
[rquote=468377&tid=71128&author=RogueRose]Wow, I thought the temp probe on the multi-meter w ...
7-12-2016 at 14:29
by: XeonTheMGPony
Short question / quick answer - Thread
Look up the ETN plasticizing thread
7-12-2016 at 09:20
by: XeonTheMGPony
2 different buchner funnels. please help
As others have said if you can not disolve it don't use it on a frit, use it on the cellulose filter ...
6-12-2016 at 18:15
by: XeonTheMGPony
Water BP seems lower with copper salts
IR probes are utter shit to measuring fluids, and same with the thermal couples on multi-meters, the ...
6-12-2016 at 04:29
by: XeonTheMGPony
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