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Chemistry-related photography
it`s worth a mention, that in the DOF section (Depth Of Field) that using a smaller aperture will al ...
18-4-2009 at 07:48
by: YT2095
Calcium Carbide CaC2 - Acquisition, Uses and Synthesis
I must be really boring.
I only use mine for its intended purpose, and although I understand the Ch ...
31-8-2008 at 04:10
by: YT2095
MSDS bloopers?
just a guess, but since quite a few solders have a resin core, is it possible that turpentine may ac ...
11-8-2008 at 22:56
by: YT2095
Inner electrons *might* interact
[quote][i]Originally posted by franklyn[/i]
Quote _
Fully insulated bath uses cooling mixtures to ...
6-8-2008 at 01:15
by: YT2095
Sci Madness Partnership & Free Online Virtual Lab!
I`m inclined to agree with above, also, isn`t it customary to wait for a favorable response BEFORE m ...
5-8-2008 at 02:17
by: YT2095
What reagent would you like to see an illustrated guide for?
personally I would love to seea Diphenyl Oxalate synth using Phenol and oxalic acid as precursors.
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29-7-2008 at 01:11
by: YT2095
Thunderstorm experiments
you could build a simple VLF radio, I have a few here that I use daily to monitor storm activity, on ...
28-7-2008 at 00:26
by: YT2095
GBL: 600 raids in Germany, Austria, Switzerland
although I agree with Len that there is much Fun and learning to be had from making your own reagent ...
18-7-2008 at 02:22
by: YT2095
My world has been rocked: magnetic rocks!
it`s possibly Marble, it comes in Many colors and is popular for kitchen counter tops and bathroom s ...
18-7-2008 at 01:09
by: YT2095
'Crystals' of tin (with pictures)
no, absolutely not.

it is indeed pure Sn metal crystals, after I had electrolytically extracted a ...
14-7-2008 at 00:00
by: YT2095
Need images for new home chemistry book
Fantastic! way to go RBT! ;)
13-7-2008 at 23:54
by: YT2095
Copper Sulphate: impurity, decomposition?
there`s nothing wrong with buying off eBay, I bought 2250g of quick dissolve copper sulphate off the ...
10-7-2008 at 01:23
by: YT2095
Crystal Growing
wow, those are Beautiful specimens, Well Done! ;)

whilst on the subject of crystals, has anyone e ...
10-7-2008 at 00:43
by: YT2095
Carbon + H2O2?
it was based upon the idea that Carbon CAN react as I said in my post, that I figured it important t ...
8-7-2008 at 03:08
by: YT2095
Oxygenic acid?
Thank you!

it would seem that an apparently Simple question leads to quite a deep rabbit hole! ;)
8-7-2008 at 03:02
by: YT2095
Oxygenic acid?
so if I understand this correctly it "Borrows" electrons that are fixed in one orbital geometry and ...
8-7-2008 at 00:43
by: YT2095
Carbon + H2O2?
since it didn`t combust as H2O2 can do above a certain percentage, then the carbon just acted as a c ...
8-7-2008 at 00:14
by: YT2095
Oxygenic acid?
but sulpher doesn`t have a D shell does it?

it`s (Ne)3S23P5
7-7-2008 at 03:52
by: YT2095
Oxygenic acid?
why isn`t there an Oxygenic acid?

it`s group 6, same as S, Se and Te...
and they all follow the ...
7-7-2008 at 01:48
by: YT2095
Best and worst smelling chemicals?
"Sodium azide and hydrazoic acid (HN3, which is formed from NaN3 in water) are known to produce hypo ...
6-7-2008 at 00:54
by: YT2095
red CaBr2 ???
aha, Thank You ;)

I think I may try and isolate this as it is rather than decompose it, I have a ...
3-7-2008 at 02:47
by: YT2095
red CaBr2 ???
I`v encountered a very strange thing whilst exerimenting to make Calcium Bromide in a slow controlle ...
3-7-2008 at 00:23
by: YT2095
Sal Ammoniac?
I`m kinda hands up guilty in some respects that I sometimes call it by the old name myself, and many ...
30-6-2008 at 10:45
by: YT2095
RED P question
[quote][i]Originally posted by PyroRA[/i]

He says that red P auto ignites when it comes in contac ...
29-6-2008 at 03:01
by: YT2095
Best and worst smelling chemicals?
chlorinated phenol is really awful too, a single drop of it in test tube on the other side of the la ...
29-6-2008 at 00:57
by: YT2095
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