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For those distilling at home, how do you feed water into your condenser?
[rquote=645977&tid=156259&author=draculic acid69]Here's a question; how many of us have thou ...
16-10-2020 at 14:43
by: beta4
For those distilling at home, how do you feed water into your condenser?
At the beginning I thought I'd do way more electrolysis than I actually did, so I bought a cheap 12V ...
16-10-2020 at 14:24
by: beta4
Preparation of chlorobenzene from sodium dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC)
The reaction was chosen mostly based on what reagents I already had available and ease of synthesis ...
16-10-2020 at 14:05
by: beta4
Doing the math with Ammonium Hydroxide
Yes, it's important to also be able to do the computation yourself, but you still have to look up th ...
4-10-2020 at 03:50
by: beta4
Bad days in the lab or with glassware?
Yesterday I dropped the stirbar in the sink while washing a flask.
4-10-2020 at 00:52
by: beta4
Doing the math with Ammonium Hydroxide
Tsjerk's solution is correct, but for the lazy there are also tables that map weight percent to mola ...
4-10-2020 at 00:49
by: beta4
Preparation of chlorobenzene from sodium dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC)
This synthesis is based on a previous sciencemadness thread which discussed a preparation of chlorob ...
20-9-2020 at 11:05
by: beta4
Caution: Making bromine from TCCA and ammonium bromide does not work
[rquote=643913&tid=156107&author=UC235]https://woelen.homescience.net/science/chem/exps/raw_ ...
30-8-2020 at 06:37
by: beta4
Caution: Making bromine from TCCA and ammonium bromide does not work
When I bought NaDCC I did a little search to assess its safety, and found the MSDS listing "nitrogen ...
30-8-2020 at 04:57
by: beta4
Fume Hood Construction
[rquote=643879&tid=67117&author=CouchHatter]How many CFM or RPM is your exhaust blower? My b ...
30-8-2020 at 01:01
by: beta4
Fume Hood Construction
I started working last year with the idea of building a fume hood.
So far I drilled a hole in the w ...
29-8-2020 at 15:19
by: beta4
Separating flammable chemicals
[rquote=643204&tid=156033&author=CouchHatter]After finding this very nice pdf from Tennessee ...
29-8-2020 at 14:53
by: beta4
Evaporating bleach - what would come out?
[rquote=634772&tid=155249&author=Draeger]
Ah. Thank you. Short side question: does boiling ...
29-8-2020 at 14:43
by: beta4
Separating flammable chemicals
Thanks for the replies.

@Prepic hydrochloric acid is stored among other acids in the general reag ...
16-8-2020 at 02:53
by: beta4
Separating flammable chemicals
I recently bought a small cabinet to store flammable chemicals separately from all my other reagents ...
16-8-2020 at 00:35
by: beta4
Report on making Copper iodide
I tried making copper iodide using the method described in this topic and using it to make a fluores ...
26-5-2020 at 14:50
by: beta4
Unexpected third layer while making pyridine
I'll add some notes here even though it's been a few months since my last post.

I thought that to ...
26-5-2020 at 14:40
by: beta4
Unexpected third layer while making pyridine
I've calibrated my thermometer in boiling water. It reads between 93 and 94°C, and this brings my p ...
8-1-2020 at 16:02
by: beta4
Unexpected third layer while making pyridine
The middle layer turned out to be pyridine, indeed. I put it back in the distillation apparatus with ...
31-12-2019 at 10:36
by: beta4
Unexpected third layer while making pyridine
Hi,
I'm trying to make some pyridine from niacin, using basic copper carbonate as catalyst. However ...
31-12-2019 at 07:02
by: beta4
How would you continue a chemistry hobby, if you had to move into an unsuitable living space?
A good question indeed.

I've been into home chemistry for just a couple of years and keep finding ...
25-12-2019 at 11:00
by: beta4
Do u guys make glacial acetic acid from 5% vinegar?
A few years ago, I tried making a few copper salts just for fun, and wanting to make copper acetate ...
29-11-2019 at 12:21
by: beta4
How strict are you about using distilled water vs nondistilled/faucet water in your reactions?
[rquote=627042&tid=154458&author=G-Coupled]Shouldn't be too difficult to remove hard water s ...
29-11-2019 at 11:48
by: beta4
How strict are you about using distilled water vs nondistilled/faucet water in your reactions?
After some experiments a while ago, I've settled to using deionized water from supermarkets both for ...
28-11-2019 at 13:28
by: beta4
Help getting into organic chemistry
Not long ago I found this website with freely downloadable chemistry books:

https://chem.libretex ...
22-5-2019 at 13:48
by: beta4
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