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Marsh Test
Just pass H2 over the experiment in a closed experimental system and burn the resulting gas on a wat ...
4-4-2016 at 06:17
by: bismuthate
Bismuth oxide reduction
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Bismuth is amphoteric: chances are there wil ...
1-2-2016 at 06:13
by: bismuthate
NO2 leak
To me it resembles the mixed nitrogen oxides that are released when HNO3 reacts with metals. Luckily ...
24-12-2015 at 07:14
by: bismuthate
DemonsHeadshot's thread of many questions
You may want to look of the MSDS of whatever paint you have.
22-12-2015 at 12:17
by: bismuthate
Lithium hydride
I don't think that diborane would be the biggest problem in a balloon as it will react with the wate ...
19-12-2015 at 10:55
by: bismuthate
Lithium hydride
Do you think that LiBH4 would work? It releases more H2 by weight than LiH and you could buy NaBH4 w ...
19-12-2015 at 07:06
by: bismuthate
iodine clock reaction - recovering the iodide/iodate
The easiest way that I can think of is to mix it with enough HCl and H2O2 to convert all of the iodi ...
17-12-2015 at 20:41
by: bismuthate
Chem Demo: Powders Becoming Liquids
A solid acid + solid base (not to stong or it could be dangerous) might work like Mg(OH)2+2NaHSO4=Na ...
7-9-2015 at 05:12
by: bismuthate
about copper(ii) azide
I do think that it is quite possible that copper would form a [Cu(N3)4]2- ion under the right condit ...
18-8-2015 at 07:39
by: bismuthate
A.N. or Urea?
http://www.sciencemadness.org/talk/viewthread.php?tid=17529
I believe that urea and NaOH makes NH3 ...
4-6-2015 at 16:40
by: bismuthate
A.N. or Urea?
Oh sorry. I though most cold packs had ammonium chloride in them nowadays due to explosive worries. ...
4-6-2015 at 16:14
by: bismuthate
A.N. or Urea?
I would try adding AgNO3 to a solution of the cold pack powder. If it precipitates AgCl then it's pr ...
4-6-2015 at 15:15
by: bismuthate
Manganese (II) Acetate oxidation to Manganese (III) Acetate
Permanganates can oxidize Mn(II) in the presence of acetic acid.
22-3-2015 at 12:09
by: bismuthate
Chlorine production
That won't work. HCl is much more easily oxidized that LiCl, plus it wouldn't form the hydroxide in ...
17-3-2015 at 16:52
by: bismuthate
Taste of different acids?
Iodic acid tastes less sour than I expected.

I sure hope nobody remembers my beginning.

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13-3-2015 at 13:34
by: bismuthate
Other acids than oxyacids
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thiosulfuric_acid
Although a big problem is that sulfides tend to reac ...
13-3-2015 at 10:56
by: bismuthate
Easy Coordination Complexes
Cobalt is really great for complexes. You can just add HCl to a Co2+ solution and get the chloro com ...
12-3-2015 at 03:39
by: bismuthate
Pretty Pictures (2)
I just mixed some potassium thiocyanate and bismuth nitrate solutions and crystallized. It's not pur ...
23-1-2015 at 19:02
by: bismuthate
Pretty Pictures (2)
It was bismuth nitrate.
23-1-2015 at 14:24
by: bismuthate
Pretty Pictures (2)
I was just inserting the link it gives for forums and I couldn't resize and it was giant.
Thank's ...
23-1-2015 at 08:50
by: bismuthate
Pretty Pictures (2)
F**K it I have no idea how to work the photos on this forum.
Here have a link. It's a bismuth thioc ...
23-1-2015 at 08:27
by: bismuthate
Member Websites - A Compiled List !!
Strontiumred, would you happen to have a YouTube channel called explorechem?
21-1-2015 at 14:46
by: bismuthate
The "WTF did I just make?" thread
It's most likely Mn+3, but I can't conclude anything beyond that.
20-1-2015 at 04:21
by: bismuthate
Uranium Chemistry, A Quora Responce
I live in Massachusetts. I can't find any info on uranium ore here.
19-1-2015 at 17:45
by: bismuthate
The "WTF did I just make?" thread
I performed this experiment:
I dissolved 5g of sodium molybdate in around 75mL of 3% H2O2.
I then ...
19-1-2015 at 11:25
by: bismuthate
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