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Hello All, I haven't been around here much lately (for a couple of years at least) and I feel almost ...
2-3-2010 at 13:34
by: chemkid
Children's Books older than 1985 to be banned
The government may be foolish, but their not idiots. Barnes and Noble still sells 1984 and the outsi ...
20-2-2009 at 14:55
by: chemkid
Children's Books older than 1985 to be banned
I must disagree with some of the opinions here. If you read the article you'll find that the ban has ...
18-2-2009 at 12:33
by: chemkid
Sodium Thiosulfate Melting
Alright. Will try adding water to form the PENTA hydrate, my mistake.

Chemkid
5-2-2009 at 16:37
by: chemkid
Sodium Thiosulfate Melting
Long time no posts...Ive still been doing some chemistry, especially using OTC materials for spinach ...
4-2-2009 at 15:14
by: chemkid
Carbon monoxide preparation?
Someone around here was preparing sodium gluconate or sucrate (cant remember which) with sodium hydr ...
1-2-2009 at 18:55
by: chemkid
HCl and Al, AlCl3?
You need pure aluminum. Aluminum foil is extremely impure and leaves a large amount of residue in an ...
13-1-2009 at 14:21
by: chemkid
Chemisrty, What defines It?
It could be an interesting discussion, the borders between chemistry and physics...
15-12-2008 at 19:24
by: chemkid
repel animals with sound
Taking proper bear precautions (hanging food/'smellables' in trees at night in a bear bag etc.) will ...
3-12-2008 at 13:46
by: chemkid
What ELSE is in the sulfur?
It sounds like most of the above impurities would be easily eliminated with a quick rinse with HCl a ...
1-12-2008 at 17:51
by: chemkid
Routes to Calcium benzoate
Sorry to be so picky, but i believe terminology is important.
Ca(OH)2 in water is actually a suspen ...
1-12-2008 at 12:29
by: chemkid
Cu/Cu2O Lightsenser/Cell
I apologize for my late response, i have been ill.

I read up on the photoelectric effect and ver ...
25-11-2008 at 11:46
by: chemkid
Cu/Cu2O Lightsenser/Cell
This problem has been on my mind for a while now. Electricity is produced by this apparatus. A coppe ...
19-11-2008 at 18:42
by: chemkid
Casein from Milk
I believe there is some degree of denturation in the hydrophilic parts of the protein which cause it ...
17-11-2008 at 12:31
by: chemkid
Scientific research like you've NEVER seen before. Trust me.
This site contains no scientific research whatsoever

Some one please delete this thread.
13-11-2008 at 15:07
by: chemkid
Decomposition of hairs to yield amino acids
Careful! i have been down the road of hydrolyzing hair. Not sure if HCl will work, but NaOH certainl ...
7-11-2008 at 19:46
by: chemkid
sulfur solubilities tables?
Sulfur is significantly soluble in olive oil and more so when heated (obviously). I think there is a ...
1-11-2008 at 15:52
by: chemkid
Molybdenum Disulfide
ethan_c Could you elaborate on your comment about auto shops and molybdenum?
27-10-2008 at 16:41
by: chemkid
X-ray device powered by scotch tape...
Thats awesome! I love common things doing extrodinary things, because they are totally with in reach ...
23-10-2008 at 11:07
by: chemkid
Manganese dioxide- make or buy?
just rip apart a dry cell battery. Then rinse the black powder with water to remove electrolyte. See ...
17-10-2008 at 18:36
by: chemkid
Common accidents in the lab and how to avoid them
I have done that too Picric (lcukily not with anything dangerous....yet)

Also, watch out for reac ...
9-10-2008 at 17:49
by: chemkid
Need Ideas For a Project
The effect of large quanities of cesium on water?

Or more realisticly, you could extract pigment ...
9-10-2008 at 12:44
by: chemkid
Artcraft Chemicals
Sweet site! Some of the prices for common chems seem high, but where else will one get ruthenium chl ...
7-10-2008 at 11:34
by: chemkid
what did Ln stand for?
Lanthanoids?
6-10-2008 at 14:02
by: chemkid
Alchohol in alchohol burner?
Isopropanol is far to expensive in my opinion. I can buy up to 90% isopropanol for about 7$ per mayb ...
30-9-2008 at 13:41
by: chemkid
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