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Experiments with concentrated nitric acid
[rquote=630934&tid=154860&author=woelen]If you have P4O10, then you can try to make N2O5 by ...
17-2-2020 at 01:05
by: chornedsnorkack
Making uranium and thorium by electrolysis?
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/0022190278804321

Uranium metal produced by ...
30-1-2020 at 22:18
by: chornedsnorkack
Why is sodium carbonate not used as starting point for hypochlorite/chlorate production?
[rquote=629815&tid=154753&author=clearly_not_atara]Chlorine only dissolves well in water whe ...
26-1-2020 at 13:32
by: chornedsnorkack
Sodium Benzoate and KMnO4
[rquote=629356&tid=154715&author=TGWS]So I recently acquired some Potassium Permanganate fro ...
14-1-2020 at 03:06
by: chornedsnorkack
Concentrating Battery Acid and Chromium Sulfate Synthesis
Was chromium oxidized to Cr(III) by oxygen or by proton? When dissolving metal Cr in a non-oxidizing ...
7-1-2020 at 03:31
by: chornedsnorkack
Best conditions for sulphur iodide
[rquote=627819&tid=154462&author=AJKOER]I would start by working with the 1940 process (I ci ...
15-12-2019 at 04:30
by: chornedsnorkack
Best conditions for sulphur iodide
[rquote=627550&tid=154462&author=fusso]I wonder if finkelstein works on S—Cl?[/rquote]

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8-12-2019 at 22:51
by: chornedsnorkack
Best conditions for sulphur iodide
[rquote=626629&tid=154462&author=Sulaiman][rquote=626625&tid=154462&author=chornedsn ...
6-12-2019 at 02:48
by: chornedsnorkack
Best conditions for sulphur iodide
Sulphur does not react with iodine.

Sulphur iodide is known but unstable because it decays:

4S ...
23-11-2019 at 02:35
by: chornedsnorkack
Sulphurous acid as solvent
Ah, I see.
Thus MnO2 should dissolve:
MnO2+H2SO3=MnSO4(aq)+H2O
but Fe2O3 should leave an iron sul ...
31-8-2019 at 12:05
by: chornedsnorkack
Sulphurous acid as solvent
Which metal oxides do not dissolve in sulphurous acid?

It´s a fairly strong acid (pH about 1) as ...
31-8-2019 at 02:43
by: chornedsnorkack
Does Cr from some salt displaces AL from AL2(SO4)3 ?
Since Al is a nuisance to separate from Cr, why do you need it as a sulphate source?
Starting from ...
19-8-2019 at 12:47
by: chornedsnorkack
Does Cr from some salt displaces AL from AL2(SO4)3 ?
Elementary question:
do Al2(SO4)3 and Cr2(SO4)3 precipitate as separate crystals or as a solid solu ...
15-8-2019 at 20:59
by: chornedsnorkack
Producing and handling solid sulphuric acid?
[rquote=620218&tid=152940&author=Assured Fish]This would be a cool idea an all but if the go ...
12-8-2019 at 07:08
by: chornedsnorkack
Producing and handling solid sulphuric acid?
[rquote=620127&tid=152940&author=unionised]If you managed to get some solid H2SO4 it would b ...
10-8-2019 at 22:08
by: chornedsnorkack
Producing and handling solid sulphuric acid?
[rquote=620072&tid=152940&author=Ubya]i've never handled 100% sulphuric acid, but you can be ...
10-8-2019 at 01:04
by: chornedsnorkack
Producing and handling solid sulphuric acid?
1) 100 % sulphuric acid has a freezing point of 10,3 Celsius. However, sulphuric acid is fairly visc ...
9-8-2019 at 09:57
by: chornedsnorkack
Hello everyone! (Also Nitrogen Triiodide)
Actually, you need iodine monofluoride to produce NI3.

And iodine monofluoride is itself a tricky ...
9-8-2019 at 09:40
by: chornedsnorkack
Potassium perchlorate sensitivity
Potassium perchlorate is renowned as an insensitive oxidant.
It also has a low solubility and hygro ...
17-5-2019 at 22:44
by: chornedsnorkack
How to concentrate azeotropic HNO3?
You might break the 68 % azeotrope by freezing - the solid would be 55 %, and the eutectic freezing ...
8-3-2019 at 09:57
by: chornedsnorkack
White phosphorus recovery
[rquote=603582&tid=145535&author=woelen]I have very little hope for recovering the white P. ...
25-2-2019 at 21:36
by: chornedsnorkack
Lowering temperature of phosphorous distillisation
Effectively all ammonium phosphates decompose to ammonia and phosphoric acid below 200 Celsius.
Pho ...
24-2-2019 at 02:09
by: chornedsnorkack
Properties of pure permanganic acid
It can be and has been made. Stable and easily isolated.
Published in Jacs, in 1969. Sadly, only fi ...
20-2-2019 at 02:49
by: chornedsnorkack
37% HCl from 20%HCl
A table at Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrochloric_acid
goes quite detailed about 38 ...
27-1-2019 at 07:32
by: chornedsnorkack
Boiling HNO3 plus even hotter cooking oil ?
Does nitric acid cause appreciable transesterification of fatty acid glycerides?
18-1-2019 at 09:36
by: chornedsnorkack
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