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Ancient bottle of picric acid
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1-11-2017 at 16:29
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
I do not have skype, I use irc for instant messaging. I would love to recreate water conditions, say ...
22-10-2017 at 09:14
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
Now I have Luciocephalus. But Parosphromenus also fit my interest.
22-10-2017 at 08:31
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
The link is probably incomplete.
22-10-2017 at 07:54
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
I mostly try to reproduce plants, fish and other critters, that have not been, or are only very rare ...
22-10-2017 at 07:38
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
I make my own extracts from peat and other substances (not only for, but also, for fish) and I usual ...
22-10-2017 at 04:00
by: e.liska
Ancient bottle of picric acid
It contains about 40 ml of perfectly dry and loose crystals. The bottle is all glass. Exact origin u ...
20-10-2017 at 17:48
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
Please delete.

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20-10-2017 at 17:46
by: e.liska
Ancient bottle of picric acid
Found in my box of ancient dyes. Should I run or what? Can it be safely opened? The box survived mai ...
20-10-2017 at 11:17
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
How to get rid of the salt? Would some kind of ultrafiltration work? Cheaply at home?
20-10-2017 at 04:47
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
Btw, if the peat extract contains salts (if it was not prepared in pure water but by alkaline extrac ...
20-10-2017 at 04:34
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
Yes, but it is probably orders of magnitude more complex.
20-10-2017 at 04:32
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
Well, the extract from peat made with distilled water (or to be exact, reverse osmosis water), has n ...
20-10-2017 at 03:40
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
ethanol, run overnight - much better

How many different dyes it is?
20-10-2017 at 02:26
by: e.liska
Peat Extract
Anybody knows what chemicals are in peat extract made with distilled water at room temperature? I ha ...
19-10-2017 at 23:25
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
So I have tried some chromatography. It is a mix. From left to right:

1. my first run - I used pr ...
17-10-2017 at 14:47
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
When I add several granules of NaOH to few milliliters of the green solution, the solution heats a l ...
8-10-2017 at 01:04
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
I have common household NaOH (granulate), but no strong acids. I have basically only a kitchen "lab" ...
4-10-2017 at 07:28
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
No, it is already deciphered as Sella Echt Grün GM (SELLA® Fast Green GM) - commercial dye of unkn ...
4-10-2017 at 06:46
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
What we know so far:

- it is a mixture of at least two different dyes
- it does not contain meta ...
4-10-2017 at 04:07
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
[rquote=493564&tid=77160&author=gagepoon]It's Malachite green...[/rquote]

What is your so ...
4-10-2017 at 04:05
by: e.liska
ammonia generator
[rquote=493534&tid=77058&author=RogueRose]Would the process work with fat scraps (the maggot ...
4-10-2017 at 04:02
by: e.liska
unknown dye - german label
So, the writing has been deciphered, it reads [b]Sella Echt Grün GM[/b], which is German for SELLA ...
30-9-2017 at 09:26
by: e.liska
BaCuSi4O10
Well, this is probably beyond my current ability. Would be testing for Prussian Blue (ferric hexacya ...
30-9-2017 at 07:00
by: e.liska
BaCuSi4O10
I have found an ancient bottle full of nicely blue powder and a handwritten label in my native langu ...
30-9-2017 at 05:50
by: e.liska
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