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Aquiring grinding material for a ball mill
I would visit some machine shops, CNC lathe turning etc, and see if you can get some used Tungsten c ...
8-6-2020 at 14:10
by: eesakiwi
Iodine resublimation
I did my iodine experiments over wax paper & stored it in a small wax lined jar.
5-2-2020 at 05:54
by: eesakiwi
Suggestions for glass joint-grease that won't get stuck after vacuum distillations?
Somebody on another website did some MSDS searching & found vacuum grease is the same as car ba ...
22-11-2019 at 03:40
by: eesakiwi
How to scrub ethyl acetate vapors before releasing into the outside air? Hundreds of neighbors are complaining.
Burn it. Use several flashback arrangements & let the fumes go to into a combustion engine of so ...
29-12-2018 at 06:50
by: eesakiwi
Pepper to Piperine problem
If using the 'soda bottle method' squeeze air out of the before microwaving.
as the solvent heats u ...
5-5-2018 at 08:16
by: eesakiwi
free glassware and lab kit giveaway - UK only
I say a "please & thankyou" from Thasogggi. (Sp?)
5-5-2018 at 06:37
by: eesakiwi
OTC source of thiocyanates or ferrocyanides?
[rquote=515947&tid=81993&author=VSEPR_VOID]If you find a source of thriocyanates or ferrocya ...
5-5-2018 at 06:21
by: eesakiwi
Homemade magnetic stirrer troubleshooting
I'd use a larger 6 inch + dia fan motor off a power supply or such, the sort with a metal housing an ...
22-1-2017 at 07:19
by: eesakiwi
Building an open source hot plate stirrer - feature requests!
I 'focused the field' of two hard drive magnets by placing two cylindrical magnets on them where I w ...
17-12-2016 at 03:12
by: eesakiwi
Sulfuric acid in NZ
NZ$100 for a litre of sulphuric acid at Micowakefield plumbing supply's.
27-2-2016 at 07:22
by: eesakiwi
An interesting (probably illegal) find
I'd take them to a licenced chemist or 'Drugstore' (where ever you get your prescriptions filled out ...
20-10-2015 at 22:47
by: eesakiwi
Homemade and Repurposed Lab Gear
For ball mill media, try ball bearings, roller bearings or used Tungsten carbide machine cutting tip ...
20-10-2015 at 22:19
by: eesakiwi
Homemade evaporation setup - is this plausible?
I have bubbled air thru a hot liquid to help drive off the liquid.

But, just bubbling air thru it ...
20-10-2015 at 21:50
by: eesakiwi
Home made Stands & clamps
Try using drum kit stands. They have plenty of clamps of different shapes and sizes.
They have angl ...
20-10-2015 at 21:43
by: eesakiwi
Heating for Magnetic Stirrer
google image > rice cooker element.

They are round, aluminium, 500 watts and allready have a ...
20-10-2015 at 21:36
by: eesakiwi
Making my own magnetic stirring hotplate
I make a magnetic stirrer/hotplate from a rice cooker element. google image them.
The hotplates got ...
26-9-2015 at 04:55
by: eesakiwi
Materials science of spore motors
Those spores remind me of the ' morgellans' hairs etc.
And its a complete coincidence that the OP i ...
25-7-2015 at 07:29
by: eesakiwi
Home Made Vacuum Rotavap Idea ...
3-11-2014 at 01:58
by: eesakiwi
Home Made Vacuum Rotavap Idea
To tell the truth, the motor/gearbox part of a rotovap, which is the hardest part to get.
Is just a ...
28-10-2014 at 02:17
by: eesakiwi
Needing a 1/2 inch overhead stirrer paddle, 5/16 inch diameter
Some microwaves have a 3 finned teflon(not 100% sure) paddle thing to drive the glass platter around ...
14-7-2014 at 03:24
by: eesakiwi
Suitable motor to run a large diy mag stirrer.

[IMG] ...
20-12-2013 at 16:10
by: eesakiwi
chemical lawnmower

It'l come up half cut...

Sorry, it was a joke I heard when I was a kid.
25-11-2012 at 22:01
by: eesakiwi
Piperic acid oxidation to Piperonal
Extract the pepper with alcohol & filter.
Boil off most of the alcohol untill it gets a little ...
18-8-2010 at 23:10
by: eesakiwi
Pepper to Piperine problem
Its as easy as this.
Pour 1 Lb or 500gms of ground pepper into a plastic bottle.
The bottle our ...
26-5-2010 at 22:20
by: eesakiwi
Piperine-Mediated Bioavailability
SwIms been doing the pepper thing for a while, on different boards (WD's).
And had pretty much the ...
5-5-2006 at 19:21
by: eesakiwi
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