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Preparation of Copper(II) Chloride
87.9% yield
[img]https://i.imgur.com/OOSrA88.png[/img]
3-10-2020 at 03:14
by: h0lx
Preparation of Copper(II) Chloride
Recently, I have seen quite a few people in various places struggle with making copper(II) chloride ...
2-10-2020 at 19:28
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
Can CuCl3 even exist out of solution?
2-10-2020 at 17:37
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
For both of them: take 2:1 molar ratio of NH4Cl/KCl:CuCl2, dissolve in water and evaporate dry.

A ...
2-10-2020 at 16:23
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
I would like to see it sure, might make it even easier :)

My current one got only a slight yellow ...
2-10-2020 at 06:08
by: h0lx
Aluminium metal + base as a dehydrating agent?
You could just make an aluminium amalgam, that reacts with water without a base
1-10-2020 at 19:36
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
Wow thanks! That's exactly what I was looking for on it, but failed to find! I will print those pape ...
1-10-2020 at 18:08
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
An update, it seems to grow crystals quite well, as my in progress rex of the compound demonstrates: ...
15-9-2020 at 04:23
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
Hmm, that's interesting. Tbh apart from some crystallography I cant think of a way how to find out i ...
13-9-2020 at 20:21
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
What's NR4? also green is also the colour of say BaCuCl4, and theres no coordination to copper other ...
13-9-2020 at 17:30
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
That happens, when its not protonated, but that coordination complex is quite blue in solution and y ...
13-9-2020 at 15:00
by: h0lx
Synthesis of Creatininium Tetrachlorocuprate
I have recently been a bit hooked on tetrachlorocuprates and trying to make them with all sorts of c ...
13-9-2020 at 14:51
by: h0lx
New Energetic Materials - Current Research
[quote][i]Originally posted by Sauron[/i]
...that an explosive based on hydrazine, proven human car ...
6-6-2007 at 00:23
by: h0lx
Exotic thermites & analogs
12AX7, make sure you put it in a flower pot and let the Fe drip onto something or in a mould.
5-6-2007 at 01:51
by: h0lx
An Idea
I came across this in bed last night thinking of chemistry(geeky, I know)

What if one would take ...
4-5-2007 at 08:22
by: h0lx
Cyclohexanone peroxide
But is the peroxide energetic? Would it even detonate?
17-2-2007 at 23:38
by: h0lx
Picric acid - with phenol and HNO3
Well phenol is cheap enough for me, and I never succeeded in the ASA route, either got a runaway or ...
17-2-2007 at 12:51
by: h0lx
Cyclohexanone peroxide
I just looked through my supplier's list and found cyclohexanone for a cheap price. I was wondering ...
17-2-2007 at 12:48
by: h0lx
Picric acid - with phenol and HNO3
[quote][i]Originally posted by Rosco Bodine[/i]
Can't figure why anyone would want to use expensive ...
17-2-2007 at 12:33
by: h0lx
Picric acid - with phenol and HNO3
Wasn't sulfuric used for creating phenol sulfoesters, which are easier to nitrate?
17-2-2007 at 05:20
by: h0lx
Flash Powder
has anybody tought of using Oxygen rich explosives for oxidisers in flash? HNE would make quite an e ...
24-1-2007 at 13:02
by: h0lx
Replace the oil in an oil burner with chemical mixtures?
Ofcourse depends on your oil, fat, hydrocarbon etc.
9-1-2007 at 13:35
by: h0lx
Potassium compounds
Wolframates exist, but I believe they were WO3 or WO4
9-1-2007 at 12:55
by: h0lx
SnCl2.2H2O reactions
H2O2 would be better choice, provided, it reacts because It leaves no contaminants, only H2O
9-1-2007 at 10:10
by: h0lx
Chemicals required
What kind of alcohol? If it's EtOH, you can dehydrate itself. And what is amine water?
9-1-2007 at 09:31
by: h0lx
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