Sciencemadness Discussion Board
Not logged in [Login ]
Go To Bottom

[Next Page]
The Wump Incident
[rquote=640683&tid=145122&author=Bedlasky]J_sum1: Your story sounds horrible. I am glad tha ...
14-7-2020 at 16:13
by: j_sum1
Calcium Chloride - aka Damp Rid
CaCl2 is deliquescent and not just hygroscopic. I don't think adsorb is the word that best describes ...
12-7-2020 at 14:16
by: j_sum1
Lab and insects
Well, chemplayer just has the insects join in the experiments. They seem to not enjoy pirahna soluti ...
12-7-2020 at 14:06
by: j_sum1
sodium or potassium dichromate.
No problems. :)
9-7-2020 at 23:23
by: j_sum1
sodium or potassium dichromate.
Yes. There are big differences. Sodium dichromate is more than an order of magnitude more soluble ...
9-7-2020 at 23:19
by: j_sum1
Blowing 100k on science equipment
Bumping this.
My boss asked me today where things are up to. He is keen for a decision. I know I ha ...
9-7-2020 at 03:04
by: j_sum1
I don't really mind opening a new thread just to reply to this
Right sentiment CJ.
And off we go to Detritus. This is getting tiresome. I would explain but I don' ...
3-7-2020 at 01:00
by: j_sum1
I think you will find we mods are all on the same page here, Fusso.
Someone commented recently (it ...
2-7-2020 at 22:39
by: j_sum1
A day of summer chemistry.
That sounds like a really interesting demo, woelen. I am guessing the same might be done with copper ...
2-7-2020 at 15:05
by: j_sum1
Blowing 100k on science equipment
[rquote=639642&tid=155703&author=Chemetix]That is great news, congratulations! You should co ...
1-7-2020 at 23:23
by: j_sum1
Blowing 100k on science equipment
I am fishing for some advice here.
Yesterday I received an interesting phone call from my boss info ...
1-7-2020 at 17:47
by: j_sum1
Precursors to um… something. Suggestions invited.
I have recently acquired a bunch of seemingly interesting reagents. (Back story follows later). I ...
1-7-2020 at 16:44
by: j_sum1
latest glassware purchase
In all honesty I have not pushed it yet. Recovery from busted pelvis, catching up with work and fam ...
29-6-2020 at 02:02
by: j_sum1
Forum has been moved to manual registrations only
Not happening, Cou. Manual registration is to keep the spammers out. I got tired of deleting 70 spam ...
28-6-2020 at 21:41
by: j_sum1
Why is tin and HCl rxn so slow?
I forget which youtuber it was... But I have followed his example:

Melt tin in a large container. ...
27-6-2020 at 16:56
by: j_sum1
Glyphosate Roundup Ban in the EU by the end of 2022
I don't know where this will go. It seems there is a market for a fast-acting broad spectrum herbici ...
27-6-2020 at 03:48
by: j_sum1
Retort & Stand Questions
@ Chemorg42
Yeah it was a joke. You will get to know SWIM if you stick around. You should have go ...
23-6-2020 at 22:46
by: j_sum1
The basics of chemistry - Best Video contest
How is this a contest?
20-6-2020 at 19:11
by: j_sum1
non noble corrosion resistant metal and alloys for storing or reacting corrosive chemicals
[rquote=638870&tid=155635&author=cyanureeves]brass is more resistant than tin probably but i ...
20-6-2020 at 17:27
by: j_sum1
non noble corrosion resistant metal and alloys for storing or reacting corrosive chemicals
Depends. Both on the specifics of the metal and also the environment where corrosion is occurring.
20-6-2020 at 16:56
by: j_sum1
Potassium Chlorate vs Gummy bear
Yes, it is a fun classic.

The energy released in the reaction is from both reactants. But it doe ...
20-6-2020 at 16:17
by: j_sum1
Copper cyanurate (and other cyanurates}
My understanding is that the purple is a complex involving the NaDCCA salt. This indeed does form i ...
19-6-2020 at 21:12
by: j_sum1
Ferrous sulphate solution smell
Nilered did an interesting video on the "metallic" smell, which does not contain any metal atoms. L ...
16-6-2020 at 05:04
by: j_sum1
Views on posts aren't unique
[rquote=638439&tid=155590&author=morganbw]I personally think that replies are a good metric ...
15-6-2020 at 18:08
by: j_sum1
Has anyone ever heard about the Periodic Cycle?
Yep. The periodic table does go on a cylinder quite nicely.
The thing is that there are literally ...
15-6-2020 at 02:00
by: j_sum1
[Next Page]

  Go To Top