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Anode Coating From BDD Powder?
Yes; the generally stated value of resistivity for BDD is in the range of 0.1 to 2 (Ω*cm), or somet ...
25-1-2017 at 10:34
by: jpsmith123
Anode Coating From BDD Powder?
I see that boron doped diamond is available as "nanopowder" from this place:
http://www.us-nano.com ...
25-1-2017 at 07:12
by: jpsmith123
6km/sec VOD From Cast NaCLO4 Composition
IIRC there is a patent from the 60s (Melvin Cook et al.) regarding sodium chlorate based blasting ag ...
29-10-2016 at 20:24
by: jpsmith123
What about "glassy" carbon as an anode material in a chlorate or perchlorate cell?
Nowadays, BDD nanopowder is available from places like www.us-nano.com (5 grams for $65). So another ...
5-9-2016 at 18:14
by: jpsmith123
What about "glassy" carbon as an anode material in a chlorate or perchlorate cell?
It seems that DLC films have been made (using various processes; CVD, PVD, eletrolysis, sputtering, ...
4-9-2016 at 06:40
by: jpsmith123
What about "glassy" carbon as an anode material in a chlorate or perchlorate cell?
The authors used only 75 mg of boric acid per liter. I see that as a starting point. Maybe they didn ...
2-9-2016 at 05:07
by: jpsmith123
What about "glassy" carbon as an anode material in a chlorate or perchlorate cell?
I would think that the conductivity of the DLC coating could be increased - to a certain extent at l ...
1-9-2016 at 05:11
by: jpsmith123
What about "glassy" carbon as an anode material in a chlorate or perchlorate cell?
Just thinking out loud, one of my ideas was to use the method described in this paper (possibly with ...
31-8-2016 at 06:02
by: jpsmith123
6km/sec VOD From Cast NaCLO4 Composition
Those two youtube videos are "unavailable". :(
I wonder, what was the composition used? Was it NaCl ...
30-8-2016 at 15:39
by: jpsmith123
What about "glassy" carbon as an anode material in a chlorate or perchlorate cell?
Here's a paper describing the electrodeposition of both nitrogen-doped and boron-doped DLC (the latt ...
30-8-2016 at 15:03
by: jpsmith123
Ammonium perchlorate without DIY anodes?
If you get a MMO anode and you want to try an experiment, here's something that I don't think has be ...
3-1-2015 at 20:14
by: jpsmith123
cheddite
Bert you might find the attached patent interesting ("Liquid and Slurry Explosives of Controlled Hig ...
7-11-2014 at 09:28
by: jpsmith123
cheddite
[rquote=361434&tid=19712&author=forgotpassword]What about Kerosene and KClO3?[/rquote]

In ...
5-11-2014 at 16:32
by: jpsmith123
low-powered Plasma discharge, for surface-interaction
Also check out US Patent# 8471171.
15-10-2014 at 18:03
by: jpsmith123
What happened to Dann2?
Does anyone know what happened to Dann2? He hasn't posted here in a long time, and it seems he no lo ...
30-8-2014 at 05:35
by: jpsmith123
Dangers/risks of Mazilli ZVS driver?
I don't know if this could be relevant to your situation, but when I played around with the "Mazzill ...
30-8-2014 at 05:32
by: jpsmith123
Detonators and some other questions.
Here's a patent on a CuO/Al/Si/Bi2O3 thermite based detonator, and also a paper on it.

[file]237 ...
1-6-2013 at 14:56
by: jpsmith123
More on PbO2 electrodes
http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1957/29072/McKinnonBainL1933.pdf?sequence=1 ...
7-5-2013 at 09:37
by: jpsmith123
More on PbO2 electrodes
Check out [url=http://www.sciencemadness.org/talk/viewthread.php?tid=4177#pid47312]this[/url] thread ...
6-5-2013 at 20:04
by: jpsmith123
More on PbO2 electrodes
Hello Xenoid,

I agree about the platinum. As of right now, it's probably the best choice. (Not to ...
6-5-2013 at 11:23
by: jpsmith123
Exotic thermites & analogs
While I was looking for papers on the combustion synthesis of Bi2O3, I came across an interesting pa ...
5-5-2013 at 14:27
by: jpsmith123
More on PbO2 electrodes
I found another interesting, earlier patent (1974): "Pyrochlore Electrodes" (attached).

Although ...
5-5-2013 at 08:47
by: jpsmith123
"Sulphoxide Explosives"
Sorry aboout that...those links take you to the reference section (which requires special access).
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21-10-2012 at 08:40
by: jpsmith123
"Sulphoxide Explosives"
Someone may find this interesting:

http://www.sciencemadness.org/talk/files.php?pid=262896&ai ...
21-10-2012 at 07:44
by: jpsmith123
Tutorial:the poor man MMO anode
Wow! That's some intricate coil winding machine ya got there! (BTW I thought my OCD was bad until yo ...
5-7-2012 at 17:47
by: jpsmith123
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