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Insulin from the Cod Fish
I used to obtaine bovine brains, livers, kidneys and a heart directly from abbatoirs when I was doin ...
18-4-2021 at 07:52
by: phlogiston
Barium azide preparation help
Another route I can think of is by boiling barium carbonate in a solution of ammonium azide.
I have ...
2-2-2021 at 06:53
by: phlogiston
Why do Mg salts not color the flame ?
Bedlasky, that is interesting. Can you share the composition?
25-1-2021 at 03:56
by: phlogiston
Why do Mg salts not color the flame ?
[quote]Salts of Ca, Sr, Ba color the flame resp. orange, red, yellowish green.[/quote]

Only in th ...
24-1-2021 at 14:14
by: phlogiston
Radiophobia?
[quote] "Right away I just wanted the kids to be safe," Bonuomo said when asked about her reaction. ...
10-1-2021 at 14:12
by: phlogiston
Sourcing of metallic technetium and radium in Canada
It's possible, but if you were able to do it, you would be asking different questions.

Perhaps an ...
28-12-2020 at 13:41
by: phlogiston
shock sensitive mixtures of KNO3
It is easy to find videos of the molten mixture detonating, so it definitely seems to 'work', eg:

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10-12-2020 at 16:15
by: phlogiston
Just arrived API 365 Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
[rquote=650967&tid=156557&author=wg48temp9]phlogiston@
I am curious about what you use your ...
10-12-2020 at 15:37
by: phlogiston
shock sensitive mixtures of KNO3
IIRC 'yellow powder', being a mixture of potassium nitrate, potassium carbonate and sulfur molten to ...
10-12-2020 at 04:49
by: phlogiston
SpaceX Starship crash coloured flames
I was watching the video of yesterdays spaceX rocket crash, and I noticed the flame turns a bright g ...
10-12-2020 at 04:17
by: phlogiston
Just arrived API 365 Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
Very interesting, thanks for sharing! I've been working with triple quads for years, but it's very r ...
10-12-2020 at 04:06
by: phlogiston
How to cut 1oz silver bar into pieces that will fit in a test tube
Melt it and pour the molten metal into a large bucket of cold water. It will produce granules of sil ...
30-10-2020 at 08:50
by: phlogiston
Seperating zinc, lead & iron in an economican and "easy" method?
Melting just for identification sounds rather energy inefficient and time consuming to me.

[quote ...
30-10-2020 at 07:03
by: phlogiston
DIY acid washed sand changed color unexpectedly
If the impurities don't leach out after all of these different extreme treatments, it seems unlikely ...
28-10-2020 at 14:22
by: phlogiston
This is mandatory stuff for (amateur) chemists (Safety)
I don't think we should be bashing his video's here. He's doing amateur chemistry, and that's great. ...
27-9-2020 at 17:33
by: phlogiston
Strange explosive vapor. I call (Poppy gas) named as a kid
I don't think this yields 'chloorknalgas' (as we call it in Dutch), which is simply a stoichiometric ...
3-9-2020 at 14:46
by: phlogiston
Catalalytic effects of radioactive decay
I think Heptylene's logic in [url=https://www.sciencemadness.org/whisper/viewthread.php?tid=155283#p ...
17-8-2020 at 17:24
by: phlogiston
Intensely colored explosives?
ammonium dichromate can be detonated, does that count?

picramic acid is brick red

tetrasulfur ...
24-7-2020 at 04:01
by: phlogiston
Pretty Pictures (2)
[rquote=641267&tid=26378&author=Herr Haber][rquote=641091&tid=26378&author=phlogisto ...
24-7-2020 at 03:44
by: phlogiston
Why doesn't anyone use glove boxes for things like fluorine?
Draeger, are you talking about amateur or professional labs?

Watching some videos of professional ...
23-7-2020 at 16:57
by: phlogiston
Nitrates in decent yield from the oxidation of melamine by calcium hypochlorite
There are many countries in which firecrackers or other potential sources of nitrates are simply una ...
21-7-2020 at 03:03
by: phlogiston
Pretty Pictures (2)
Belowzero, I was pleasantly surprised by the picture quality too, considering I used a 12-year old s ...
20-7-2020 at 16:24
by: phlogiston
Pretty Pictures (2)
A macro shot of an uranium mineral under short wave UV light.
The field of view is about 5 mm and t ...
19-7-2020 at 15:23
by: phlogiston
Simple exploding wire apparatus for nanopowders
You may have already read it, but if not you may find the following article by Steve Hansen interest ...
11-7-2020 at 15:23
by: phlogiston
Why does Radium form a nitride and not oxide?
It is discussed on [url=https://www.chemguide.co.uk/inorganic/group2/reacto2.html]this page[/url].
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11-7-2020 at 14:17
by: phlogiston
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