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Metals in their gaseous states?
The color of sparks between two metal electrodes are noticeable different depending on the metal, wh ...
17-1-2017 at 09:07
by: phlogiston
DIY GMO fish and amphibians...
I've transformed and made GMO yeasts a lot. Mostly Saccharomyces cerevisiae (bakers yeast), but also ...
16-1-2017 at 07:10
by: phlogiston
after packing chromatography column
Thanks guys, looks like 'to effervesce' is indeed the verb I was looking for. Added another useful w ...
15-1-2017 at 15:18
by: phlogiston
Metals in their gaseous states?
In high school we had to derive the melting point of tungsten experimentally in that way.
You monit ...
15-1-2017 at 15:13
by: phlogiston
Two spectroscopic questions
That is a very important difference in practice: with EI you typically get a large number of fragmen ...
15-1-2017 at 06:28
by: phlogiston
after packing chromatography column
As Metacelcus and Tsjerk already said: thats perfectly fine. You can store it like that indefinitely ...
13-1-2017 at 17:48
by: phlogiston
DIY GMO fish and amphibians...
You will also need approval of an ethical committee if you intent to try this with actual people. Ex ...
8-1-2017 at 02:56
by: phlogiston
Platinum foil suggestions needed
You don’t state your intended goal, but if you were planning to use these in chlorate or perchlora ...
3-1-2017 at 08:10
by: phlogiston
Help getting started
Bert has a point though, you have invested some money in equipment and chemicals. Surely, you did yo ...
2-1-2017 at 16:56
by: phlogiston
Where is Blogfast25 ?
From his post on 22/10/2016 in the "Mad Scientist of the Year 2016 Nominations" thread (Forum Matter ...
2-1-2017 at 16:48
by: phlogiston
Ostwald style nitric production
Very, very interesting, thanks! For some, this extremely useful reagent is very difficult to obtain. ...
29-12-2016 at 18:02
by: phlogiston
What happened while dumping my chemicals?
Pretty color.
If you honestly care to find out, start by making well-defined mixtures of the chemic ...
29-12-2016 at 02:30
by: phlogiston
Ostwald style nitric production
Do you have any idea if some of the ammonia is able to pass the reactor unreacted? That would result ...
27-12-2016 at 04:37
by: phlogiston
best method to analyze amino acids
If all you want is to confirm that your product is what you think it is, NMR and MS are good techniq ...
14-12-2016 at 04:42
by: phlogiston
The trials & tribulations of Thorium production
That is a surprisingly large amount. I wander how much of it retained for long periods of time. Also ...
12-12-2016 at 07:04
by: phlogiston
unknown substance
So, it is likely to be an inorganic compound.

What is puzzling is that it dissolves in ethanol, b ...
6-12-2016 at 07:34
by: phlogiston
unknown substance
If it was organic, very likely you would have observed it decomposing and/or melting when you heated ...
5-12-2016 at 07:13
by: phlogiston
Isolation of Iodine From SeaWeed
I tried it, using a few kg's (wet, including adherent water) of Fucus vesiculosus L. (bladderwrack). ...
30-11-2016 at 14:49
by: phlogiston
Red chemiluminescence
The red biolumiscence seen in fish from the Malacosteid family
25-11-2016 at 06:15
by: phlogiston
Article on home chemistry from Chemistry World
That is an absolutely excellent article! Sarah Houlton, if you are reading this, my compliments! Tha ...
23-11-2016 at 16:38
by: phlogiston
Mad Scientist of the Year 2016 Nominations
Very cool aga, Looks amazing already.

Many common fabric dyes (Dylon is a common brand) work well ...
20-11-2016 at 16:12
by: phlogiston
best way to pack a chromatograpy column
What kind of column? Are we talking HPLC columns with micron-sized particles? nano-LC? Or mm - cm di ...
18-11-2016 at 04:16
by: phlogiston
Ammonium chromate, what the fuck has happend there?
Sometimes you can have a crust of crystals form on the sides of the container which then wicks up th ...
14-11-2016 at 07:51
by: phlogiston
Best way to preserve crystal
Another interesting material is Paraloid B72. It is a polymer that is used to conserve all kinds of ...
12-11-2016 at 17:12
by: phlogiston
Carbonate test for neutrons
Hmm, very good point, it would.

Spontaneous fission (SF) can be considered a background signal ag ...
3-11-2016 at 16:16
by: phlogiston
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