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Making silane from calcium silicide
Yes.
23-5-2018 at 12:19
by: unionised
Making silane from calcium silicide
HNO3 might oxidise the silane.
Vinegar would probably do the job.
23-5-2018 at 10:39
by: unionised
Mixing Thermoplastics, Equipment and Chemistry?
Are people assuming that all polymers will mix?
21-5-2018 at 10:25
by: unionised
Deciding Time for Reflux
[rquote=518235&tid=82879&author=Tsjerk]The mechanism by which the reaction proceeds is not d ...
20-5-2018 at 09:37
by: unionised
triphenylphosphine oxide preparation
TPP is used as a reagent for measuring H2O2 in air.
You can make TPPO by oxidising TPP with H2O2 in ...
20-5-2018 at 01:11
by: unionised
Modified Wolff-Kishner
DNPH and it's aldehyde/ ketone derivatives are unstable in alkaline environments.
Heaven knows what ...
19-5-2018 at 06:30
by: unionised
Mysterious compound: what's that?
It's a quinonedimine made by oxidation of dianisidine.
http://ishigirl.tripod.com/pchem/enzyme.html
13-5-2018 at 12:55
by: unionised
The Effects of a Chemically Illiterate Population; I give you C60's Magical Healing Powers
[rquote=517752&tid=82739&author=VSEPR_VOID]"Here we show that oral administration of C60 dis ...
13-5-2018 at 11:31
by: unionised
The Effects of a Chemically Illiterate Population; I give you C60's Magical Healing Powers
From Wiki "Shungite has been reported to contain trace amounts of fullerenes (0.0001 < 0.001%)".
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13-5-2018 at 05:05
by: unionised
The Effects of a Chemically Illiterate Population; I give you C60's Magical Healing Powers
I guess it's an age thing.
The C60 I first thought of was along these lines


https://www.youtub ...
13-5-2018 at 00:58
by: unionised
Removing Ethanol from Gasoline
Have you considered zippo fuel?
13-5-2018 at 00:41
by: unionised
Removing Ethanol from Gasoline
Don't forget to make sure you have removed all the flammable materials before trying to dry it.
Als ...
12-5-2018 at 13:01
by: unionised
Is this kit any good?
[rquote=517607&tid=31602&author=User13579]How could it be 'bad', anyway? [/rquote]
Well, t ...
12-5-2018 at 03:37
by: unionised
Looming DCM Ban (US)
[rquote=517617&tid=82715&author=100PercentChemistry]1,2 Dichloromethane also called Dichloro ...
12-5-2018 at 03:23
by: unionised
What's the most expensive substance you've bought?
I have bought some fairly expensive things in my time, but none of them was anything like as expensi ...
10-5-2018 at 10:27
by: unionised
Sticky thread about gloves ?
Still better than a thread about sticky gloves.
7-5-2018 at 12:28
by: unionised
Converting absorbance/transmittance spectrum into digital colour code?
It's impossible.
Neodymium glass has only one spectrum, but it has more than one colour.
7-5-2018 at 04:28
by: unionised
Buchner funnel: glass or ceramic?
[rquote=517022&tid=82545&author=Reboot]I assume the real question is 'sintered glass vs filt ...
7-5-2018 at 04:18
by: unionised
Asbestos from 10% Fibrocement/Asbestos
Why use asbestos?
Glass wool is much less hazardous. Silica gel is good too.
7-5-2018 at 02:58
by: unionised
Buchner funnel: glass or ceramic?
With glass, you can tell if it's clean
7-5-2018 at 02:51
by: unionised
Organic Waste Disposal
[rquote=516955&tid=82399&author=Reboot]

For me, there are some red-line issues on thin ...
7-5-2018 at 02:26
by: unionised
Phosphorus pentachloride, easy AF preperation
Heating phosphine will convert it to hydrogen and phosphorus so, if you really want to economise on ...
6-5-2018 at 13:10
by: unionised
Organic Waste Disposal
Fortunately, nobody is drinking the water that' gone down the drain so the fact that it's "undrinkab ...
6-5-2018 at 11:46
by: unionised
Phosphorus pentachloride, easy AF preperation
Did you flush the air out of the flask first?
6-5-2018 at 11:33
by: unionised
Blue tungstic or molybdic acid ?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molybdenum_blue
5-5-2018 at 11:30
by: unionised
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