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[*] posted on 15-6-2018 at 07:36


Yeah, it would be MUCH more entertaining to soak it into some ammonium nitrate and detonate it, if you REALLY want to get rid of it...



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[*] posted on 15-6-2018 at 14:54


you got a hell of a panic attack going on there :o
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[*] posted on 9-8-2019 at 13:49


Nitroethane is partially back with End Use Declaration ( EUD / EVE ).
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[*] posted on 14-8-2019 at 00:18


Quote: Originally posted by Mush  
Nitroethane is partially back with End Use Declaration ( EUD / EVE ).


The old source in Germany is selling it again, at 4x the price of 2015.
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[*] posted on 17-8-2019 at 00:59


Quote: Originally posted by Schleimsäure  
Quote: Originally posted by Melgar  
I thought everyone went to Poland to get their suspicious chemicals in Germany?


Hehe ;)

Basically that is true. If you live in Eastern/Middle Germany Poland is the way to go. But of course you still have to find a source there. I had help of a Polish speaking colleague, who made the inquiries with Polish firms/shops for me in Polish. Other good thing is, some reagents you get at ridiculous low prices there, old stock pure grade 1-propanol for 2 EUR/l as an example, or got half a liter technical bromine for 7 EUR.

Other Eastern European countries like Czechia or Hungary might work too most probably.


Tell me please the name of Polish company that sold you 500ml of bromine for 7 EUR, I'm very curious.
Also, in Poland it is nearly impossible to get nitroethane too. There is one supplier with chemicals from Germany, but price is very high (229.85 for liter) and I wouldnt buy anything from him as he sells typical drug chemicals such as substituted propiophenones, and super hazardous chemicals such as mercury or pcl5 in kilogramme amounts.

[Edited on 17-8-2019 by mackolol]
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[*] posted on 17-8-2019 at 09:06


Quote: Originally posted by mackolol  
Quote: Originally posted by Schleimsäure  
Quote: Originally posted by Melgar  
I thought everyone went to Poland to get their suspicious chemicals in Germany?


Hehe ;)

Basically that is true. If you live in Eastern/Middle Germany Poland is the way to go. But of course you still have to find a source there. I had help of a Polish speaking colleague, who made the inquiries with Polish firms/shops for me in Polish. Other good thing is, some reagents you get at ridiculous low prices there, old stock pure grade 1-propanol for 2 EUR/l as an example, or got half a liter technical bromine for 7 EUR.

Other Eastern European countries like Czechia or Hungary might work too most probably.


Tell me please the name of Polish company that sold you 500ml of bromine for 7 EUR, I'm very curious.
Also, in Poland it is nearly impossible to get nitroethane too. There is one supplier with chemicals from Germany, but price is very high (229.85 for liter) and I wouldnt buy anything from him as he sells typical drug chemicals such as substituted propiophenones, and super hazardous chemicals such as mercury or pcl5 in kilogramme amounts.

[Edited on 17-8-2019 by mackolol]


It's an older chemist, near Breslau. He doesn't sell online, the cheap things I got out of his inventory.
Other example was 100g of LiAlH. It's propably from the 1990's, but it's from Merck still in the sealed tin can. 40 EUR for it was also not too bad.

Some things he ordered for me, then of course it's not as cheap, but 1l of aniline from "Chempur", pure, for 20 EUR is also reasonable.
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