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[*] posted on 15-3-2018 at 00:09
Extracting redphosphorus


I soaked and Shaked,and poured of from 70percent isopropyl alcohol,whats next
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[*] posted on 15-3-2018 at 00:20


Stamp-collecting.



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[*] posted on 15-3-2018 at 00:41


This is not the best first post in the history of sciencemadness :P

Give more information, tell us a little about the background of this question. That certainly helps getting people to answer your question more seriously.

E.g. what is the source of the red phosphorus? Is it an old sample, which became humid and acidic? How was is stored?

This post goes to detritus, I invite you to make a new better and less kewlish/cookerish post.




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