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[*] posted on 28-4-2018 at 06:49
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[*] posted on 28-4-2018 at 07:45


Help me guys please I am a poor scientist
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[*] posted on 28-4-2018 at 08:10
Define "Best"






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[*] posted on 28-4-2018 at 08:24


This thread subject is far too vague and no details are given. Double posting doesn't help either. Please try again with more information about what you are trying to do.

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[*] posted on 28-4-2018 at 13:50


On the off chance that this is a kid from India with limited English and even more limited financial resources.

1st, you probably want to stick to "beginnings", and before posting, Google on your question. Provide some links to what you found so we know you are at least trying.

2nd, if you want to heat a test tube- Please tell us, HOW HOT do you require the test tube?

Could you get it hot enough if you put it in a warm cup of water?

If you need more?

The steam from a boiling tea kettle?

The hot air from an electric heat gun?

The flame from an alcohol burner?

The flame from a propane fuel Meeker burner?

An Oxygen/acetylene torch? (Whoops, your test tube probably just melted)

The output from an gamma ray LASER in the gigawatt range? (Whoops, your test tube just vaporized, along with a good part of yourself and your lab...)




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