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Quenching excess H2 in a reaction.
It takes a lot of pressure to fill a balloon. I would not attempt that.
In fact, I think any attem ...
1-8-2021 at 15:06
by: j_sum1
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Just a little something I have noticed is missing from our forum. I have seen it on other BBs but w ...
31-7-2021 at 22:44
by: j_sum1
Metal picolinates
Those really are some stunning blues there, Lion.
29-7-2021 at 01:16
by: j_sum1
Science Madness Mug
[rquote=663260&tid=157715&author=CharlieA]Johnny Cappone: Thanks for the explanation. Now it ...
25-7-2021 at 13:46
by: j_sum1
Aluminum Factory Explosion
Don't forget tonnes of molten cryolite. And the huge currents that result when a pot line is shorted ...
23-7-2021 at 14:00
by: j_sum1
Will we ever obtain superheavy elements ?
[quote]Will we ever be able to make these elements in:
* A half life so long that they not pose any ...
18-7-2021 at 20:57
by: j_sum1
Science Madness Mug
Well, this is a strange turn of events. I did not think it was that big a deal -- especially if Pol ...
17-7-2021 at 06:25
by: j_sum1
Science Madness Mug
Looking forward to when mine arrives. :)

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Cheers everyone!

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15-7-2021 at 02:23
by: j_sum1
Why are rhubarb leaves poisonous but not spinach?
At a guess I would suggest that one contains the acid and the other an insoluble salt. They would n ...
10-7-2021 at 18:56
by: j_sum1
New way of periodic table ?
Well, it is a table of the elements. But it is not periodic (assuming I have followed the link you i ...
8-7-2021 at 19:02
by: j_sum1
Violuric acid salts (fantastic colors and variety)
I am loving this project -- at least watching from the side lines.
About your periodic table graphi ...
6-7-2021 at 19:14
by: j_sum1
How to make manganese nitrate
I can't think of a way of doing it without going through MnO2, or at least producing some of that as ...
6-7-2021 at 19:05
by: j_sum1
antimony trioxide
Brilliant! i will do both of those.
Likely I will have 485 grams leftover. Any other suggestions?
6-7-2021 at 04:15
by: j_sum1
Why don't electrons lose energy when revolving?
[rquote=662504&tid=157675&author=SWIM]Is Blogfast25 still around? He'd probably love answeri ...
5-7-2021 at 21:01
by: j_sum1
Why don't electrons lose energy when revolving?
You have a number of misconceptions here, I_R.

First, and most critical is that you seem to be vi ...
5-7-2021 at 20:51
by: j_sum1
What are most dangerous toxic chemicals you are comfortable handling in your home lab?
Probably uranyl acetate is my most dangerous. But it is pretty tame sitting in its jar.
3-7-2021 at 22:02
by: j_sum1
Pretty Pictures (2)
I dried out some molecular sieves and then poured them in a flask. These dusty trails were left on t ...
3-7-2021 at 21:52
by: j_sum1
antimony trioxide
[rquote=662424&tid=157668&author=Lion850]S2O3 or Sb2O3 :)[/rquote]
Thanks. Fixed. I am g ...
2-7-2021 at 20:36
by: j_sum1
antimony trioxide
I acquired some Sb2O3 really cheaply. Any suggestions of what I might do with it?

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2-7-2021 at 19:20
by: j_sum1
Sparkling Test Tubes
I use a lot of these one way or another. And it is annoying when I grab a handful and they look kind ...
1-7-2021 at 22:31
by: j_sum1
Bad days in the lab or with glassware?
[rquote=662217&tid=24908&author=draculic acid69]Hope it was noticed quickly and dealt with b ...
27-6-2021 at 04:44
by: j_sum1
Bad days in the lab or with glassware?
Leaking glass joint in chlorine generator. Annoying and unpleasant.
26-6-2021 at 21:43
by: j_sum1
Liquid/Gasses in Test Tubes
Cody's Lab has a number of videos with supercritical CO2 as well as other relatively high pressure a ...
26-6-2021 at 16:24
by: j_sum1
Reporting Wiki Errors
Not everyone has (or wants) Wiki editing privileges. (If you do, send a U2U to Texium and he will o ...
23-6-2021 at 14:24
by: j_sum1
Pheophytin
Just looking at this, it might be possible to hydrolyse the ester bond and isolate this beasty alcoh ...
22-6-2021 at 19:21
by: j_sum1
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