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Drying Chems without desiccator
You could take advantage of the fact that AN is so soluable.
Use a minimum amount of water to disso ...
16-7-2020 at 22:42
by: Belowzero
European Sulfuric Acid Ban
[rquote=640896&tid=155798&author=Abromination][rquote=640828&tid=155798&author=Below ...
16-7-2020 at 22:30
by: Belowzero
Explaining your chemistry hobby
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But for the rest of the world, they don't need t ...
16-7-2020 at 05:04
by: Belowzero
European Sulfuric Acid Ban
[rquote=640829&tid=155798&author=Fulmen][rquote=640769&tid=155798&author=outer_limit ...
16-7-2020 at 01:29
by: Belowzero
European Sulfuric Acid Ban
[rquote=640827&tid=155798&author=Abromination]Electrolytic sulfuric acid isn't a great way t ...
16-7-2020 at 01:16
by: Belowzero
Drying Chems without desiccator
[rquote=640820&tid=155802&author=Brightthermite]Ive continued oven drying while I make the t ...
15-7-2020 at 23:19
by: Belowzero
Explaining your chemistry hobby
The people that know I practise amateur chemistry are often curious what it is I do.

I try to exp ...
15-7-2020 at 23:15
by: Belowzero
European Sulfuric Acid Ban
[rquote=640789&tid=155798&author=Alkoholvergiftung]I dont know what quantity you want to con ...
15-7-2020 at 23:00
by: Belowzero
How to handle powders without dusting?
Perhaps not directly answering the question but I use a glove box for especially toxic or very freef ...
15-7-2020 at 05:07
by: Belowzero
Drying Chems without desiccator
I've had some success with ethanol.

Drying this material is a pain indeed, when the temp reaches ...
14-7-2020 at 19:57
by: Belowzero
European Sulfuric Acid Ban
It also mentions potassium nitrate/clorate , calcium nitrate, hexamine,aluminum powders and many oth ...
14-7-2020 at 09:31
by: Belowzero
KCN synthesis. Care to share your thoughts?
[rquote=640411&tid=155774&author=unionised]How fast is the

Why bother with the 98% H2SO4 ...
11-7-2020 at 10:13
by: Belowzero
how to get copper(II)chlorate out of solution without it decomposing.
Perhaps boring and slow but how about using an exccicator.

Evaporation under vaccuum or keep it i ...
10-7-2020 at 14:01
by: Belowzero
Societal collapse: What do you think would be most needed?
Penicillin production will be very much desired and might be very valuable.
It can be made in reaso ...
10-7-2020 at 04:34
by: Belowzero
Lab and insects
When all you got is a hammer everything starts to look like a nail.

How about just using agricult ...
10-7-2020 at 03:03
by: Belowzero
Soda Lime glass
[rquote=640087&tid=155691&author=Refinery]PYREX is borosilicate, being a trademark. Pyrex is ...
8-7-2020 at 01:11
by: Belowzero
Nitrate salt sources
So far the route from calciumnitrate seems to be the best approach, the reaction driver makes it str ...
8-7-2020 at 00:50
by: Belowzero
Ammonium Nitrate Purity?
Perhaps crude; AN does not leave any residue when thermally destroyed.
If you have an accurate scal ...
5-7-2020 at 23:19
by: Belowzero
Bad days in the lab or with glassware?
After waiting 24 hours for my filtration to complete (multiple liters of highly concentrated AN solu ...
3-7-2020 at 10:49
by: Belowzero
The Short Questions Thread (4)
After the whole corona thing dies down I expect the market to be flooded by used cheap plexiglass , ...
3-7-2020 at 04:48
by: Belowzero
latest glassware purchase
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Stirring works quite well as far as I can tell. De ...
3-7-2020 at 04:18
by: Belowzero
Opinions of working with carcinogenic alkyl halides such as bromoethane?
AX type filters are supposedly suitable for working with bromoethane and alike.

This table is qui ...
1-7-2020 at 14:55
by: Belowzero
More on PbO2 electrodes
I dont have much to add at this point, I just wanted to say you are not just talking to yourself, I ...
1-7-2020 at 14:21
by: Belowzero
Soda Lime glass
Very nice suggestion, it'll come in handy for other purposes too.
Thanks.

*edit*

All I can fi ...
30-6-2020 at 04:51
by: Belowzero
Soda Lime glass
[rquote=639529&tid=155691&author=Tsjerk]The vase should be fine as long as you don't heat sh ...
30-6-2020 at 03:20
by: Belowzero
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