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Lead Sulfide
Pb is very close to being a noble-metal on the EC scale, hence no reaction.

Bubbling H2S through ...
22-4-2007 at 14:50
by: Jome
Valorizing the Glycerol from Biodiesel Production
Caulerpa taxifolia is a "macro algae" and consists of 60 mass percent oil, according to references I ...
1-12-2006 at 08:39
by: Jome
Valorizing the Glycerol from Biodiesel Production
Most likely if biodiesel became economically feasible it would be based on algae-oil, something like ...
28-11-2006 at 17:27
by: Jome
energetic ionic liquids?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ionic_liquid

Is this what you're asking about? Intresting stuff.
25-7-2006 at 13:51
by: Jome
So what can I do with a liter of pyridine?
PCC (pyridinium chloro-chromate) for selective oxidation of alcohols to aldehydes? Requires CrO3 tho ...
24-6-2006 at 01:44
by: Jome
Catalysts for H2O2
Wouln't LOTS of transition metal salts do? Like Cu, Co, Ni, Fe compounds?
5-6-2006 at 02:03
by: Jome
Toxic-gas liberating explosives
Not explosive in it self, but teflon powder (or teflon in any form) added to an explosive would like ...
5-6-2006 at 02:01
by: Jome
What grows on planet x with a fluorine atmosphere
As stated before free fluorine would react both with all common rock types and with the all-abundant ...
3-6-2006 at 05:30
by: Jome
Merck index
Note the "hydro"...
16-5-2006 at 10:27
by: Jome
Hello Friends!
Well, if you bring your sisters perhaps we could work something out.

(Yes I know he's a troll)
1-4-2006 at 12:32
by: Jome
The best country to pursue amateur chemistry in.
I would propose some non-western country w.o many prohibitive laws, perhaps Brazil? Sam Barros doesn ...
19-12-2005 at 02:07
by: Jome
NaBrO3
If the electronegativity of the halogen is higher it's desire to be oxidisied is less*, like in stan ...
19-12-2005 at 01:56
by: Jome
NaBrO3
Would the same thing happen to the higher oxoacids, like turning chlorates into bromates by adding b ...
17-12-2005 at 12:59
by: Jome
Acid decomposition of hypochlorite
Reaction w. an acid and hypochlorite yields chlorine, but how does the reaction go?
Something like ...
5-12-2005 at 02:18
by: Jome
Uranium from phosphate ore?
Perhaps the U is unevenly distributed in the ore, like in chunks of pitchblende or something similar ...
2-10-2005 at 11:43
by: Jome
Possibility of sulphuric acid?
MnO2+4HCl--->MnCl2+Cl2+2H2O. Then MnCl2 soln is filtered and the salt dried.
Now to the questi ...
1-10-2005 at 14:25
by: Jome
Can not post or even log on to roguesci.org?
You don't have permission to access / on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error wa ...
22-8-2005 at 01:28
by: Jome
Manganese Acetate...
Dissolve the Mn in hydrochloric acid, add Na2CO3, wash the manganese carbonate, add acetic acid to m ...
6-8-2005 at 17:15
by: Jome
Geopolymeres
Well, Im only 200ml of water and a few grams of salt away from testing my geopolymer mix.

How do ...
9-7-2005 at 11:32
by: Jome
Geopolymeres
That would result in a precipation, not a slow polymerisation...The idéa of adding just a small amm ...
2-7-2005 at 09:50
by: Jome
Geopolymeres
I'm having a hell trying to remove water from the SiO2 and Al(OH)3 I've made just for thi ...
2-7-2005 at 02:15
by: Jome
Making E-books into "real" books
Thanks, I've edited my post.
26-6-2005 at 01:25
by: Jome
Making E-books into "real" books
A5 seems to be the most convenient format for homemade books. A5 is half the size of the normal prin ...
25-6-2005 at 16:58
by: Jome
Making E-books into "real" books
How would one go about converting an e-book like vogel or brauer from the MSDB library into a real b ...
24-6-2005 at 15:05
by: Jome
From where are you?
[quote][i]Originally posted by saps[/i]
Im from new britian near papua new guinea. its north of aus ...
24-6-2005 at 13:46
by: Jome
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