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Purification of sodium chlorate (removal of sodium chloride)
Look up the solubility for any proposed substitues: copper chloride is soluble, while silver chlorid ...
8-4-2019 at 12:47
by: MrHomeScientist
Whoosh bottle experiment
It's called a "woosh bottle." Research exactly how much alcohol (and what type) to use before trying ...
8-4-2019 at 12:46
by: MrHomeScientist
Safely storing Diethyl ether
Does the BHT interfere with some reactions? Does the solvent need to be distilled to remove it, befo ...
8-4-2019 at 08:27
by: MrHomeScientist
Pretty Pictures (2)
Beautiful, [b]Wizzard1[/b]! I'm quite familiar with those from all my magnet work a while back. Mine ...
8-4-2019 at 07:32
by: MrHomeScientist
Hazardous chemicals
Copper ions are pretty toxic to aquatic life, so I always react any copper solutions with baking sod ...
5-4-2019 at 06:35
by: MrHomeScientist
Decent cell build....
I can definitely get on board with that! Nothing wrong with doing things for fun and learning.
I fi ...
4-4-2019 at 11:37
by: MrHomeScientist
Parts per notation
Damn, that's what I get for blindly copying [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parts-per_notation]Wi ...
3-4-2019 at 09:59
by: MrHomeScientist
Parts per notation
Well ppm is 10[sup]-6[/sup], so for your 1 liter bottle example you'd have 1 mL of contaminant in th ...
3-4-2019 at 08:11
by: MrHomeScientist
Chlorine or Bromine toxicity help!
You could use a 2-hole stopper instead, so the gas would come in one hole and exit out the other to ...
2-4-2019 at 10:17
by: MrHomeScientist
Chlorine or Bromine toxicity help!
I always say that the most important thing is to [b]respect your chemicals[/b]. You need not fear to ...
2-4-2019 at 08:19
by: MrHomeScientist
Pretty Pictures (2)
Yikes [b]greenlight[/b], you really should neutralize stuff like that instead of pouring straight do ...
27-3-2019 at 12:22
by: MrHomeScientist
Teaching chemistry
I've tutored chemistry twice now so I have a small amount of experience, but they never called me ba ...
26-3-2019 at 05:33
by: MrHomeScientist
Decent cell build....
This is fantastic work; really great to read. Your cell construction looks very nice, and makes me y ...
25-3-2019 at 13:11
by: MrHomeScientist
Made to order PTFE adapters
Yikes, not sure what I was thinking there. Time to go home and rest...
20-3-2019 at 12:56
by: MrHomeScientist
Looking for a thread on "new glassware acquisitions" or self modified glassware - is there one?
If you remember key words from the threads, you can use Google to search the forum instead. This usu ...
20-3-2019 at 08:06
by: MrHomeScientist
Made to order PTFE adapters
Give the poor guy (girl?) a minute! He's a student and doing this in his free time, after all. The s ...
20-3-2019 at 06:50
by: MrHomeScientist
Can we travel back in time really?
[b]jack44556677[/b], you seem distrustful of relativity and black holes. Why do you think clocks run ...
15-3-2019 at 06:22
by: MrHomeScientist
Reducing copper hydroxide
You may want to put this on the back burner for now and start fresh. Copper sulfate seems to be the ...
15-3-2019 at 06:14
by: MrHomeScientist
Can I use table salt to make nutrient broth?
Seems unnecessary, but then again I don't know anything about bacteria. The amount of other chemical ...
12-2-2019 at 14:22
by: MrHomeScientist
Copper sulfate has become "chalky white" after prolonged air exposure
I'm sure copper sulfate has an equilibrium hydration level that it wants to be at relative to its en ...
12-2-2019 at 06:06
by: MrHomeScientist
AcrosOrganics
Do you really need such exotic chemicals, though? What reactions were you planning on doing? You may ...
12-2-2019 at 06:01
by: MrHomeScientist
Lead acetate decahydrate?
Great idea phlogiston! I used carbonate because I had a lot on-hand, but I'll switch to sulfate for ...
8-2-2019 at 06:35
by: MrHomeScientist
Lead acetate decahydrate?
Back to the OP, whenever you react anything that produces a gas, an aerosol/mist of tiny droplets of ...
7-2-2019 at 14:17
by: MrHomeScientist
Flu + NH3 or HCl vapours
Take two roller coaster rides and call me in the morning.
7-2-2019 at 12:21
by: MrHomeScientist
Sigma-Aldrich
Yeah I'd avoid Sigma even if I could get an account there. Extremely expensive on almost everything, ...
6-2-2019 at 08:53
by: MrHomeScientist
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