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What the hell did I just make?
Yes, it's THAT Yamato71 and I'm beginning to think I've got a learning disability.

TO WHIT:

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28-11-2016 at 00:49
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Thanks for the suggestion. To be honest, the thought of writing a book has never occurred to me. I ...
13-11-2016 at 08:55
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Thanks for the suggestion. To be honest, the thought of writing a book has never occurred to me. I ...
13-11-2016 at 08:44
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
I almost made it through the whole day last Thursday without remembering that it was the sixth anniv ...
5-11-2016 at 00:10
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Yeah, it was a somber anniversary for us too. Thanks for remembering. I just turned 62 last week a ...
1-12-2015 at 23:35
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Hi everybody,

Did you miss me? Sorry, I haven't checked in in quite a while. I used to receive ...
6-4-2015 at 18:57
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
And there is a huge smile here in Texas.
Thanks Finnnicus.
6-4-2013 at 07:01
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Thank you hiperion42 for bringing this thread back on topic.
16-1-2013 at 15:20
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Oh you can believe it. Those 40 years of experience include the first 20 that were done in the kitc ...
9-1-2013 at 12:33
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Thanks. The decision to post this did not come easily, but I feel that doing so would be a way to s ...
30-12-2012 at 16:34
by: Yamato71
Life after detonation
Who said no glass was launched into my body or face? I soaked up an enormous amount of pulverized g ...
8-12-2012 at 19:28
by: Yamato71
Phosphorus trichloride
Freezing might work to separate CCl4 and PCl3. Their melting points are -23c and -94c respectively. ...
7-12-2012 at 08:35
by: Yamato71
Unusual primary
I have not compounded this material with anything more reactive than German dark pyro aluminum. The ...
6-12-2012 at 15:17
by: Yamato71
Storage of pressurized liquid SO2 in plastic containers
I am only familiar with the liquid CO2 variety. They use an O-ring sealed valve so that they can be ...
6-12-2012 at 14:19
by: Yamato71
Storage of pressurized liquid SO2 in plastic containers
Since the valve on the paintball CO2 cylinder is sealed with an "O" ring, it can be unscrewed by usi ...
6-12-2012 at 13:57
by: Yamato71
Place to Set Off Explosives
What about doing like the US did in 1963 and do your testing underground? Bury a length of culvert ...
5-12-2012 at 19:51
by: Yamato71
Turning Li metal blocks into powder
Not at -78c
5-12-2012 at 18:15
by: Yamato71
Storage of pressurized liquid SO2 in plastic containers
Actually, most of the valves I've seen on paintball cylinders are brass, which rules out their use f ...
5-12-2012 at 16:29
by: Yamato71
Turning Li metal blocks into powder
You might try grinding a mixture of dry ice and lithium metal in a coffee grinder until the metal is ...
5-12-2012 at 15:41
by: Yamato71
UV light sources for photochemistry
You will also need a suitable ballast to be able to run this lamp from the AC mains. Direct connect ...
5-12-2012 at 14:47
by: Yamato71
Phosphorus trichloride
The Vogel synthesis of phosphorus tribromide (5th ed. pp 458-459) involves the dropwise addition of ...
5-12-2012 at 14:17
by: Yamato71
Storage of pressurized liquid SO2 in plastic containers
I have used epoxy coated aluminum paintball CO2 cylinders to store gases and liquified gases up to 1 ...
5-12-2012 at 13:26
by: Yamato71
Unusual primary
I really haven't had enough experience with this mixture to be able to classify it with respect to i ...
5-12-2012 at 10:04
by: Yamato71
Unusual primary
Yes, I've read every word of those threads and then some. The purpose of my post was to point out t ...
5-12-2012 at 06:01
by: Yamato71
Unusual primary
Don't know, never tried it. I doubt it though. CadWeld uses granular flaked aluminum and CuO and t ...
4-12-2012 at 17:48
by: Yamato71
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