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Potassium chlorate > Sodium Chlorate
Maybe you can convert KClO3 to NaClO3 in another solvement, but in water it is impossible.
28-1-2006 at 01:47
by: mantis
Hydrogen reducing copper ions
It will also work under pressure, without Pt or Pd.
But I think you need only some dust of these me ...
28-1-2006 at 01:44
by: mantis
Stock System
both answers are correct.
You can say the oxidation number, but you must not. It is better, in the ...
27-1-2006 at 14:20
by: mantis
Hydrogen reducing copper ions
Pt(or Pd)+H2 should be better, because in this case the hydrogen is atomic.
27-1-2006 at 14:07
by: mantis
Benzene synthesis
I heard about the dehydrogenation of cyclohexan or cyclohexen, with metallic palladium as catalyst. ...
27-1-2006 at 12:13
by: mantis
Benzene synthesis
What about phenol?
27-1-2006 at 10:52
by: mantis
My version of Hexamine synthesis
But I can use the TCCA to oxidize a primary alcohol to the acid?
18-1-2006 at 12:45
by: mantis
My version of Hexamine synthesis
can I use TCCA to oxidize Methanol (or other alcohol) to formaldehyde (or other aldehydes) and whats ...
18-1-2006 at 12:01
by: mantis
Mr. Anonymous: HgCl2 prep
In dont think that Hg will react at room temperatures with chlorine.
But maybe..
18-1-2006 at 11:54
by: mantis
Oxidation of Mn2+ to MnO2
what about H2O2?
But I think using air oxi. agent would be the best and cheapest way, maybe it will ...
16-1-2006 at 11:34
by: mantis
I think your reaction has produced benzoic acid. You have not chlorinated the toluen, hypochlorides ...
15-1-2006 at 02:37
by: mantis
Acetaldehyde synthesis
A good and clean way to produce acetaldehyd is the oxidation of lactic acid by H2O2:
CH3-CH(OH)-CO ...
20-7-2005 at 11:10
by: mantis
Bromine Source and Synthesis
You can produce bromine with conc. sulphuric acid and potasium bromide.
It reacts in two steps:
H2 ...
17-7-2005 at 01:54
by: mantis

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