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Vacuum furnace?
hah. The patent said 10w/percent tungsten alloy with the balance Ta.

10 w/percent W is about 8.7 ...
26-6-2005 at 21:12
by: uber luminal
Vacuum furnace?
[quote]
Errr, wha?
Even if there were radon in the gas to begin with, it would decay to lead withi ...
26-6-2005 at 07:51
by: uber luminal
Vacuum furnace?
- air does act as an insulator. but some gas is needed to strip electrons from. No ions/electrons, ...
25-6-2005 at 23:31
by: uber luminal
Vacuum furnace?
[quote][i]Originally posted by 12AX7[/i]
Are you heating it internally or externally, and for what ...
25-6-2005 at 10:58
by: uber luminal
What is the most ignorant thing you have ever done while conducting an experiment?
I'll add one to the list. Today I was etching with conc HF solution. I wear the typical 2 layer ...
23-6-2005 at 18:01
by: uber luminal
too tall
I have the same problem as rouge chemist. im 6'3" and not a in the shape of a marshmallow, ...
21-6-2005 at 23:30
by: uber luminal
How to purify a chemical to analytical grade
buying it pure might be cheaper.
16-6-2005 at 12:33
by: uber luminal
Copper/brass plating & drinking safety
[quote]No, I didn't mean I plated with the copper sulfate, I meant that I electroplated with a ...
16-6-2005 at 05:53
by: uber luminal
Voltage Data to text file
small budget because its not included in the project funds. I agree that my time on the job is worth ...
7-6-2005 at 06:54
by: uber luminal
Tantalum
send it to me. or make it into foil.
7-6-2005 at 06:42
by: uber luminal
Voltage Data to text file
[quote][i]Originally posted by Lambda[/i]
[quote][i]Originally posted by Archimede[/i]
Feed us som ...
6-6-2005 at 18:54
by: uber luminal
What is the most ignorant thing you have ever done while conducting an experiment?
I think drawing attention to it like that in itself makes you just as kewl.
4-6-2005 at 22:23
by: uber luminal
picky
why does everyone call it thermite? I recall the spelling is just Thermit? (for the trade name) oth ...
3-6-2005 at 01:24
by: uber luminal
Voltage Data to text file
thanks twospoons for the tips. I will see how this turns out.

Er.. and I never said anything abou ...
2-6-2005 at 00:59
by: uber luminal
Voltage Data to text file
yes, I am aware of the mic being used. In fact I know this works, just by plugging a type k thermoco ...
1-6-2005 at 06:28
by: uber luminal
Chemical calculator poll
looks like an advertisement to me. maybe if shortcuts were actually educational, or they didnt cost ...
29-5-2005 at 00:13
by: uber luminal
Voltage Data to text file
Has anyone worked with any equipment,( or know of a way to make something work) that takes voltage d ...
18-5-2005 at 16:50
by: uber luminal
Copper electroplating
when choosing materials to go into an electrolysis bath, you must allways give their standard reduct ...
18-5-2005 at 08:25
by: uber luminal
Copper electroplating
Copper Sulfate is what I use for my plating projects.
IRC the concentration only matters against t ...
17-5-2005 at 23:34
by: uber luminal
Pt electroplating
the reason Pt is used as an 'inert' electrode is because most other things will reduce or ...
11-5-2005 at 22:43
by: uber luminal
Container as cathode?
as response to the actual question... Yes, you could use the container as the cathode of anode. Keep ...
11-5-2005 at 22:35
by: uber luminal
Mercury and Aluminium
Its not really the need for Ga or Hg on Al.

Its the need for a liquid metal who's phase diag ...
11-5-2005 at 22:28
by: uber luminal
Arc melting...
fantastic. someone interested :) Prepare for rambling!

is that 50/50 as w% or volume%? I think we ...
8-5-2005 at 10:09
by: uber luminal
Electrode material that won't oxidize?
can they be made at home? and can they be fused to metal (Cu esp).

I say yes. But even I would ha ...
2-5-2005 at 05:37
by: uber luminal
Avoiding ozone
right, so my question is... If O3 can't be within the plasma, and if there is enough EMR to bre ...
1-5-2005 at 07:06
by: uber luminal
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