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RLMAO!!
[quote][i]Originally posted by Ajantis[/i]
I had no problems with the procedure exept when adding n ...
4-8-2005 at 08:28
by: Joeychemist
Picric acid: different instructions
US patent 2890240 relates to, and deals with the purification of aspirin via crystallization from ac ...
21-7-2005 at 22:34
by: Joeychemist
Nitrated Petroleum
I'm (particularly) talking about the super expensive stuff that I put in my truck :P Just plain ...
21-7-2005 at 16:29
by: Joeychemist
Nitrated Petroleum
75ml of 70% HNO3 was added to 150ml of 96% H2SO4 and allowed to cool to 15C, to this was then added ...
21-7-2005 at 14:26
by: Joeychemist
Nitrated Petroleum
No
9-7-2005 at 10:57
by: Joeychemist
Nitrated Petroleum
Does anyone have experience with this compound (or compounds)?

I am very interested in this expl ...
8-7-2005 at 12:35
by: Joeychemist
TMDD
There is that thread or…

[url=http://www.sciencemadness.org/talk/viewthread.php?tid=32]http://w ...
8-6-2005 at 23:29
by: Joeychemist
Differing Effects of Red vs. White HNO3 in a Nitration
I would assume that your HNO3 had decomposed a little while you were distilling it over and some NO2 ...
2-6-2005 at 21:28
by: Joeychemist
DPPP and other issues.
Yes that is Hideki, (or J scan, or whatever he wants to be called), He posted the same procedure and ...
3-5-2005 at 00:45
by: Joeychemist
DPPP and other issues.
LMAO!!:D

Hideki really doesn’t give up does he? What a tard:P

I think that it is a great ide ...
3-5-2005 at 00:26
by: Joeychemist
Nitric acid from ammonium nitrate?
[quote][i]Originally posted by Quince[/i]
What I took away from that thread is that 1:1 molar ratio ...
17-4-2005 at 19:03
by: Joeychemist
FTP Server #2
That's one hell of a vacation they let you swedish boys have:):D


I still can't upload ...
14-4-2005 at 15:49
by: Joeychemist
Differing Effects of Red vs. White HNO3 in a Nitration
HNO3 undergoes partial decomposition at its boiling point (about 86 C), higher temperatures will cau ...
13-4-2005 at 15:18
by: Joeychemist
LOX/ your favorite combustible
What you are referring to is a Sprengle class of liquid oxygen explosives where a porous bag or cart ...
7-4-2005 at 13:57
by: Joeychemist
FTP Server #2
Gtacchi, you’re a real piece of work?:mad:

You simply stole the entire RogueScience ftp content ...
5-4-2005 at 09:47
by: Joeychemist
What should I have in my lab?
It depends what your making in the lab. Here are few links to get you started, just read around and ...
4-4-2005 at 11:59
by: Joeychemist
What should I have in my lab?
Before you start putting together a lab you will want to get a brain first:P:D;)

Stop double post ...
4-4-2005 at 11:29
by: Joeychemist
FTP Server #2
Why do you list the books you have instead of us guessing which books you may or may not have?:P
3-4-2005 at 15:12
by: Joeychemist
Nitrated Organic Acids & Salts
I too have Nitrated Glycine, but it is extremely exspensive around me so it was a two time deal. The ...
28-3-2005 at 08:57
by: Joeychemist
AP production involving electrolysis?
Even if it did work, do you guys really want to be making a primary explosive that is extremity sens ...
27-3-2005 at 11:00
by: Joeychemist
Sciencemadness is moving!
Damb!!:mad:

Org, your allways first:P

While the board was down I wondered into our library and ...
18-3-2005 at 16:56
by: Joeychemist
methyl nitrate
That should work!

It will also raise the density of the water in the solution and insure a cleane ...
14-3-2005 at 18:04
by: Joeychemist
methyl nitrate
“It isn't clear, it is slightly murky. I think I need to get rid of it quickly before it gets ...
13-3-2005 at 13:59
by: Joeychemist
Methylenediisonitramine
MEDNA will form explosive salts with; Barium, Cadmium, Calcium, Cesium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Mercury, ...
11-3-2005 at 18:10
by: Joeychemist
size of aluminum
LMAO!!!:P:P:D:D

You can't use Aluminum like that, you must use atomized, flaked or a very fi ...
8-3-2005 at 23:31
by: Joeychemist
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