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Electrolysis of Aqueous Sodium Chloride
[quote][i]Originally posted by Mahlzahn[/i]
You think your calculation accurate ?[/quote]
yes
[qu ...
1-5-2005 at 06:56
by: uber luminal
Electrolysis of Aqueous Sodium Chloride
it would actualy depend on what voltage was used.

by definition, your friend is right.

2H2O ...
30-4-2005 at 23:48
by: uber luminal
Avoiding ozone
if your going to run this experiment for long periods of time, with you or others in the area, you m ...
30-4-2005 at 23:22
by: uber luminal
Electrode material that won't oxidize?
an inexpensive alternative... could the experiment be done under inert gas?
30-4-2005 at 09:29
by: uber luminal
Electrode material that won't oxidize?
yes, the MP of copper is below the constrained temp. However its thermal properties are great for ge ...
30-4-2005 at 09:23
by: uber luminal
sapphire?
make the hole with something besides abrasive working?
29-4-2005 at 16:13
by: uber luminal
Electrode material that won't oxidize?
Tungsten takes a good amount of heat before it starts to react with air in a short amt of time (days ...
29-4-2005 at 16:11
by: uber luminal
Electrode material that won't oxidize?
[quote][i]Originally posted by Quince[/i]
electrodes, that will last at possibly close to 1600*C in ...
29-4-2005 at 11:07
by: uber luminal
From where are you?
[quote][i]Originally posted by chloric1[/i]
[quote][i]Originally posted by 12AX7[/i]
Yeah, but you ...
29-4-2005 at 10:44
by: uber luminal
sapphire?
If you just need it for its surface...

sapphire/ruby, aka Corundum aka Al2O3 which is found on ev ...
29-4-2005 at 10:07
by: uber luminal
From where are you?
[quote][i]Originally posted by 12AX7[/i]
Yeah, but you Latins also laugh because you're invadi ...
28-4-2005 at 22:38
by: uber luminal
Introduction!!! (Hello Y'all!!!)
I do have a few questions about hazwaste actualy...

i have a garbage bag full of silver cyanide, ...
21-4-2005 at 22:33
by: uber luminal
Introduction!!! (Hello Y'all!!!)
I imagine a Hazmat crew doesnt get asked silly questions. Its probably more like... Uh There was an ...
20-4-2005 at 14:45
by: uber luminal
More stuff
The pic for today is the chamber view for one of the smaller melters. It goes with the AlCuSi sample ...
12-4-2005 at 13:27
by: uber luminal
Arc melting...
[quote][i]Originally posted by 12AX7[/i]
Neato!

- Why bother arc melting something which is easy ...
12-4-2005 at 08:12
by: uber luminal
Copper oxides removing...
i have a better idea. Send the silver coins to me...
I can seperate the silver from the other meta ...
12-4-2005 at 01:05
by: uber luminal
Arc melting...
Here is another teaser. (note the lack of "technology" shown). I am starting to melt an A ...
12-4-2005 at 00:55
by: uber luminal
Arc melting...
I had planned to upload several pictures of the arc melters I use and have built. However it came to ...
12-4-2005 at 00:40
by: uber luminal
Random stuff I could try?
if your looking for something to do with common chemicals, search google or whatever engine for  ...
11-4-2005 at 13:58
by: uber luminal
SECURE YOUR GAS MASK!!
the important part of the gas mask is the filter. You could buy a chemical resistant half mask, put ...
10-4-2005 at 19:25
by: uber luminal
should probably make a different thread on this side topic but...
what do you mean by...

"An injection molded girder?"

I was just saying that crystal ...
10-4-2005 at 19:19
by: uber luminal
Copper oxides removing...
cyclonite4:
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I have a few silver coins lying around, would I use the same solution, or perh ...
10-4-2005 at 19:09
by: uber luminal
Is chemical education being cramped by current safety regulations?
this should represent US, HS education with reg's. 2nd ed and uni's run a little different ...
10-4-2005 at 17:00
by: uber luminal
atmospheric combustion of Al (foil)
yea the video's black powder is... weird? Perhaps its a difference of Al alloys? The size of t ...
9-4-2005 at 17:47
by: uber luminal
atmospheric combustion of Al (foil)
[quote][i]Originally posted by Mr. Wizard[/i]
One side of the foil is rather dull, and may have a P ...
8-4-2005 at 14:09
by: uber luminal
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