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Pyrolyzing plastic waste: useful ?
I was just thinking of trying to get formaldehyde from broken my broken Keck clips. They are apparen ...
18-6-2022 at 02:14
by: Σldritch
Reaction of sulfur and TCCA
I think you misunderstood what i meant, perhaps i should have gone with a picture instead but i was ...
7-6-2022 at 22:14
by: Σldritch
Reaction of sulfur and TCCA
I came across this thread while looking for a simple way to make Cyanuric Chloride. The idea i had w ...
7-6-2022 at 02:18
by: Σldritch
Condensed Plasmoids (LENR)
I've been looking for and through some of the references of this paper but i am yet get to that boo ...
22-4-2022 at 10:20
by: Σldritch
Condensed Plasmoids (LENR)
You did not read the paper, yes? I suggest you do before dissmissing it. I think you will be pleasan ...
20-4-2022 at 15:51
by: Σldritch
Condensed Plasmoids (LENR)
I thought this was interesting and well worth a read: http://condensed-plasmoids.com/index.html

I ...
20-4-2022 at 11:57
by: Σldritch
Molcalc: A nice website i found i think could benefit the forum
Have anyone else checked out [url=https://molcalc.org/]this[/url] website? Not only is it a useful t ...
15-11-2021 at 02:05
by: Σldritch
Some insight into transition metal-oxygen chemistry (MO4, MO6 ions)
Im not sure i would trust those calculations too much. In the paper ([url=https://pubs.rsc.org/en/co ...
25-9-2021 at 07:11
by: Σldritch
Some insight into transition metal-oxygen chemistry (MO4, MO6 ions)
[rquote=665567&tid=157961&author=DraconicAcid]The 18 electron rule applies to low-valent met ...
23-9-2021 at 00:56
by: Σldritch
Some insight into transition metal-oxygen chemistry (MO4, MO6 ions)
[rquote=665544&tid=157961&author=DraconicAcid]Atomistry, in my experience, is full of non-ve ...
22-9-2021 at 13:06
by: Σldritch
Some insight into transition metal-oxygen chemistry (MO4, MO6 ions)
[rquote=665534&tid=157961&author=Sulaiman]Just out of curiosity ;
What tests could positive ...
22-9-2021 at 05:27
by: Σldritch
Some insight into transition metal-oxygen chemistry (MO4, MO6 ions)
A few years ago i stumbled across this line while browsing atomistry ([url=http://nickel.atomistry.c ...
22-9-2021 at 03:11
by: Σldritch
Gamma Amino Butanal from GABA
Not to familiar with that reaction but can you not just form the lactam and reduce that? Looking at ...
4-1-2021 at 23:52
by: Σldritch
Sample analysis in Europe
Pictures would not be very interesting it is just a black. I have not isolated it yet either but it ...
18-12-2020 at 13:47
by: Σldritch
Sample analysis in Europe
I think i may have accidentaly made a unusual allotrope of carbon and would like to have a sample an ...
18-12-2020 at 10:59
by: Σldritch
shock sensitive mixtures of KNO3
I tried making nitrites that way because i read the polysulfides reduce the nitrate. I never got any ...
10-12-2020 at 23:19
by: Σldritch
Gallium Fulminate?
Lead, mercury, silver and copper fulminate are relatively stable because they are soft/moderatly sof ...
2-12-2020 at 03:17
by: Σldritch
Steel wool on hot plate for even heating??
I usually put one layer of aluminium foil around RBFs/beakers and most of the hotplate surface to ke ...
30-11-2020 at 09:44
by: Σldritch
Very OTC Sodium NItrite
Maybe it could be beneficial. But depends on what you are optimizing for, if it is yield from nitrat ...
6-11-2020 at 11:27
by: Σldritch
Very OTC Sodium NItrite
Im still here but as i no longer have year round access to my lab i can usually not add much to the ...
5-11-2020 at 14:42
by: Σldritch
Very OTC Sodium NItrite
Nice to see someone actually giving this a try! Some this i learned while doing this when making nit ...
5-11-2020 at 06:52
by: Σldritch
Small scale production of H2SO4 in the amateur lab
I just had a crazy idea of how to make sulfuric acid. As we all know sulfuric acid can be made by ad ...
30-9-2020 at 00:33
by: Σldritch
TFA via oxidation of R-1234yf?
If you are looking for cheap reagents i think air is pretty good. Im planning trying to go for TFA a ...
23-9-2020 at 00:40
by: Σldritch
Catalalytic effects of radioactive decay
Ah, i was unclear. I did not mean secondary nuclear activation, but chemical. If you get one activat ...
18-8-2020 at 03:33
by: Σldritch
SO3 from either high voltage ozone or direct arc oxidation?
Is ther goal Sulfur Trioxide or oleum? I think a lot depends on whether or not you can have nitrogen ...
16-8-2020 at 11:01
by: Σldritch
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