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Sodium chlorate is available in a 40 % mixture with NaCl.
25-10-2021 at 05:46
by: Bedlasky
Pretty Pictures (2)
Yeah, I really love that red lithium flame. Everytime I read something about coloured flames or pyro ...
24-10-2021 at 17:57
by: Bedlasky
Some experiments with cyanate ion
[rquote=666535&tid=158026&author=woelen]This might be the case, but on quite some websites, ...
24-10-2021 at 16:52
by: Bedlasky
Pretty Pictures (2)
I also tried methanol later. This time I replaced LiCl with CuCl2. And yes, flame has much better co ...
24-10-2021 at 10:01
by: Bedlasky
Some experiments with cyanate ion
I think that slight yellow tinge of AgNCO is caused by presence of silver carbonate. Your cyanate ce ...
24-10-2021 at 04:18
by: Bedlasky
Some experiments with cyanate ion
Very nice experiment! I also wanted to try this experiment, but I am lazy (at least for know) to mak ...
23-10-2021 at 18:02
by: Bedlasky
Pretty Pictures (2)
My girlfriend gave me empty bottles which are perfect for making alcohol burners :D. Left is H3BO3 i ...
19-10-2021 at 20:18
by: Bedlasky
Blue Flame
[Cu(dien)2](ClO4)2 and [Cu(tris)4](ClO4)2 produce nice blue flames.
19-10-2021 at 19:54
by: Bedlasky
Sodium chloride and sodium nitrate seperation.
HNO3 reacts with HCl to form nitrosyl chloride and chlorine.
12-10-2021 at 04:28
by: Bedlasky
Oxidation of SO2 to SO3 in pyrosulfuryl chloride
Persulfate????
1-10-2021 at 05:26
by: Bedlasky
What does your periodic table look like? (collection)
Probably by electrolysis of pertechnate solution, I read something about that few days ago.
27-9-2021 at 14:11
by: Bedlasky
What does your periodic table look like? (collection)
I don't know, I am not the seller. I was also wondering.

[Edited on 27-9-2021 by Bedlasky]
27-9-2021 at 10:51
by: Bedlasky
What does your periodic table look like? (collection)
If you are rich, you can buy Tc sample from Oxymet for 415 €.

[url]https://onyxmet.com/index.ph ...
27-9-2021 at 08:38
by: Bedlasky
The reaction of chlorosulfonic acid with different metals
[url]https://woelen.homescience.net/science/chem/exps/HSO3Cl/index.html[/url]

20-9-2021 at 16:13
by: Bedlasky
Isolating a deliquescent crystals from a saturated solution
I think yes, I have once solution of very very soluble salt, which refused to crystallize, so I must ...
17-9-2021 at 11:12
by: Bedlasky
Help with Cs2cucl4 (cesium tetrachlorocuprate II) preparation
Caesium salt is insoluble.

[url]https://woelen.homescience.net/science/chem/exps/CsCuCl3/index.ht ...
16-9-2021 at 14:23
by: Bedlasky
Why technetium and promethium doesn't have a stable isotope?
Hi

Why technetium and promethium doesn't have a stable isotope? Technetium is in the middle of th ...
14-9-2021 at 13:41
by: Bedlasky
Beryllium compounds
I don't know why. I read it in book. Sometimes isn't easy to make hydrated salt from anhydrous one. ...
10-9-2021 at 08:15
by: Bedlasky
Beryllium compounds
Woelen: Product from BeO + conc. H2SO4 will be anhydrous BeSO4, which is insoluble (soluble is only ...
9-9-2021 at 06:30
by: Bedlasky
Buying chemicals in Poland "OTC"
I can by KMnO4 without any declaration in my country.
3-9-2021 at 09:30
by: Bedlasky
Aluminum a rare earth metal ?


[rquote=664672&tid=157872&author=clearly_not_atara]To me, conceptually, Al seems to fit ...
30-8-2021 at 07:14
by: Bedlasky
Potassium bromate and iodide long term storage
KI is just mildly hygroscopic, this isn't problem at all. Old samples contain very small amount of i ...
30-8-2021 at 07:04
by: Bedlasky
Nitrate, sulphate or chloride?
Sulphates are very good for growing crystals (especially double sulfates). Some chlorides also have ...
23-8-2021 at 08:18
by: Bedlasky
sulfur charring?
I think, that cooling of the sulfur is still too much quick and you end up with amorphous sulfur. It ...
20-8-2021 at 03:53
by: Bedlasky
Sodium tetrachloroaluminate
I doubt that you can make anhydrous product from aqueous solution.
18-8-2021 at 06:52
by: Bedlasky
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