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Colorful molybdate and tungstate complexes with Cu+ and VO2+
I have multiple sources, it is hard to find decent info about Mo chemistry (and with W chemistry it ...
21-1-2021 at 14:03
by: Bedlasky
Colorful molybdate and tungstate complexes with Cu+ and VO2+
No, this was just test tube research. V(IV) heteropolymolybdate have very very intense purple colour ...
21-1-2021 at 13:18
by: Bedlasky
Copper Pyrophosphate?
Red.
20-1-2021 at 17:33
by: Bedlasky
Purple acid, N2O2HSO4
Diachrynic: I found paper about reaction of Cu(0), Cu+ and Cu2+ with NO in strong acids. End product ...
20-1-2021 at 12:03
by: Bedlasky
Copper Pyrophosphate?
Vano: No, I don't mean NH4MnP2O7. I mean soluble complex [Mn(H2P2O7)3]3-. It's formed by oxidation o ...
20-1-2021 at 11:26
by: Bedlasky
KFe(CrO4)2 very easy
I don't think that ammonium salt look different.
20-1-2021 at 11:15
by: Bedlasky
Copper Pyrophosphate?
Bazaleel: Where do you see ammonium ions in the reaction between potassium (or sodium) pyrophosphate ...
19-1-2021 at 12:24
by: Bedlasky
Copper Pyrophosphate?
Yes, double displacement is possible, but add excess of copper salt. Pyrophosphates are very good li ...
18-1-2021 at 22:32
by: Bedlasky
Copper dibromodiiodocadmate
Vano: But Woelen spoke about Cu2[CdBr4], not about Cu[CdBr4]. You need firstly reduce copper with me ...
18-1-2021 at 10:35
by: Bedlasky
Making phosphorescent materials
Stibium: Very nice results! I recently read about Ln3+/Yb3+ dopped CaWO4 phosphors and I plan to mak ...
17-1-2021 at 13:25
by: Bedlasky
Manganese gluconate (& other gluconates)
Lot of manganese(II) salts are not very interesting in colour, because they are just white. A made m ...
14-1-2021 at 22:54
by: Bedlasky
Polarity and condensation physics
[rquote=653084&tid=156901&author=DraconicAcid]Lone pairs? In a d or f subshell? Not a chan ...
13-1-2021 at 22:19
by: Bedlasky
Polarity and condensation physics
Tetrahedral UF4? No way. Lets consider that you have UF4 in gaseous state - - > divided to single ...
13-1-2021 at 21:21
by: Bedlasky
Polarity and condensation physics
Octane is longer than propane, have more C-H bonds, there is more space for van der Walls forces tha ...
13-1-2021 at 19:59
by: Bedlasky
Purple acid, N2O2HSO4
Plinius: Welcome to the forum! I never thought that such a rare compound can be produce during indus ...
13-1-2021 at 12:25
by: Bedlasky
hydrobenzamide from benzaldehyde and ammonia
Very nice yield, Fery! Using ethanolic NH3 is good improvement :).
12-1-2021 at 06:48
by: Bedlasky
How to make Sodium chlorite??
Woelen: Maybe you are right. In the link I posted in my original post says:

Even though steps are ...
12-1-2021 at 03:40
by: Bedlasky
How to make Sodium chlorite??
[rquote=652969&tid=156885&author=woelen]It is made commercially by reducing NaClO3 with H2O2 ...
11-1-2021 at 13:03
by: Bedlasky
Mercury selenite
[rquote=652957&tid=156883&author=vano]It is clear. In short it is really selenite.[/rquote]
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11-1-2021 at 12:58
by: Bedlasky
Sodium orthoargentite. Green compound
Sorry, I didn't realized that.

[rquote=652947&tid=156882&author=DraconicAcid][rquote=6529 ...
11-1-2021 at 12:56
by: Bedlasky
How to make Sodium chlorite??
[url]http://www.madehow.com/Volume-6/Sodium-Chlorite.html[/url]

In shortcut:

Chlorate + reduci ...
11-1-2021 at 12:54
by: Bedlasky
Mercury selenite
It is possible.

Here is good example - NiSO4. This is what english wiki says about its hydrates:
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11-1-2021 at 10:00
by: Bedlasky
Mercury selenite
Did you dry it at room temperature or at higher temperature? This can change amount of water of hydr ...
11-1-2021 at 09:04
by: Bedlasky
Sodium orthoargentite. Green compound
Why not? Silver is also transition metal.
11-1-2021 at 08:59
by: Bedlasky
Sodium orthoargentite. Green compound
Sometimes these orthosalts have quite different colours than their meta analogues. Look at perrhenat ...
10-1-2021 at 16:07
by: Bedlasky
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