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I suspect that the green colour is due more to copper impurities in the silver and gold, since silve ...
20-4-2018 at 13:58
by: DraconicAcid
Everyday Chemistry
The other day I made some propyl salicylate, because I want my organic students to make an ester tha ...
20-4-2018 at 13:55
by: DraconicAcid
Pretty Pictures (2)
[rquote=514848&tid=26378&author=Tsjerk]Not exactly salen, but close enough and with very OTC ...
19-4-2018 at 11:04
by: DraconicAcid
Pretty Pictures (2)
I work at a college, so I cheat- I can basically order anything I like as long as it's not too expen ...
19-4-2018 at 10:12
by: DraconicAcid
The Short Questions Thread (4)
[rquote=514559&tid=25055&author=Sulaiman]To test my diethyl ether for peroxide I intend maki ...
17-4-2018 at 08:58
by: DraconicAcid
The Short Questions Thread (4)
[rquote=514574&tid=25055&author=TheMrbunGee]
Heating the hexahydrate in the range 66-133 ° ...
17-4-2018 at 08:47
by: DraconicAcid
Pretty Pictures (2)
I just made some salen. One of the simplest, quickest organic reactions I've ever done. Too bad th ...
17-4-2018 at 08:39
by: DraconicAcid
Calculating Maximum possible combinations
[rquote=514397&tid=81975&author=JJay]Whether DraconicAcid is correct or whether everyone els ...
15-4-2018 at 17:33
by: DraconicAcid
Calculating Maximum possible combinations
If you don't allow repetition, then you've got 118 choices for the first element, 117 for the second ...
15-4-2018 at 12:14
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
[rquote=514290&tid=81800&author=AJKOER]
Or, the cuprous is already present (assuming as a s ...
15-4-2018 at 07:45
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
[rquote=514240&tid=81800&author=AJKOER]To me your claimed 'not relevant' net reaction:

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14-4-2018 at 16:46
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
[rquote=514238&tid=81800&author=AJKOER] Possibly, but why could Chromium acetate have such a ...
14-4-2018 at 16:11
by: DraconicAcid
Telling apart Potash from Cinnabar
[rquote=489398&tid=75798&author=ave369][rquote=489396&tid=75798&author=yeah]In these ...
14-4-2018 at 10:54
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
[rquote=514160&tid=81800&author=AJKOER]
Good guess on my part, but I would not be surprised ...
14-4-2018 at 09:32
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
That's a stupid discussion. The conjugate base of a weak acid is a weak base, regardless of resonan ...
12-4-2018 at 07:58
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
Because acetate ion is a significant base, and because he's boiling it, which means that acetic acid ...
12-4-2018 at 07:29
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
The observed reaction can be explained without reference to redox reactions.
11-4-2018 at 17:57
by: DraconicAcid
Last chemical order?
I just got some salicaldehyde and o-anisaldehyde, both so that my students can oxidize them to the a ...
10-4-2018 at 11:11
by: DraconicAcid
Copper Acetate reducing (to CuO) while boiling? It just happened...
That's not reduction. If the solution does not have excess acetic acid in it, it will hydrolyze to ...
7-4-2018 at 17:39
by: DraconicAcid
Copper (ii) Oxide Powder from Wire Scraps
[rquote=513365&tid=81755&author=Tungsten.Chromium]
I think this is the route I am going to ...
6-4-2018 at 20:31
by: DraconicAcid
Deep Joy
The majority of alchemy was discarded when it was found to not work, just like astrology and other s ...
5-4-2018 at 14:21
by: DraconicAcid
Copper (ii) Oxide Powder from Wire Scraps
I've found that copper(II) oxide filters out much more easily than copper(II) hydroxide.
5-4-2018 at 09:22
by: DraconicAcid
Copper (ii) Oxide Powder from Wire Scraps
I'm not sure how thoroughly the copper powder will oxidize in air. If I were you, I'd react the cop ...
5-4-2018 at 08:48
by: DraconicAcid
Reduction of KCr(SO4)2
Strong reducing agents in aqueous solution will only take Cr(III) to Cr(II), IIRC.
2-4-2018 at 11:51
by: DraconicAcid
Everyday Chemistry
Hmmm....I was just looking up various esters to see what else I could add to our esters lab, and I f ...
31-3-2018 at 09:56
by: DraconicAcid
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