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Hydrogen Peroxide and Carbonic Acid Reaction
And yes, I will salt it with a dash of copper salt in the fuel.
I planned on using iron salts to ma ...
13-9-2017 at 12:05
by: Hydrazine
Hydrogen Peroxide and Carbonic Acid Reaction
Interesting. While I considered a carbonic piranha reaction, I dismissed it because I thought the a ...
12-9-2017 at 16:17
by: Hydrazine
Hydrogen Peroxide and Carbonic Acid Reaction
I'm not so sure about that.
CO2 will react with water, endothermically, to form Carbonic acid. I ...
8-9-2017 at 11:36
by: Hydrazine
Hydrogen Peroxide and Carbonic Acid Reaction
No sodium or bases will be involved.
6-9-2017 at 16:56
by: Hydrazine
Hydrogen Peroxide and Carbonic Acid Reaction
Hello All,

I have a project where I would like to use 35% Hydrogen Peroxide as a low grade oxidiz ...
6-9-2017 at 12:35
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
OK. I see now.

This table is not applicable to my application. At least not directly.
It is a t ...
25-10-2008 at 05:11
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
I know this because when that value is plugged into a rocket propellant chemistry program (Propep), ...
24-10-2008 at 18:40
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
Yes, I agree adding the heat of formation of H2O2 and the heat of dilution will add up to the Solvey ...
24-10-2008 at 16:21
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
Hmmm.... Your saying that 0% is actually some infinitely small value greater than 0?

In any case ...
24-10-2008 at 13:39
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
Shoot... It doesn't work.

The heat of infinite dilution of 0% peroxide should equal the heat of ...
23-10-2008 at 18:54
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
That sounds plausible.

I'll plug a table of "heat of dilution" into excel, add it to the Solvey t ...
23-10-2008 at 06:54
by: Hydrazine
Rust solvent
[quote][i]Originally posted by 12AX7[/i]
Got a case of foot-in-mouth, have you? :P[/quote]

MSDS ...
22-10-2008 at 20:46
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
If the mol wt of H2O2 (34) is plugged into the denominator of anything but 100% peroxide it doesn't ...
22-10-2008 at 19:57
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
I don't have a problem with moles. 1 mol = 6.0225 × 10^23 number of molecules. That's the easy part ...
22-10-2008 at 15:34
by: Hydrazine
Rust solvent
I wouldn't use oxalic. Too poisonous for use on shoes.

Vinegar is a good start.

Dilute hydr ...
22-10-2008 at 12:21
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
Here is the Solvey chart.

Peroxide heat of formation of solutions
% btu/lb cal/gmol
0 -2413 - ...
22-10-2008 at 10:46
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
Somehow I doubt that.
I believe the listed enthalpy is correct.

I have another chart from a Bo ...
22-10-2008 at 10:20
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
[quote][i]Originally posted by sparkgap[/i]
Like I said, "gram mole" and "mole" are two different n ...
22-10-2008 at 09:55
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
I had to edit the water section of my prior post. There was a small error in it, but still.

Some ...
22-10-2008 at 09:51
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
Hmmmm. I'm still not clear on this.

"The conversion is obviously to divide the "kcal/mol" " I w ...
22-10-2008 at 09:33
by: Hydrazine
Delta Heat of Formation question
Hello everyone,

I have a question about units of conversion.

I have been trying to find the he ...
22-10-2008 at 06:57
by: Hydrazine
Low melting point energetic organic amines?
Hello all,

I am trying to find information on anhydrous, freebase, organic amines with a melting ...
21-10-2008 at 10:14
by: Hydrazine

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