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Polarity of methanol
This has got me thinking. Does the plate of a charged capacitor contain ions? When charged up, one s ...
16-9-2021 at 06:32
by: Metallophile
Polarity of methanol
I don't think there is any relationship between molecular polarity and bulk electric charge. The mai ...
15-9-2021 at 04:33
by: Metallophile
How toxic are Beryllium compounds really ?
[rquote=665052&tid=157905&author=vano]Sodium chloride produced in your country also has a wa ...
9-9-2021 at 08:38
by: Metallophile
Making the H2/Cl2 Explosion More Interesting
[rquote=664671&tid=157871&author=Junk_Enginerd]Is really [i]only[/i] chlorine gas generated ...
29-8-2021 at 19:38
by: Metallophile
How to seal a stainless steel retort ?
[rquote=664613&tid=157814&author=metalresearcher]
I think some K metal is condensed and fro ...
28-8-2021 at 13:01
by: Metallophile
Any uses for lithium metal
[rquote=663724&tid=157782&author=metalresearcher]You can make potassium metal by heating KCl ...
25-8-2021 at 15:17
by: Metallophile
Sodium, I've done it!
Could the produced sodium have aluminum mixed with it?
23-8-2021 at 17:29
by: Metallophile
Electrolysis of Sodium Iodide to get Iodine
I tried electrolyzing a KI solution, but my electrodes kept eroding away. I tried it with both nicke ...
10-8-2021 at 18:36
by: Metallophile
High voltage sparkgap
Either reduce the gap so the arc does not extinguish, or add a switch on the low voltage side to all ...
9-8-2021 at 10:52
by: Metallophile
Aluminum Factory Explosion
I did find a good video on this subject, and it looks like molten Al + H2O really can explode like t ...
30-7-2021 at 07:21
by: Metallophile
Aluminum Factory Explosion
"Very hot metal and water... No chemistry, just physics."

Are you sure about that? I have a frien ...
23-7-2021 at 07:22
by: Metallophile
Aluminum Factory Explosion
I recently saw some videos of an aluminum plant in China, which exploded due to flooding. The blasts ...
23-7-2021 at 06:08
by: Metallophile
Prices of Palladium and Rhodium have SKYROCKETED - here's what I see happening.
I had the same thinking about osmium. It's still fixed at $400/oz, while everything else has skyrock ...
24-5-2021 at 07:30
by: Metallophile
Speculative investments in chemical elements
I just got this today! I've been eyeing some Ru too.
6-4-2021 at 09:58
by: Metallophile
My selenium compounds
Very nice! I always click on your posts, to see what new colors you've come up with.
23-3-2021 at 16:14
by: Metallophile
Speculative investments in chemical elements
I bought 500g of Te for the same reason. It's very rare, and now I have a nice chunk of it. I think ...
11-3-2021 at 09:13
by: Metallophile
MEK & substitute at big box stores & online - be careful what you order
Methanol is only mentioned in the one place. Everything else in that SDS refers to MEK. I wonder if ...
14-2-2021 at 13:15
by: Metallophile
Can you make bromine in the separatory funnel?
What is the best way to dry bromine? I tried CaCl2, but it seemed to break apart and contaminate the ...
5-2-2021 at 12:48
by: Metallophile
Homemade and Repurposed Lab Gear
[rquote=654175&tid=61783&author=Johnny Cappone]BTW: If any english speakers watch the video, ...
1-2-2021 at 13:36
by: Metallophile
Why do Mg salts not color the flame ?
The green and turquoise lines around 520 and 500nm look kind of like Titanium to me. It has a whole ...
26-1-2021 at 11:46
by: Metallophile
Iodine storage, what happened?
I've had good luck with these glass vials with Teflon lined caps, that I bought from McMaster-Carr. ...
26-1-2021 at 07:40
by: Metallophile
Low(est) boiling point salts?
Indium(III) bromide has a B.P. of 656C. From the trend, maybe the iodide is lower? Indium is suppose ...
18-1-2021 at 13:13
by: Metallophile
Help understanding DIY discharge tube emission spectrums
Are you running the pump to maintain vacuum, or do you have a valve to close? I'm guessing any small ...
12-1-2021 at 17:53
by: Metallophile
Radiophobia?
Is Uranium glazed dishware actually dangerous?

[url=https://www.burlingtoncountytimes.com/story/n ...
10-1-2021 at 11:06
by: Metallophile
Gallium (II) iodide
Wikipedia says this is a mixed valence compound of Ga(I) and Ga(III). This page on "GaI" is pretty i ...
31-12-2020 at 10:10
by: Metallophile
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