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Teflon bonding
I came across this which offered some possible insight for glueing Teflon. And I see you can buy "Ar ...
8-5-2021 at 20:24
by: Morgan
Teflon bonding
What might this be made of? Watching another Teflon bonding video by another company, they used supe ...
6-5-2021 at 18:12
by: Morgan
Short question / quick answer - Thread
On eBay teflon tubing is described as S, T, or L from Chinese sellers. They sometimes list it as a s ...
6-5-2021 at 03:34
by: Morgan
A Solar Flare can ruin your whole day
Lots of fun facts to ponder here. A good synopsis
The Carrington Event | Fascinating Horror
https ...
4-5-2021 at 09:32
by: Morgan
The chlorate candle
Tidbit - Candles a little after the 10 minute mark.
How Do Nuclear Submarines Make Oxygen?-
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29-4-2021 at 12:59
by: Morgan
A few exotic compositions
Magnesium and MgSO4 burns pretty good for something different.
19-4-2021 at 11:22
by: Morgan
oh my god! 2900$ for a mortar???
I really don't know how they are measuring hardness, just what I read.

"The team measured the har ...
17-4-2021 at 14:48
by: Morgan
I want to hear your favorite chemistry demonstrations
I saw this repurposed device that might be handy for some demonstrations. There're some for less tha ...
17-4-2021 at 07:48
by: Morgan
oh my god! 2900$ for a mortar???
I tried to find specific uses for a titanium mortar and pestles but couldn't locate any information. ...
15-4-2021 at 15:08
by: Morgan
oh my god! 2900$ for a mortar???
I remember telling a pulsejet enthusiast titanium wouldn't be a good choice for making a pulsejet. H ...
15-4-2021 at 12:23
by: Morgan
oh my god! 2900$ for a mortar???
I wonder if you could press/stamp form a bowl or mortar shape if you bought a round sheet or plate o ...
14-4-2021 at 07:16
by: Morgan
oh my god! 2900$ for a mortar???
That brought to mind some "pestle shapes" I bought at some industrial supply store for cheap. They w ...
13-4-2021 at 10:43
by: Morgan
I want to hear your favorite chemistry demonstrations
Here's a clever variation on a theme. Sometimes you see a sleeve over the tube to modulate the pitch ...
9-4-2021 at 07:29
by: Morgan
Homemade Gas Burner - The poorman's Bunsen Burner
I was reading about the Irish physicist John Tyndall and a steatite or soapstone burner used from th ...
8-4-2021 at 08:58
by: Morgan
Nitric oxide/antiviral nose spray for COVID-19
Tidbit via Wiki ...
"The 1998 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded for discovering nit ...
22-3-2021 at 12:14
by: Morgan
Nitric oxide/antiviral nose spray for COVID-19
Just wondering what chemicals might be used to generate the nitric oxide.

“It normally comes in ...
22-3-2021 at 11:35
by: Morgan
Large Quartz Tubes For Cheap? - Patio Heater
If you tune in starting a little after the 14:30 mark there's this Applied Science cautionary tale. ...
17-3-2021 at 16:28
by: Morgan
I want to hear your favorite chemistry demonstrations
[rquote=473291&tid=28848&author=Morgan]Yesterday I was toying with a pale yellow mushroom th ...
24-2-2021 at 11:29
by: Morgan
Materials science of spore motors
I guess the cannon fungus accelerates its spores pretty fast. It's amazing how an environment over t ...
23-2-2021 at 16:40
by: Morgan
Materials science of spore motors
I found this clip of Astraeus hygrometricus expanding. It's method of curling up in dry conditions p ...
23-2-2021 at 09:28
by: Morgan
Materials science of spore motors
Maybe of interest - motive subject matter. From the link in the video.
"Rapid plant movements, such ...
22-2-2021 at 06:48
by: Morgan
Materials science of spore motors
Maybe of interest - motive subject matter. From the link in the video.
"Rapid plant movements, such ...
22-2-2021 at 06:40
by: Morgan
Materials science of spore motors
This isn't a spore motor but it's another hygroscopic motor of sorts in the plant world. One evening ...
17-2-2021 at 10:00
by: Morgan
He vs H
Neutrons
8-2-2021 at 14:27
by: Morgan
Musical Flames and other excerpts
From the physicist John Tyndall's book "Sound" in the 1800's.
A long tube in the verticle ...

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2-2-2021 at 13:12
by: Morgan
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