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Which formula do you use to correct boiling point depending on the atmospheric pressure
The Antoine equation which is a semi-empirical derivation of the Clausius-Clapeyron Equation lets yo ...
3-12-2021 at 18:07
by: Plunkett
Science Madness Mug
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I took the time to scale the 180x1** pixel ...
20-10-2021 at 18:05
by: Plunkett
I want to hear your favorite chemistry demonstrations
This demonstration is more material science than chemistry, but you take a length of music wire (hig ...
17-10-2021 at 14:53
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
That's great to hear. I did read that strontium aluminate hydrolyzes in water destroying its phosph ...
28-9-2021 at 10:28
by: Plunkett
What does your periodic table look like? (collection)
I have neon indicator lamps for neon. There are pea sized discharge lamps that can be had for a few ...
27-9-2021 at 06:59
by: Plunkett
test strips/device to detect phosgene
Have you looked at Dräger tubes? Dräger Tubes are glass vials filled with a chemical reagent that ...
22-9-2021 at 11:28
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
One last thought. If you use glycerin or another liquid with a refractive index similar to glass, y ...
15-9-2021 at 18:16
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
Glycerin may be a better option than silicone oil. It is denser than water (1.26 g/mL), about a tho ...
15-9-2021 at 07:35
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
Have you considered silicone oil? Silicone oil is less dense than water (~0.8 g/mL), but it can be ...
14-9-2021 at 17:38
by: Plunkett
I want to suspend Strontium Aluminate phosphor particles in liquid...
This sounds a really cool project. Calcium bromide/chloride solutions can have densities up to 1.8 g ...
10-9-2021 at 11:08
by: Plunkett
Specific Retention Capacity and Efficiency of Common Activated Carbon Types?
This table from [i]Air Pollution Control: A Design Approach[/i] by C. Cooper has data for the sorpti ...
31-7-2021 at 17:19
by: Plunkett
formula for calculating amount of compressed gas
[rquote=608317&tid=147786&author=CharlieA]Doesn't it say in the original post that each gas ...
12-4-2019 at 06:43
by: Plunkett
Making the most dense solution possible - that doesn't react with Cu or Al
Why do you need the solution to not react with aluminum? Is there another metal you can use or coul ...
6-4-2019 at 06:58
by: Plunkett
Displaying elements collection in a non-standard way
I made a quick prototype with scraps to test some ideas that I had. It is a combination of the thir ...
30-3-2019 at 08:25
by: Plunkett
Displaying elements collection in a non-standard way
[b]Acrylic/Glass[/b]
I think acrylic and magnets is the way to go for the display you are describin ...
25-3-2019 at 18:08
by: Plunkett
Displaying elements collection in a non-standard way
Here are some things I learned from building my display that I think you may find useful to you as y ...
25-3-2019 at 18:04
by: Plunkett
How to concentrate azeotropic HNO3?
If you do not want to use sulfuric acid your best option is magnesium nitrate. It is a well recogni ...
6-3-2019 at 17:31
by: Plunkett
Do you think Tilt Switches are a viable way for the amateur chemist to obtain Mercury metal?
Mercury contactors, also known as mercury displacement relays, are a great source for larger small q ...
18-1-2019 at 13:51
by: Plunkett
Antozonite on eBay
As many of you know, antozonite is a radioactive fluorite mineral and one of the only places on Eart ...
4-1-2019 at 08:35
by: Plunkett
[Collection] Periodic Table elements
That mineral collection is really neat. You may already have some, I cannot tell, but halite from t ...
7-12-2018 at 12:41
by: Plunkett
Everyday Chemistry (provisional)
My scale quit working so I gave it a viking funeral à la thermite.

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22-11-2018 at 12:30
by: Plunkett
Cheap Pool Chemicals
Pool chemicals are a staple for amateur chemists, but they can be expensive. Recently I found [url= ...
20-11-2018 at 13:53
by: Plunkett
Florida University Recommendations
[rquote=549922&tid=101864&author=VSEPR_VOID]I am not one for recreation but I have trouble f ...
5-11-2018 at 17:47
by: Plunkett
Latest chemical order?
I snagged a mostly empty jar of dextrose from a university dumpster today. There is not more than a ...
31-10-2018 at 07:41
by: Plunkett
Anyone have experience with Thermolyne Nuova II hot plate stirrer?
If you are buying broken hotplates to repair, get them from Dr.Bob. He sent me three broken Corning ...
29-10-2018 at 08:42
by: Plunkett
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