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ammonium alum and sodium carbonate
in an alkaline solution (as with Na2CO3) you can get some deprotonation of NH4+ which results in NH3 ...
23-5-2012 at 20:07
by: Pyridinium
Sulfuric Acid

Another way could be by using sodium ...
9-5-2012 at 17:07
by: Pyridinium
KOH vs glass bottles
After a while, any strongly alkaline solution will attack the glass and probably freeze shut the gla ...
9-5-2012 at 17:04
by: Pyridinium
Creation of potassium carbonate
Offhand, I think that reaction might be going the wrong way as far as solubility... the K2CO3 is muc ...
9-5-2012 at 16:59
by: Pyridinium
burning carbohydrate and lipid?
[rquote=245878&tid=18844&author=Chemstudent] Same goes for fats, they too become sugars if a ...
7-5-2012 at 19:47
by: Pyridinium
Waste conversion to high protein feed using Black Soldier Flies
Hog manure is about as "yuck factor" as I can stand, and that's pretty gross in and of itself. The ...
7-5-2012 at 19:36
by: Pyridinium
What would you do with a field of hemlock?
When I saw this post I thought "hemlock trees", and I immediately thought "acetic acid, creosote, an ...
7-5-2012 at 19:32
by: Pyridinium
sequestering heavy metal oxides?
[rquote=247871&tid=20018&author=jgourlay]Thanks gents for confirming. Couple of thoughts. Ma ...
7-5-2012 at 19:04
by: Pyridinium
sequestering heavy metal oxides?
If you really want to immobilize something that ...
7-5-2012 at 13:53
by: Pyridinium
Extraction of Boron
@ Mrhomescientist - I noticed in the comments there was discussion about using CaCO3. I thought abo ...
7-5-2012 at 13:38
by: Pyridinium
Electrolysis of Salt
[rquote=247850&tid=20011&author=elementcollector1]I heard you can use jello as an ionic memb ...
7-5-2012 at 13:28
by: Pyridinium
Ferrous Chloride (FeCl2)
Oddly enough, when searching for the term "FeCl2", it doesn't show the ferrous chloride preparation ...
7-5-2012 at 13:25
by: Pyridinium
sequestering heavy metal oxides?
The glass / pottery sequestration is actually a tried and true technique that has been used on some ...
7-5-2012 at 13:22
by: Pyridinium
CISPA: A complete destruction of our privacy
Put it this way. If they want you, they can already get you. Did you see that article in Wired abo ...
6-5-2012 at 13:57
by: Pyridinium
Cheap, small scale fuel production systems finally up and running?
I'm always interested in things like this - in fact if I had the chance and the resources I'd be bui ...
6-5-2012 at 10:48
by: Pyridinium
Standardizing Sodium Carbonate Solution
Sodium carbonate when heated to the anhydrous form does not take on water that fast (hygroscopic as ...
6-5-2012 at 10:37
by: Pyridinium
Sea water and extracting Salt

Magnesium is such an important nutrient, I'd leave it in there. Fleur de sel sounds good to me.
6-5-2012 at 10:33
by: Pyridinium
Cleaning glassware
The concentrated acid should be poured on bi ...
2-5-2012 at 20:21
by: Pyridinium
Aluminum as a substitute for acid in SO2 generators
The pKa of aluminum ion is ~5, while the pKa of h ...
30-4-2012 at 18:39
by: Pyridinium
alumina coating by sol-gel
[rquote=246280&tid=19833&author=Nicodem][rquote=246236&tid=19833&author=mymm]Actuall ...
29-4-2012 at 20:03
by: Pyridinium
Fuel Cell
[rquote=246807&tid=18365&author=White Yeti]

Another potential problem would be how to get ...
28-4-2012 at 08:39
by: Pyridinium
Copper Citrate Shenanigans
The behavior of that substance to the flame is consistent with a complex compound being decomposed. ...
28-4-2012 at 07:58
by: Pyridinium
Copper Citrate Shenanigans
A similar thing can happen with ferric chloride when citrate is present. The hydroxide is prevented ...
27-4-2012 at 20:45
by: Pyridinium
Beginner - lack of confidence?
[rquote=246672&tid=19899&author=monolith]I've taken a year of general chemistry and a year o ...
26-4-2012 at 21:19
by: Pyridinium
Nitric Acid from a Nitrate Salt
[rquote=246175&tid=19823&author=bbartlog]The problem of the acid reacting with the hydroxide ...
26-4-2012 at 20:31
by: Pyridinium
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