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Cold fusion.
Yep, there's a global conspiracy by the world's thermometer makers to trick anybody who experiments ...
6-11-2015 at 19:15
by: Pyrovus
Clones of original atoms?
The only problem with that idea was that it required there to be an equal number of positrons (ie th ...
31-10-2015 at 06:53
by: Pyrovus
Clones of original atoms?
Clones are when you have two biological organisms (which are as it happens, things made of atoms) th ...
23-10-2015 at 01:13
by: Pyrovus
Theoretical Synthesis of Phosgene
[rquote=422572&tid=63893&author=Agari][rquote=422565&tid=63893&author=jnik]There is ...
11-10-2015 at 04:48
by: Pyrovus
I've tried cooking with CS2 before. While it does impart an interesting flavour to lobster, I found ...
6-10-2015 at 14:20
by: Pyrovus
Wanna be invisible
So called "one way mirrors" actually aren't, they just exploit an illusion to appear that way. The t ...
6-10-2015 at 04:21
by: Pyrovus
why HO2 is a stronger acid than H2O2
[rquote=405686&tid=62458&author=elementcollector1]Ah, a radical. That explains it, then. And ...
24-5-2015 at 05:48
by: Pyrovus
MSDS inconsistencies
[rquote=399394&tid=61995&author=alexleyenda]XD You are right, that is strange... Well potass ...
2-4-2015 at 08:46
by: Pyrovus
Does Cl2O cause lung cancer?
Given how reactive it is, I imagine it'll probably be unlikely to be able to get to DNA, as it will ...
25-2-2015 at 11:15
by: Pyrovus
The Short Questions Thread (4)
It does. It's why it's synthesised as needed, rather than stockpiled in the cell, because it doesn't ...
9-10-2014 at 03:15
by: Pyrovus
The weirdest chemical element ?
So many choices . . .

Let's see. Neon - the most unreactive element. Astatine - doesn't know whet ...
1-10-2014 at 00:28
by: Pyrovus
The best way to physically destroy an hard disk
Install Windows 8.
12-7-2014 at 06:58
by: Pyrovus
The people who believe this should be willing to prove it by going on a long voyage while only bring ...
10-7-2014 at 22:54
by: Pyrovus
UK Newspapers on Sulfuric Acid
Or gasoline. It's much easier to acquire than sulphuric acid, probably used about as much to attack ...
6-7-2014 at 18:27
by: Pyrovus
What if?
One outside possibility on that front is strangelets; effectively atoms where the nucleus has up dow ...
1-7-2014 at 03:05
by: Pyrovus
Uranium compounds
Perbromate was first prepared via the decay of radioactive selenate:

[sup]83[/sup]SeO[sub]4[/sub] ...
31-3-2014 at 00:57
by: Pyrovus
Liberation of polyatomic ions via electrolysis
[rquote=322859&tid=29462&author=Nicodem][rquote=322599&tid=29462&author=Upsilon]Anyw ...
23-3-2014 at 22:42
by: Pyrovus
Chemist's Nightmare
Thallium sulphate used to be used as a rat poison. I don't know about the rest of the world, but it ...
18-3-2014 at 08:01
by: Pyrovus
Citric acid + acetic acid=
Theoretically you could make the acetic ester of citric acid (it does have that hydroxyl group, afte ...
18-3-2014 at 07:36
by: Pyrovus
Hex- Prefix
Hexahexyl hexhexhexium? Might be difficult to make, though.
3-3-2014 at 02:10
by: Pyrovus
Pesticide Laws
Well, it is labeled as being TCCA, so as long as you use it in a manner consistent with it being TCC ...
15-1-2014 at 00:40
by: Pyrovus
Chemical properties of disodium chloride?
Neutral disodium chloride would be a [i]very[/i] transient species. You can get a Na[size=-4]2[/size ...
13-3-2011 at 08:35
by: Pyrovus
Bismuth - Tellurium
As for Te giving rise to an horrible smell (like ga ...
23-12-2009 at 07:33
by: Pyrovus
Smelly on a whole new level?
Combining amines with thiols would likely be counterproductive, given the acidic nature of the S-H g ...
11-12-2009 at 23:16
by: Pyrovus
Thionyl chloride and iodine-compounds, peculiar reaction.
My guess is that like stated by the posters above, it is probably some sort of iodide promoted/catal ...
8-12-2009 at 01:30
by: Pyrovus
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