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Production of pharmaceutical grade (USP, EP, BP, JP) compounds
What I have a hard time figuring out is how then do compounding pharmacies produce a lot of their cu ...
20-10-2018 at 11:09
by: RogueRose
Anyone have experience with Thermolyne Nuova II hot plate stirrer?
I've been looking for a hot plate/stirrer to buy and I have seen these for sale on ebay and they are ...
20-10-2018 at 09:17
by: RogueRose
Building a cold trap
If you want a really good lab grade cold trap (like the one in the first video link) check out surpl ...
20-10-2018 at 09:12
by: RogueRose
Production of pharmaceutical grade (USP, EP, BP, JP) compounds
mayko - thank you for the link!

I have also read from different sources what the standard is f ...
20-10-2018 at 09:01
by: RogueRose
Production of pharmaceutical grade (USP, EP, BP, JP) compounds
[rquote=545159&tid=98867&author=unionised]
Where did you hear that account of making saline ...
20-10-2018 at 08:52
by: RogueRose
Production of pharmaceutical grade (USP, EP, BP, JP) compounds
[rquote=545157&tid=98867&author=Sulaiman]Production of USP, EP, BP, JP grades require comple ...
20-10-2018 at 08:41
by: RogueRose
Production of pharmaceutical grade (USP, EP, BP, JP) compounds
[rquote=545155&tid=98867&author=Tsjerk]Why produce when it is already obtainable from natura ...
20-10-2018 at 08:32
by: RogueRose
Production of pharmaceutical grade (USP, EP, BP, JP) compounds
I was looking over various natural compounds that are used in pharmaceuticals as well as synthesized ...
20-10-2018 at 03:38
by: RogueRose
Breaking the vacuum gently
You could use a T connector and put a needle valve coming off of it, then just turn the needle valve ...
19-10-2018 at 18:50
by: RogueRose
Processing animal waste (manure) - any way to speed up the process?
[rquote=543704&tid=97670&author=Sulaiman][rquote=543467&tid=97670&author=RogueRose]L ...
15-10-2018 at 23:03
by: RogueRose
Processing animal waste (manure) - any way to speed up the process?
[rquote=543614&tid=97670&author=Gearhead_Shem_Tov]Aerobic composting would probably be bette ...
14-10-2018 at 16:45
by: RogueRose
Processing animal waste (manure) - any way to speed up the process?
Both of those ideas are good and somewhat what is done already in a few places. Most just have massi ...
14-10-2018 at 13:58
by: RogueRose
Processing animal waste (manure) - any way to speed up the process?
[rquote=543486&tid=97670&author=Deathunter88]None of your proposed ideas are economically vi ...
14-10-2018 at 08:11
by: RogueRose
Strange reaction with CaSO4 + CaCl2 + heat -> melted at "lower" temp than expected
I'm having a hard time believing that the hydrates are melting and I have a harder time believing th ...
14-10-2018 at 07:42
by: RogueRose
Processing animal waste (manure) - any way to speed up the process?
In many states there are agricultural communities where there are massive farms that have open pits ...
14-10-2018 at 02:15
by: RogueRose
Strange reaction with CaSO4 + CaCl2 + heat -> melted at "lower" temp than expected
[rquote=543231&tid=97458&author=unionised]CaCl2 .6H2O has a melting point of about 30C
Hot ...
13-10-2018 at 21:06
by: RogueRose
Strange reaction with CaSO4 + CaCl2 + heat -> melted at "lower" temp than expected
[rquote=543199&tid=97458&author=Ubya]a microwave oven can melt glass, so it's reasonable to ...
13-10-2018 at 06:52
by: RogueRose
Strange reaction with CaSO4 + CaCl2 + heat -> melted at "lower" temp than expected
I was drying some CuSO4 x 5H2O - about 1kg which I just recrystalized and had slight moisture left i ...
13-10-2018 at 05:33
by: RogueRose
What are these?
I'd say electrodes of some kind as well or maybe heating elements of some kind or reisitors.? Possi ...
8-10-2018 at 13:18
by: RogueRose
Spam reporting idea
[rquote=540667&tid=95650&author=highpower48]I belong to a lot of groups. Most of them modera ...
4-10-2018 at 10:22
by: RogueRose
Proper way to use a dessicator
Thank you for the replies. I really need to find some of that grease. The mineral oil works alright ...
4-10-2018 at 05:54
by: RogueRose
Sodium percarbonate & hydrogen peroxide
[rquote=540572&tid=95544&author=Herr Haber][rquote=540356&tid=95544&author=AJKOER]Bo ...
4-10-2018 at 05:48
by: RogueRose
Sodium percarbonate & hydrogen peroxide
I'm pretty certain the OP is talking about a clothing washing machine. I see a few people mentioning ...
4-10-2018 at 05:34
by: RogueRose
Weird White film on measuring cylinder
I'm guessing the limonene oxidized or partially dissolved the plastic. IIRC when I looked at the su ...
4-10-2018 at 05:15
by: RogueRose
Why some countries have more terrorist attacks than others?
[rquote=540500&tid=95497&author=learningChem][quote] most terrorists are also muslims.[/quot ...
3-10-2018 at 23:53
by: RogueRose
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