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Whats the most dangerous chemical you've ever synthesized?
[rquote=552746&tid=29600&author=BakingBrownies]
but also white phosphorus... not sure if I ...
15-11-2018 at 07:26
by: TheMrbunGee
Colored Candles/Halloween Stuff
Just as test I sprinkled some lithium oleate in burning melted candle, this does not color the flame ...
1-11-2018 at 10:11
by: TheMrbunGee
Amateur Chemistry now vs several decades into the Future
[rquote=545613&tid=98012&author=fusso][rquote=545607&tid=98012&author=symboom]Any id ...
22-10-2018 at 06:56
by: TheMrbunGee
Can Someone Explain This? -
[rquote=542766&tid=97113&author=XeonTheMGPony]temperature will effect measure, you need to k ...
11-10-2018 at 23:59
by: TheMrbunGee
Solvent systems
Hey,

From what you wrote - I did not really understood what are you asking. maybe someone who ha ...
11-10-2018 at 23:52
by: TheMrbunGee
What are these?
Hey, thanks for the answers!

I attached a photo with measurements..

Looks more like molybden ...
10-10-2018 at 01:26
by: TheMrbunGee
What are these?
[rquote=541919&tid=96586&author=fusso]Some kind of electrodes?[/rquote]

yea, that is what ...
8-10-2018 at 12:06
by: TheMrbunGee
What are these?
What are these? They are conductive, somewhat. and there is a difference in resistance between color ...
8-10-2018 at 11:47
by: TheMrbunGee
Dissolving molecular sieves!!??
[rquote=539109&tid=94743&author=Chemguy5]No powder what so ever... two crystal clear layers ...
28-9-2018 at 02:10
by: TheMrbunGee
Dissolving molecular sieves!!??
To my knowledge - sieves are made from materials that does not dissolve in any solvent (like clay, g ...
27-9-2018 at 23:19
by: TheMrbunGee
latest glassware purchase
[rquote=538845&tid=71645&author=Ubya][rquote=538836&tid=71645&author=TheMrbunGee][rq ...
27-9-2018 at 02:57
by: TheMrbunGee
latest glassware purchase
[rquote=538769&tid=71645&author=monolithic]I'm not sure what this is called, but I'm looking ...
27-9-2018 at 00:29
by: TheMrbunGee
Is there a best nitrate salt for HNO3 production?
[rquote=538827&tid=94510&author=chornedsnorkack]Are there any significant advantages to bari ...
27-9-2018 at 00:04
by: TheMrbunGee
Is there a best nitrate salt for HNO3 production?
For what you have - Ammonium nitrate is better. because of how much acid you can get from gram of ni ...
26-9-2018 at 20:58
by: TheMrbunGee
Pretty Pictures (2)
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24-9-2018 at 07:57
by: TheMrbunGee
Ammonium thiocyanate solubility for purifying
[rquote=536082&tid=92401&author=S.C. Wack]http://gen.lib.rus.ec
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18-9-2018 at 00:47
by: TheMrbunGee
Ammonium thiocyanate solubility for purifying
Ok, thanks, looks like I'm gonna have to do that..
16-9-2018 at 06:46
by: TheMrbunGee
Is This Kit OK
[rquote=535800&tid=92414&author=Housane]do i need a retort stand?[/rquote]


It is very u ...
15-9-2018 at 11:03
by: TheMrbunGee
Ammonium thiocyanate solubility for purifying
Hey SM,

I have some old Ammonium thiocyanate, about 200g, but it is really dirty stuff, and look ...
15-9-2018 at 04:47
by: TheMrbunGee
Calculating the energy of thermite
Don't forget the efficiency of reaction, which depends on surface area of reactants. Which means - w ...
13-9-2018 at 01:26
by: TheMrbunGee
Spontaneous combustion of oil soaked cellulose
[rquote=534876&tid=91630&author=Herr Haber]Linseed oil is also used to treat Mg against mois ...
13-9-2018 at 01:09
by: TheMrbunGee
Spontaneous combustion of oil soaked cellulose
as far as I know the heat comes from bacteria "eating" the organic mater, so moisture is required.
11-9-2018 at 10:10
by: TheMrbunGee
Last chemical order?
[rquote=534550&tid=9890&author=Loptr][rquote=534545&tid=9890&author=TheMrbunGee]1 x ...
10-9-2018 at 09:48
by: TheMrbunGee
Last chemical order
1 x Sodium Nitrite, techn. - min 98,5%, 4 x 1kg, (€16.02)
1 x 1L n-Butanol, >99.5% ...
10-9-2018 at 08:10
by: TheMrbunGee
Parents Restricting Chemistry
[rquote=533489&tid=86162&author=nimgoldman]It is sad that they use product of chemistry thou ...
6-9-2018 at 02:53
by: TheMrbunGee
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