Sciencemadness Discussion Board
Not logged in [Login ]
Go To Bottom

Search
[Next Page]
Notre Dame Smoke
You don't need to be a christian to appreciate the tragedy of the damage to this structure (opinion) ...
27-4-2019 at 03:22
by: barbs09
Not quite a "wump" moment
Well, this story doesn't involve a "wump" moment [i]per se[/i], but does contain a fuck up that land ...
23-2-2019 at 05:00
by: barbs09
Black humour (?) of Victorian chemists
The misadventures of Earnest Glitch and his unfortunate lab assistant Hodges, in the following link ...
28-12-2018 at 04:27
by: barbs09
Science inspired travel
AvBaeyer, thanks, have visited both museums in Florence, La Specola and the Galileo Museum, today. ...
11-10-2018 at 10:34
by: barbs09
Science inspired travel
Hi, thanks for all your suggestions. Presently on Amalfi Coast :). Magnifico!!!
29-9-2018 at 21:32
by: barbs09
Science inspired travel
Hello, I'm off on a holiday tomorrow to spend a few weeks in Italy and I was wondering if anyone new ...
24-9-2018 at 05:27
by: barbs09
Klean Strip MEK discontinued?
Hello, Not sure what country you are from, but in Australia MEK is sold as a priming fluid for bondi ...
19-9-2018 at 04:03
by: barbs09
Building a moon base using chemistry
Coober Pedy, in South Aussie, is the opal mining region I suspect you refer to SWIM.

https://en.w ...
6-9-2018 at 03:49
by: barbs09
Building a moon base using chemistry
Just a thought, but owing to the moon being essentially tectonicly dead due to a too cool a mantle, ...
5-9-2018 at 03:48
by: barbs09
Synthesis of Sulfur trioxide method proposal
Melgar's post describing the sucking of sulphur dioxide through the catalyst reminded me of an old a ...
23-8-2018 at 04:00
by: barbs09
Melting sulfur in mineral oil
Maybe don't use paraffin wax!!

http://www.prepchem.com/synthesis-of-hydrogen-sulfide/
16-8-2018 at 03:15
by: barbs09
Electrochemistry and noobery
Glad the boiling got you some black oxide-it tends to clump and settle out much more easily than the ...
10-7-2018 at 03:50
by: barbs09
Electrochemistry and noobery
Maybe I don't really understand what you are attempting to do but why not create copper hydroxide (o ...
7-7-2018 at 19:35
by: barbs09
West Australians?
Hello diddi, planning on heading north into the Murchison or Goldfields or perhaps further afield?
...
30-6-2018 at 03:40
by: barbs09
Dung bitumen
Well it does look like the same material. Trouble is, the photo you linked to looks like a horizont ...
4-6-2018 at 04:52
by: barbs09
lightning storms
I don't think you would necessarily need to reach the clouds to initiate a bolt. A good storm will ...
2-6-2018 at 05:59
by: barbs09
Its a small world
That's what I thought Aga, I will have a play around as you suggest, however given its solubility I ...
2-6-2018 at 04:18
by: barbs09
Dung bitumen
Greetings, I work in the outback of Australia as an exploration geologist and see a few interesting ...
1-6-2018 at 04:53
by: barbs09
lightning storms
Yes wet string would be heavy and cohesive. Just googled fine copper wire. Cheap as chips! $6 for ...
31-5-2018 at 04:30
by: barbs09
alternate (cheaper) conductors
Do you think cotton string soaked in a concentrated solution of sodium chloride might be conductive ...
31-5-2018 at 03:46
by: barbs09
Melting Obsidian?
Technically you don't need to melt obsidian to make obsidian as by definition obsidian is simply the ...
14-4-2018 at 22:14
by: barbs09
Jet Bike
You'd need to be a pretty good machinist of reasonably exotic materials to make a jet engine I would ...
21-2-2018 at 05:50
by: barbs09
Interesting science websites?
Lateral Science is well worth an explore: Heaps of Victorian themed material

http://lateralscienc ...
21-2-2018 at 04:03
by: barbs09
Brownish orange powder during gold recovery
Stannous chloride test any use to you? Would involve redissolving a small amount.

https://www.yo ...
20-12-2017 at 03:18
by: barbs09
Brownish orange powder during gold recovery
Is it conductive (to electricity)?

looks like gold powder as Cezium said.
19-12-2017 at 04:47
by: barbs09
[Next Page]

  Go To Top