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Best way to extract sodium hypochlorite?
[rquote=671906&tid=158455&author=S.C. Wack][rquote=671876&tid=158455&author=chorneds ...
12-3-2022 at 04:30
by: chornedsnorkack
Best way to extract sodium hypochlorite?
[rquote=671875&tid=158455&author=woelen]NaClO is quite unstable. It never is sold as a solid ...
11-3-2022 at 02:23
by: chornedsnorkack
Why does fluorine gas not evolve with HF and KMnO4?
And a key factor is that fluorine is much stronger oxidizer than oxygen. Thus, when oxidized substan ...
10-3-2022 at 06:26
by: chornedsnorkack
Quantifying hygroscopicity
Plenty of scientists have done it, and published the redults, which are scattered around literature. ...
24-2-2022 at 00:09
by: chornedsnorkack
Stability of diluted chloric acid solutions
[rquote=671336&tid=158261&author=Antiswat]"It explodes on storage, within one month of its p ...
23-2-2022 at 12:02
by: chornedsnorkack
Stability of diluted chloric acid solutions
Typical dismutation reactions of overly concentrated HClO[sub]3[/sub] go like
3HClO[sub]3[/sub]=HCl ...
19-2-2022 at 12:42
by: chornedsnorkack
Separating Iridium from Gold
Pb is a problem:
https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/BF03214762.pdf
By far the largest i ...
6-2-2022 at 12:51
by: chornedsnorkack
Sulphurous acid metastability and catalysts
[rquote=667526&tid=158049&author=chemister2015]H2SO3 not known as a molecule. There are only ...
20-11-2021 at 14:26
by: chornedsnorkack
Sulphurous acid metastability and catalysts
Fairly strong and reducing acids include HI, H2SO3 and H3PO2.
HI is stable to dismutation and stron ...
1-11-2021 at 23:47
by: chornedsnorkack
Sulphurous acid metastability and catalysts
Looking at redox couples with similar potential to the supposed oxidant potential of sulphurous acid ...
31-10-2021 at 14:07
by: chornedsnorkack
Sulphurous acid metastability and catalysts
Under which conditions is sulphurous acid stable, under which conditions unstable to dismutation, an ...
31-10-2021 at 13:44
by: chornedsnorkack
Can nitric acid be blue?
Or even as much as green?
NO[sub]2[/sub] is red/brown... on dilution, it turns light yellow, and on ...
15-7-2021 at 12:20
by: chornedsnorkack
Why don't electrons lose energy when revolving?
[rquote=662501&tid=157675&author=Infamous_Reddy]When the electrons revolve around the nucleu ...
7-7-2021 at 01:21
by: chornedsnorkack
Is diphosphorus pentoxide hygroscopic?
[rquote=661898&tid=157615&author=Tsjerk]
Also P2O5 is not a molecule. [/rquote]

Indeed i ...
19-6-2021 at 12:15
by: chornedsnorkack
Is diphosphorus pentoxide hygroscopic?
Seriously.

Compare the example of phosphorus itself.
When phosphorus vapours are rapidly condens ...
18-6-2021 at 13:07
by: chornedsnorkack
Choice of oxidants for tinder
[rquote=661453&tid=157575&author=Aloesci]If you want to get even more toxic, how about tinde ...
8-6-2021 at 12:33
by: chornedsnorkack
Choice of oxidants for tinder
The classic oxidant for tinder is potassium nitrate - as is the case with gunpowder and slow match.
...
7-6-2021 at 09:52
by: chornedsnorkack
Qualitative V/Cr detection
[rquote=656936&tid=157212&author=Bedlasky]Draconic acid: Yes, vanadium give red peroxide com ...
26-3-2021 at 02:36
by: chornedsnorkack
Qualitative V/Cr detection
What are good reactions to spot V and Cr in aqueous solution?

They have a lot of similarities:
I ...
23-3-2021 at 13:21
by: chornedsnorkack
Hand vs. NaK
[rquote=656722&tid=157134&author=EliasExperiments]@chornedsnorkack Only one way to find out ...
20-3-2021 at 11:32
by: chornedsnorkack
Hand vs. NaK
[rquote=656623&tid=157134&author=EliasExperiments]I doubt the KO2 will simply sink to the bo ...
19-3-2021 at 12:41
by: chornedsnorkack
Hand vs. NaK
[rquote=656513&tid=157134&author=EliasExperiments]@chornedsnorkack I don't have the slightes ...
17-3-2021 at 01:20
by: chornedsnorkack
Hand vs. NaK
When does baby oil react with KO[sub]2[/sub]?
All simple alkali metal oxides, peroxides and hyperox ...
16-3-2021 at 09:15
by: chornedsnorkack
Chlorine as solvent
BCl[sub]3[/sub] condenses at +13 C and stays liquid down to -108 C. It is trigonal planar, thus nonp ...
14-3-2021 at 00:15
by: chornedsnorkack
Chlorine as solvent
Chlorine condenses at -34 Celsius, and freezes at -102 Celsius.

What is it like as a solvent? As ...
13-3-2021 at 11:31
by: chornedsnorkack
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