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DIY acid washed sand changed color unexpectedly
Your sand looks greenish, that suggests iron or nickel chlorides. If there is some kind of alkali in ...
26-10-2020 at 17:13
by: clearly_not_atara
Acyl chlorides stability
I see no reasonable formation pathway for phosgene from acetyl chloride.

A [i]tiny[/i] amount of ...
26-10-2020 at 15:57
by: clearly_not_atara
Is the mad science report newsletter ready to be added to prepublication
We want typesetting!

I'll try to mock something up this weekend if nobody gets to it before me.
26-10-2020 at 07:01
by: clearly_not_atara
Acetic anhydride preparation
[rquote=647176&tid=9&author=teodor]
I will not force anybody to use this substance, just wa ...
23-10-2020 at 06:22
by: clearly_not_atara
Acetic anhydride preparation
[rquote=647168&tid=9&author=teodor]@clearly_not_atara Why you didn't mention the ketene rout ...
23-10-2020 at 06:12
by: clearly_not_atara
Amateur chemistry from both sides of the table
Probably the worst thing is that the fear of chemistry and anyone doing it means that you can't do c ...
23-10-2020 at 06:09
by: clearly_not_atara
Acetic anhydride preparation
[rquote=647117&tid=9&author=VeritasC&E]
Would anyone who has gone through the pain of r ...
23-10-2020 at 05:44
by: clearly_not_atara
Collaborative newsletter for ScienceMadness??
We had had another similar thread proposing a free journal for home chemistry, with a poll for the n ...
21-10-2020 at 10:04
by: clearly_not_atara
Acid Chlorides
One mole of Ac2O or one mole of AcCl makes no difference; you just add or subtract HCl (easy).

B ...
20-10-2020 at 19:35
by: clearly_not_atara
Acid Chlorides
It's wrong when it says one molecule of sulfur, basically. It should say one mole of sulfur atoms. Y ...
20-10-2020 at 05:59
by: clearly_not_atara
Sodium methoxide from methanol, NaOH and Aluminium
Even easier would be the (as yet hypothetical) reaction between Na2CO3 and solutions of Mg(OMe)2 mad ...
19-10-2020 at 14:43
by: clearly_not_atara
Acid Chlorides
[quote]In the AA sticky there's info on using sicl4 +GAA---> AA
This is easier to make than socl ...
19-10-2020 at 06:31
by: clearly_not_atara
Help in preparation of phosphotungstic acid
That ion exchange resin in [b]Antigua[/b]'s procedure is crucial for obtaining the phosphotungstic a ...
18-10-2020 at 15:12
by: clearly_not_atara
Why are odd elements rarer that even elements ?
Nucleons in nuclei pair up in spin up/down pairs similarly to electrons in orbitals (because they're ...
18-10-2020 at 13:07
by: clearly_not_atara
No one will give me experience, so I will make experience myself, starting from the bottom
[rquote=646555&tid=156331&author=Cou]I'm not sure if the drug test was the cause of the fail ...
15-10-2020 at 15:07
by: clearly_not_atara
Synthesis of para aromatic hydroxyls.
[b]Boffis, Texium[/b]: I am surprised you have both omitted the most famous phenol formylation, the ...
15-10-2020 at 13:45
by: clearly_not_atara
Synthesis of para aromatic hydroxyls.
[rquote=646380&tid=156294&author=Triflic Acid]Can you put a link to the forum with the proce ...
14-10-2020 at 17:26
by: clearly_not_atara
Synthesis of para aromatic hydroxyls.
P-hydroxy benzaldehyde may be obtained by the cleavage of anethole to p-methoxybenzaldehyde and deme ...
13-10-2020 at 05:45
by: clearly_not_atara
peracids
[rquote=646249&tid=10296&author=Fyndium]A bayer-villiger synthesis asks for perborate. Can i ...
11-10-2020 at 13:32
by: clearly_not_atara
Are Flamin' Hot Cheetos really that bad?
recommended reading:
https://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/magazine/the-extraordinary-science-of-junk- ...
11-10-2020 at 13:20
by: clearly_not_atara
Acid Chlorides
I wonder if you could oxidise sulfur with KICl4? It's a lot easier to deal with than liquid bromine. ...
10-10-2020 at 08:09
by: clearly_not_atara
Hydrogen Peroxide from Sodium Percarbonate
[rquote=646117&tid=155546&author=macckone]
With boric acid you will form perborate.
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9-10-2020 at 06:30
by: clearly_not_atara
Hydrogen Peroxide from Sodium Percarbonate
Had the thought that you could react sodium percarbonate with metaboric acid to give the perborate. ...
8-10-2020 at 19:07
by: clearly_not_atara
Another remarkable copper(II) complex
[rquote=644837&tid=15513&author=DraconicAcid]the ammonium chloride refused to dissolve or do ...
7-10-2020 at 08:11
by: clearly_not_atara
Reduction of helional to its amine
You probably produced some helionol (the alcohol) which formed a surfactant-like alkyl sulfate with ...
6-10-2020 at 18:54
by: clearly_not_atara
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