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Pt & Pd available in 1g increments for very decent prices
What form? Sponge, bullion, ingot?
31-7-2019 at 10:56
by: elementcollector1
Looking for 1-3gr of platinum for a reasonable price
Only Pt sample I have is a small wire in an ampoule (considering I just looked up the spot price, th ...
28-7-2019 at 21:18
by: elementcollector1
Stores in/near buffalo
Try fish/pet stores for potassium permanganate (aka Condy's crystals, permanganate crystals, etc.)
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26-7-2019 at 10:19
by: elementcollector1
The most useful three things in my lab
For me, it'd be:

-Furnace
-Vacuum chamber
-Pliers

Then again, I mostly do high-temperature i ...
22-7-2019 at 10:58
by: elementcollector1
Uranium powder found among other oddities in OK traffic stop
[rquote=617587&tid=151855&author=fusso][rquote=617582&tid=151855&author=Loptr]You ar ...
21-7-2019 at 14:28
by: elementcollector1
Future-gazing: available now, restricted tomorrow?
[rquote=617513&tid=149149&author=roXefeller]
I was teaching a parent a couple years ago abo ...
12-7-2019 at 17:30
by: elementcollector1
Buying Endecott Test seives - questions about metal compatibility & best models - anyone near Purdue Uni in Indiana?
I'm about to move pretty close to Purdue (within driving distance, at any rate). How heavy do you ex ...
10-7-2019 at 22:14
by: elementcollector1
Nd & Fe oxalates
A few months alone won't do much to Fe (II) oxalate - it needs to be actively oxidized. I left my ox ...
24-6-2019 at 15:25
by: elementcollector1
What is the white impurity in my boron?
If it's boron from Nd magnets, the white stuff is a mix of RE and Fe compounds (in my case, it was s ...
19-6-2019 at 23:09
by: elementcollector1
Does anyone have a homemade H2 generator or advice on makong a simple setup?
Homemade H2 generators aren't terribly hard unless you want high output. A simple concept is electro ...
18-6-2019 at 21:19
by: elementcollector1
Electrolytic production of NaOH from salt water - Troubleshooting
If you're in the Seattle area, there's a hardware store in West Seattle that has exactly what you're ...
12-6-2019 at 22:45
by: elementcollector1
Lithium metal from LiOH
[rquote=614474&tid=150434&author=draculic acid69]
2 minutes to write a post and then waite ...
4-6-2019 at 16:18
by: elementcollector1
Stainless steel fell from the sky 400years before it was invented
'In nature' is a bit of a shaky term in this case. Meteorites are quite often iron-nickel alloys (wi ...
3-6-2019 at 08:02
by: elementcollector1
Carbon nanotubes?
Been looking into this a bit more, and this looks promising:

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1007.1062.pdf
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15-5-2019 at 11:07
by: elementcollector1
Carbon nanotubes?
For a materials science application involving optically transparent electrical conductors, I find my ...
14-5-2019 at 23:28
by: elementcollector1
Reduction of Sodium using organic solvent
Propylene carbonate is a good one to start with IMHO, though you should make sure both your solvent ...
3-5-2019 at 19:02
by: elementcollector1
Identification of a mystery metal
[rquote=611456&tid=149463&author=ScienceHideout]
Is this why you believe it's solder, thoug ...
3-5-2019 at 19:01
by: elementcollector1
Lying With Science
I think someone just doesn't want to admit that an R[sup]2[/sup] of 0 is a pretty clear sign of a fa ...
3-5-2019 at 17:57
by: elementcollector1
Lying With Science
...You do realize when a thread gets reported, the entire thread and everything in it is affected, r ...
3-5-2019 at 11:22
by: elementcollector1
Lying With Science
[rquote=611391&tid=149669&author=Sulaiman]How does population rise linearly by ONE ?[/rquote ...
3-5-2019 at 10:43
by: elementcollector1
Identification of a mystery metal
Assuming that black isn't soot, it's a good start. Metals with black oxides, according to the list, ...
2-5-2019 at 17:06
by: elementcollector1
Modeling Earth as a magnet
For reasons best described as 'mad armchair science,' I find myself wondering how to model the repel ...
30-4-2019 at 18:16
by: elementcollector1
Identification of a mystery metal
Have you verified that density? I don't doubt it, but it's always good to check.

If that density ...
30-4-2019 at 18:05
by: elementcollector1
Future-gazing: available now, restricted tomorrow?
[rquote=610505&tid=149149&author=j_sum1]
Steve Spangler laments the loss of borax in some l ...
26-4-2019 at 22:47
by: elementcollector1
Sourcing metals
2 pounds, if I recall correctly. It's mostly in the form of large cast pieces (6 - 12"), so you'd be ...
21-4-2019 at 16:00
by: elementcollector1
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