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Pseudoephedrine extraction
[rquote=537052&tid=93301&author=nimgoldman]Although this is a legitimate question, you basic ...
20-9-2018 at 20:00
by: j_sum1
How does Mg burn in/with PTFE?
[rquote=536803&tid=93049&author=Texium (zts16)]When Brain&Force (our resident LANTHANIDE ...
19-9-2018 at 18:17
by: j_sum1
How does Mg burn in/with PTFE?
That's actually a really clever idea to add a bit of flux and heat to a thermite mixture via ptfe.
19-9-2018 at 14:42
by: j_sum1
How does Mg burn in/with PTFE?
Well for start, I am not an aussie. I still have a bit of my own accent left.

And I find narratio ...
19-9-2018 at 03:06
by: j_sum1
How does Mg burn in/with PTFE?
[quote]It theroises that Mg or Al + PTFE will burn very hot and produce a lot of gas[/quote]

No t ...
19-9-2018 at 00:32
by: j_sum1
Any ideas to passivate stainless steel against chlorine?
You could try anodising to get a nice heavy oxide coating.
It would be simple enough to test the id ...
16-9-2018 at 12:52
by: j_sum1
products produced through yeast fermentation
Ethanol and carbon dioxide are the main products. But this varies. Not all microorganisms metaboli ...
14-9-2018 at 22:49
by: j_sum1
We need a sticky thread about starter experiments for newbies
[rquote=535410&tid=91999&author=highpower48]Anyway to pull the previous threads into one pos ...
14-9-2018 at 19:42
by: j_sum1
We need a sticky thread about starter experiments for newbies
These are some of my favourite threads. Great to encourage newbies. Lots of sharing of ideas and exp ...
13-9-2018 at 13:06
by: j_sum1
Where to start
My first condenser was something that I rigged up using a broken burette, some pvc pipe for a jacket ...
12-9-2018 at 16:49
by: j_sum1
Where to start
Test tubes clean fine. Simply rinse in water when you are done.

Seriously, 2-3 mL is a lot of br ...
11-9-2018 at 17:57
by: j_sum1
Where to start
Bromine is always an attractive option simply because it is such an amazing and unusual substance. ...
11-9-2018 at 14:55
by: j_sum1
Tired of reporting spam
[rquote=534744&tid=16937&author=fusso][rquote=532649&tid=16937&author=streety]In put ...
11-9-2018 at 14:46
by: j_sum1
Tired of reporting spam
I don't recall the thread. U2u me a link. If it is in detritus then that might be too good a place f ...
11-9-2018 at 14:07
by: j_sum1
How to overcome instagram depression?
[rquote=534430&tid=91422&author=fusso]
[/rquote]Hence this thread should go to detritus.[/r ...
10-9-2018 at 03:04
by: j_sum1
Chemistry youtubers' vids being reuploaded to chinese sites
[url=https://space.bilibili.com/286479171/#/video?keyword=chemplayer]Oh well, it was worth a try.[/u ...
9-9-2018 at 22:58
by: j_sum1
We should be using metric/SI prefixes on currencies
You would need to convince me that in the context of discussing financial matters megadollar and gig ...
9-9-2018 at 20:58
by: j_sum1
We should be using metric/SI prefixes on currencies
I don't understand what problem we are trying to solve here.
9-9-2018 at 13:31
by: j_sum1
Sulfuric acid from gypsum using diaphragm cell
Interesting. I have a few questions. I am not sure I fully understand the process you have going her ...
9-9-2018 at 04:15
by: j_sum1
We should be using metric/SI prefixes on currencies
Converting from Euro to Yen is not made easier by using kiloeuro and megayen.


I actually think ...
9-9-2018 at 03:29
by: j_sum1
We should be using metric/SI prefixes on currencies
But you are still dealing with non-base-ten conversion factors because the base units are different. ...
9-9-2018 at 01:32
by: j_sum1
We should be using metric/SI prefixes on currencies
It is of little importance as long as thete are different base units around.

And we have differen ...
9-9-2018 at 00:52
by: j_sum1
Last chemical order?
What's a beekeeping store?


Seriously, apiary is not a big thing around here. In some parts of ...
8-9-2018 at 03:23
by: j_sum1
Last chemical order?
Yeah. I would have thought so too. Actually they do. But I object to paying [url=http://www.melbo ...
7-9-2018 at 22:29
by: j_sum1
Last chemical order?
Not an order but a couple of acquisitions nonetheless.

Half as gram of red P for the element coll ...
7-9-2018 at 21:19
by: j_sum1
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