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My organic molecule is in the ethyl acetate, how to dry it before precipitating?
Doug's Lab uses potassium carbonate for drying everything, including ethyl acetate and DCM. I person ...
6-10-2018 at 19:45
by: ninhydric1
Propane as an inert-gas
Or use nitrogen gas. Remove the O2 from the atmospheric air with a flame and use water to absorb CO2 ...
2-10-2018 at 19:49
by: ninhydric1
Everyday Chemistry (provisional)
Just distilled out DCM and toluene out of a refinisher. Will do a fractional distillation when I hav ...
30-9-2018 at 12:36
by: ninhydric1
Everyday Chemistry (provisional)
Currently dissolving a neodymium magnet in sulfuric acid. Also made a few mL of crude methyl salicyl ...
23-9-2018 at 20:21
by: ninhydric1
Last chemical order?
450 grams of sodium metabisulfite. Finally, I can make some aldehyde-bisulfite adducts.
3-7-2018 at 20:26
by: ninhydric1
Jackpot
Any lithium-ion batteries in there (EDIT: some computer batteries are lithium-ion, not the AA/AAA on ...
3-7-2018 at 20:20
by: ninhydric1
The Short Questions Thread (4)
That's what I thought too, j_sum. I'll search around a bit longer and see but there most likely isn' ...
18-6-2018 at 11:41
by: ninhydric1
The Short Questions Thread (4)
Does methanol and ethanol form an azeotrope? If yes, what temperature and what composition? (I tried ...
17-6-2018 at 19:56
by: ninhydric1
FREE chemicals
I know Texium/zts16 lives in Texas, and this company is located in Oklahoma. Maybe he is able to pic ...
14-6-2018 at 09:34
by: ninhydric1
Last chemical order?
It's a form of iodine tincture that contains no elemental iodine, just ammonium iodide and potassium ...
12-6-2018 at 11:45
by: ninhydric1
Last chemical order?
Magnesium metal, some aspirin tablets, glycerol, and some decolorized iodine. Superstores are full o ...
12-6-2018 at 09:47
by: ninhydric1
Member number decreasing drastically?
The chemophobia currently rampant throughout modern society has also severely affected amateur chemi ...
2-6-2018 at 21:35
by: ninhydric1
Nickel, Iron, and Molybdenum from Mu-Metal (Hard Drives)
IIRC woelen mentioned something about adding H2O2 to determine the presence of chromium. If there is ...
28-5-2018 at 14:52
by: ninhydric1
Nickel, Iron, and Molybdenum from Mu-Metal (Hard Drives)
I have no idea what you're referring to. VSEPR here is trying to extract some potentially useful and ...
28-5-2018 at 10:55
by: ninhydric1
Good sources of cerium
Maybe you could try electrolysis with a ferrocerium rod in, say, sulfuric acid. Wikipedia states tha ...
27-5-2018 at 20:17
by: ninhydric1
Nickel, Iron, and Molybdenum from Mu-Metal (Hard Drives)
Nickel forms a complex with ammonia, iron doesn't. You can use that to separate the two ions. Copper ...
27-5-2018 at 20:08
by: ninhydric1
Making invisible markings on paper (needs to be not commonly known or easily seen)
If you have a UV light, bleach makes great invisible ink, as it absorbs UV, making it look like blac ...
20-5-2018 at 20:41
by: ninhydric1
sabatier reaction (CO2 + 4H2---> CH4 + 2 H2O) Who makes the equipment?
Electrolysis of water, or the reaction of an acid with a metal (e.g. aluminium), will generate hydro ...
15-5-2018 at 17:35
by: ninhydric1
Have i created dichromates ...
It is not necessarily dichromate; it could also be Fe3+ present in solution.
13-5-2018 at 18:10
by: ninhydric1
The Effects of a Chemically Illiterate Population; I give you C60's Magical Healing Powers
Reminds of the pseudoscience about how germanium had "magical healing powers". Just like this C60 cl ...
12-5-2018 at 22:04
by: ninhydric1
The Short Questions Thread (4)
Would the synthesis of triethyl borate be identical to that of trimethyl borate (reflux, distillatio ...
12-5-2018 at 20:59
by: ninhydric1
Doug's Lab
Chances are if he's not on YouTube, he isn't going to be on ScienceMadness either.
12-5-2018 at 20:55
by: ninhydric1
Gallium and mercury acetate from Peracid+element in GAA
It could be that the reaction is exceedingly slow with gallium. Gallium requires strong acids such a ...
10-5-2018 at 07:14
by: ninhydric1
The Short Questions Thread (4)
When determining R, S chirality centers, is it required to have the hydrogen pointing at you and go ...
10-5-2018 at 07:11
by: ninhydric1
Gallium and mercury acetate from Peracid+element in GAA
What are you planning to use these acetates for?
9-5-2018 at 21:06
by: ninhydric1
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