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chemship1978 - 27-10-2020 at 07:43

Hello,
one of my friends contacted me and suggested that I could offer my stock here, on this forum.

I sell various chemicals in agreeable prices with shipping from Europe. The flat rate for all European countries except Eastern Europe is 25 euro. For Eastern Europe it's usually cheaper. I ship to wherever it is possible, but the shipping costs increase exponentially. Also the problem of customs arises when shipping hazardous chemicals.
Here is a small list of what is avaiable. Please do not worry if what you're looking for isn't here. I can arrange it for you, just send me an email or U2U.

ACETIC ANHYDRIDE. 99,5%
iodine chloride, for synthesis
Benzyl alcohol -------- Sodium tetraborate
Isopropyl alcohol -------- Formaldehyde 40% sol
Ethanol -------- Diethyl ether
Methanol -------- Red phosphorus
Sodium hypochlorite-------- Iodine crystals
Phenylacetic acid -------- Potassium iodide
Ascorbic acid -------- Methylamine 40% sol
Nitric acid, 55% -------- Potassium permanganate
Nitric acid, 65% -------- Hydrogen peroxide, 35%
Citric acid -------- Nitroethane
Hydrofluoric acid, 77% -------- Nitromethane
Phosphoric acid, 75% -------- Ethyl acetate
Phosphoric acid, 85% -------- Phosphorus pentachloride
Butyric acid (100ml) -------- Sodium pyrosulphate
Lactic acid -------- Magensium sulphate, anh
Formic acid, 85% -------- Sodium hydroxide
Acetic acid, 85% -------- Sodium bicarbonate
Acetic acid, 99.8% -------- Sodium sillicate
Polyacrylic acid -------- Tetrahydrofuran
Salicylic acid -------- Copper(II) oxide
Sulfuric acid, 97% -------- Toluene
Hydrchloric acid, 37% -------- Triethanolamine
Oxalic acid
Bromine -------- Acetonitrile
Acetone -------- Caffeine
Ammonia solution 25% -------- 1,4-dioxane
Aniline -------- 4-methylpropiophenone
Potassium nitrate -------- 4-chloropropiophenone
Benzaldehyde -------- 2-bromo-4-methylpropiophenone
Benzene -------- 2-bromo-4-chloropropiophenone
Extraction petroleum -------- 3-methylbenzonitrile
Acetic anhydride -------- Valerophenone
Benzyl chloride -------- Ethylamine, 73% sol
Aluminium chloride -------- Cyclohexylamine
Magnesium chloride -------- 1-Phenylethylamine
DCM -------- Procaine
Propionyl chloride -------- Butylamine
Iron(III) chloride -------- Mercury
Methylamine hydrochloride -------- Mercury(II) chloride
Chloroform -------- Potassium hydroxide
1,4-butanodiol -------- Chlorobenzene
2,5-dimethoxynitrostyrene-------- Ammonium formate
2,5-dimethoxybenzaldehyde -------- Phenylnitropropene
4-fluorobenzaldehyde -------- Benzyl benzoate
Acetanilide -------- Sodium borohydride
Potassium chlorate -------- Microcrystalline celulose
Acetyl chloride -------- Thionyl chloride
Ethylamine hydrochloride -------- Lidocaine hydrochloride
Sodium cyanide -------- Potassium cyanide
Potassium dichromate-------- Ethylenediamine
Fenacetine -------- Eugenol
1-(4-Fluorophenyl)-2-nitropropene
Geraniol -------- Guaiacol
Indole -------- Helional
L-phenylalanine -------- Sodium metal
Myglyol 840 -------- Methylamine 33% sol in MeOH
n-hexane -------- N-bromosuccinimide
Sodium acetate, anh -------- N-methylformamide
Ethylenediamine diacetate -------- N,N-dimethylformamide
Ethyl oleinate -------- Methyl salicylate
Pyrrolidine -------- Diethyl sulfate
Thallium oxide -------- Magensium stearate
Formamide -------- Triethylamine, anhydrous
Thymol -------- alpha-methylstyrene
Triethylamine, anhydrous -------- Benzaldehyde
Thymol -------- 3,4-dimethoxybenzaldehyde
alpha-methylstyrene -------- anisaldehyde, 4-methoxybenzaldehyde
isobutyl alcohol -------- vanillin
isoamyl alcohol -------- paraformaldehyde
2,4,6-trichlorophenol -------- p-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde
pyrogallol -------- 4-fluorobenzaldehyde
nicotine amide -------- ethylvanillin
n-methylformanilide -------- propionic aldehyde, propionaldehyde
L-tryptophan -------- salicylaldehyde
L-proline -------- catechol
pyridine -------- 2-phenylethanol
cyclohexylamine -------- methoxyethanol
N,N-diisopropylethylamine -------- phluoroglucinol
dimethylamine 40% sol -------- t-butanol
TRIS -------- t-amyl alcohol
morpholine -------- sesamol
diethylamine -------- methoxypropanol
hydrazine sulfate -------- polivinyl alcohol
triethanoloamine -------- menthol
4-methyl-3-nitroaniline -------- 1,3-benzodioxole
N-propylamine -------- propyl, butyl and pentyl nitriles
di-N-propylamine -------- various indicators and dyes
phtalic anhydrid -------- maleic anhydride
succinic anhydride -------- hydroquinone
ethyl acetylacetate -------- p-quinone
diethyl oxalate -------- diethyl carbonate
benzyl benzoate -------- 1,4-dioxane
2,2-bipirydyl -------- benzotriazole
1-phenyl-3-methy-
-5-pirazone -------- Toluilotriazole
quinoline -------- 1,4-diazabicyclo[2.2.2] octane
sodium hydride -------- lithium aluminum hydride
nitromethane -------- calcium hydride
hydroxylamine hydrochloride -------- sodium cyanoborohydride
phenidone -------- CTAB PTC
triphenylphosphine -------- methol
propiophenone -------- saccharin
tartaric acid -------- isonicotinic acid
salicylic acid -------- trichloroacetic acid
amidosulfonic acid -------- 3-indoleacetic acid
fumaric acid -------- nicotinic acid
malonic acid -------- gallic acid
mercaptosuccinic acid -------- 4-nitrobenzoic acid
cyanoacetic acid -------- 3,5-dihydroxybenzoic acid
2-bromobutyric acid -------- 2-bromopropionic acid
trifluoroacetic acid -------- tribromoacetic acid
3,5-dinitrosalicylic acid -------- Nordihydroguaiaretic acid
2-formylbenzoic acid -------- adipic acid
acetylacetone -------- and many others...
cyclohexanone -------- benzophenone
hydrobromic acid -------- bizmuth
selenic acid -------- indium
N-methylpyrrolidone -------- manganese
phosphorus, red -------- zinc powder
PEG 400-6000 (different lenghts, too chose)
Various inorganic salts, including

KBrO3, KIO3, NH4I
tosyl chloride
phosphorus pentoxide -------- DMSO
D2O, heavy water -------- thiourea
lithium hydroxide -------- benzoyl chloride
various organic salts... -------- propionyl chloride
PALLADIUM CHLORIDE

I can whip you up documents regarding purity of most of these chemicals and try to find some that are not on the list. Please bear in mind that chemical laws are persistent and I will obey them - I won't send something considered a drug or explosive precursor to a place that has such law.


Please contact me here via an U2U or (preferably) via email on warsawian1978@protonmail.com

Thank you.


[Edited on 27-10-2020 by chemship1978]

[Edited on 27-10-2020 by chemship1978]

Syn the Sizer - 27-10-2020 at 08:16

I realize you asked to contact via U2U or email, but I feel this question may get asked of you lots so figured it could be added to the forum as a sort of faq.

I see it says shipping from Europe, do you ship outside of Europe? Like say to North America or more specifically Canada.

If you do, it might be an idea to list what countries you do or do not ship to outside of Europe, if not I am sure we all understand.

chemship1978 - 27-10-2020 at 08:21

Yes - I ship to wherever it is possible, but the shipping costs increase exponentially. Also the problem of customs arises when shipping hazardous chemicals. I'll edit the post to say exactly that. Shipping to Canada seems to cost around 50 euro.

[Edited on 27-10-2020 by chemship1978]

Antigua - 27-10-2020 at 16:14

Oh, good to see you here. I can assure that this guy is a responsible seller, can't count how many times he's gotten me some weird reagents I needed for transition metal chemistry... good luck.

Cou - 27-10-2020 at 21:20

Can you ship thionyl chloride to the USA?

nzlostpass - 28-10-2020 at 01:50

Can you ship to New Zealand and what would be the cost please?

chemship1978 - 28-10-2020 at 02:59

Unluckily that would require the courier, which is expensive. Was it something like 80 euros? But if my national post starts sending to NZ it's gonna be much cheaper. I'll send you a U2U once that happens.

Cou - I sent you a u2u

[Edited on 28-10-2020 by chemship1978]

Herr Haber - 28-10-2020 at 07:05

Quote: Originally posted by nzlostpass  
Can you ship to New Zealand and what would be the cost please?


I know what I'd send you if I were your Santa ;)

nzlostpass - 29-10-2020 at 02:09

Quote: Originally posted by Herr Haber  
Quote: Originally posted by nzlostpass  
Can you ship to New Zealand and what would be the cost please?


I know what I'd send you if I were your Santa ;)


I guess iIt wouldnt be too hard to guess if you read my previous posts :)

Belowzero - 29-10-2020 at 05:53

3 posts and selling various highly controlled precursours.
Not sure what to think..

chemship1978 - 29-10-2020 at 06:45

I'm in process of completing some orders already, once they're done I'm sure folks from here will leave opinions so that no doubt is left.

Corrosive Joeseph - 29-10-2020 at 07:10

Quote: Originally posted by Belowzero  

Not sure what to think..


How about if you don't.... Because you obviously didn't.

/CJ

Regulations

MadHatter - 29-10-2020 at 10:38

I created a text file from chemship1978's 1st post.
It's alphabetical(ignoring numeric prefixes: e.g. 3,3-).
The file can be downloaded from here:
Attachment: CHEM_LIST.txt (8kB)
This file has been downloaded 451 times


A list(below) has been created concerning
potential regulatory problems especially in
the U.S.A..


Used as or in Chemical Warfare Agents

- Thionyl Chloride
- Triethanolamine


DEA List 1 Chemicals

- Benzaldehyde
- Ethylamine, 73% sol
- Ethylamine Hydrochloride
- Formamide
- Iodine(crystals)
- Methylamine(33% sol in MeOH)
- Methylamine(40% sol)
- Methylamine Hydrochloride
- Nitroethane
- Phenylacetic Acid
- Red Phosphorus


DEA List 2 Chemicals

- Acetic Anhydride(99.5%)
- Acetone(OTC)
- Ammonium Formate
- Benzyl Chloride
- Diethyl Ether(OTC)
- Hydrochloric Acid, 37%(OTC)
- Potassium Permanganate(OTC)
- Sulfuric Acid, 97%(OTC)
- Toluene

DEA List 2 chemicals are generally for large
quantities. The chemicals labeled (OTC) can
usually be found over the counter in the U.S.A..


DEA Special Surveillance Chemicals

- Cyclohexanone
- Dimethylamine 40% sol
- Formic acid, 85%
- Mercury(II) Chloride
- N-Methylformamide
- Phosphorus Pentachloride
- Pyridine
- Sodium, metal


Extremely Hazardous Substance(U.S. regulation)

- Chloroform


Edited post and file for clarity.

[Edited on 2020/10/30 by MadHatter]

chemship1978 - 29-10-2020 at 10:43

Thank you! That will surely prove useful to my American clients.

Syn the Sizer - 29-10-2020 at 11:44

Quote: Originally posted by chemship1978  
Yes - I ship to wherever it is possible, but the shipping costs increase exponentially. Also the problem of customs arises when shipping hazardous chemicals. I'll edit the post to say exactly that. Shipping to Canada seems to cost around 50 euro.

[Edited on 27-10-2020 by chemship1978]


Awesome that is good to know

Also I think the alphabetical list was a good idea MadHatter, specially with US regulations.

Fery - 30-10-2020 at 23:04

I already started to trade with chemship1978, I let you all informed. Since yet everything OK, he responds very quickly, prices are OK, he is able to find cheaper variants (I do not need extra pure compounds for organic syntheses). I have the competence to handle even the most toxic chemicals (in my country labeled T and T+ which means toxic and extra toxic) and also medical substances including psychoactive and precursors... so no limits for me. I'll let you all informed. An I wish chemship1978 to build trust here quickly.

Umbrellaterm - 13-11-2020 at 04:07

Is this guy legitimate?

[Edited on 13-11-2020 by Umbrellaterm]

Fery - 17-11-2020 at 03:06

I highly recommend chemship1978, great seller!
I received first items from him just right now, it was only first testing order with 10 chemicals for less than 300 EUR. Very well packed, I received only one such well packed parcel in my whole life (that was 2,5 kg Br2 few years ago). Very good prices, quick delivery.

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chemship1978 - 17-11-2020 at 03:14

Thank you very much! I was worried whether the glass bottles would be treated well by the courier and I'm glad it all survived. On the other hand, I recommend Fery as a buyer! Very quick payments and a really nice person overall (shh, don't tell him that!).
Hope we can do some trades in the future once again ;)

nzlostpass - 17-11-2020 at 03:21

Quote: Originally posted by Fery  
I highly recommend chemship1978, great seller!
I received first items from him just right now, it was only first testing order with 10 chemicals for less than 300 EUR. Very well packed, I received only one such well packed parcel in my whole life (that was 2,5 kg Br2 few years ago). Very good prices, quick delivery.



What on earth do you have 10kg of amitriptyline for? Thats a real bad depression!
Some kind of dmt synthesis?

[Edited on 17-11-2020 by nzlostpass]

Fery - 17-11-2020 at 04:21

nzlostpass - the barrel is already empty... approx 400 000 pills were made from the containing substance years ago which could treat 300 people for 1 year... today there are much more safer antidepressants... amitriptyline is quite cardiotoxic, 20 pills taken in suicidium (suicidial attempts are often seen in people with depression) and almost no chance to survive... today modern pills 100 taken and poor patient still alive (and even not sleeping), sometimes even abusing like here - 150 pills of tianeptine per day https://www.researchgate.net/publication/12645958_Abuse_of_t...
chemship1978 - preparing a list of items to buy from you :)

chemship1978 - 18-11-2020 at 00:17


New stuff for sale!

OLEUM, 30% SO3 H2SO4

Sodium hypophosphite

Agar agar, technical, pure and for microbiology

Sodium and potassium nitrates and nitrites

Titanium dioxide

Chitin

Citral, lemonal

Various zinc powder and granules of different purities

Magnesium powder and ribbons

Aluminum powder

Copper foil, powder and granules

Tin granules, foil and powder

Bizmuth pieces, powder and granules

Lead powder, granules and foil

Selenium powder

Coumarin

Trypsin for microbiology

Acenaphthene

Antimony (Sb) granules and powder

n-butanol

Celit SiO2, for purifications and filtrations

Perchloric acid, various concentrations from 20 to 70%

Picric acid

Quinine sulfate

Trichloroethylene

Tetrachloroethylene

Tetrabutylammonium hydroxide (PTC, TBAB, TBAI, TBAC)

Hydrazine hydrate, concentrations from 80 to 99%

Ammonium molybdate

Murexide

Thiourea

Chromium trioxide CrO3 for synthesis

Benzyl cyanide, benzyl nitrile, phenylacetonitrile

Phenol

Imidazole

p-Toluensulfonic acid, tosylic acid, p-TsOH

sodium azide

diethanoloamine, OH-CH2-CH2-NH-CH2-CH2-OH

Acrylamide

Cyclohexane

Carbon tetrachloride, CCl4

Guanidine hydrochloride

Isooctane

4-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde, p-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde

m-dinitrobenzene, 1,3-dinitrobenzene

Isopropylacetone










[Edited on 18-11-2020 by chemship1978]

schroedinger1881 - 19-11-2020 at 14:25

I am joining Fery with a strong recommendation for chemship1978 !
He offers hard-to-obtain chemicals at an absolutely fair price, answers all questions quickly and items arrived well packed within 5 business days to Western Europe. Awesome! I will definitely order from him again. Thank you.

Umbrellaterm - 21-11-2020 at 02:19

Trade initiated and seller supposedly sent the item(s). I have received confirmation that the parcel has been sent. I will report back if it’s indeed the true product. So far seller has been very professional and answers swiftly.

Updated list

MadHatter - 21-11-2020 at 09:17



Attachment: CHEM_LIST.txt (10kB)
This file has been downloaded 565 times

Fery - 21-11-2020 at 13:16

triethanolamine on the list attended my curiosity, it was possible to buy it without problems from photo suppliers (I do not know whether still at present time or not anymore)
I did not know that replacing all 3 -OH with -Cl makes very nasty compound even worse than Yperite
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HN3_(nitrogen_mustard)

NaK - 25-11-2020 at 12:53

Quote: Originally posted by Umbrellaterm  
Trade initiated and seller supposedly sent the item(s). I have received confirmation that the parcel has been sent. I will report back if it’s indeed the true product. So far seller has been very professional and answers swiftly.


https://www.sciencemadness.org/whisper/viewthread.php?tid=15...
Let's hope this isn't cyanide. Otherwise this place could get some pretty serious attention pretty soon

[Edited on 25-11-2020 by NaK]

glen - 4-12-2020 at 16:51

TEA is widely available in the USA no questions asked....

Umbrellaterm - 5-12-2020 at 01:35

Quote: Originally posted by NaK  
Quote: Originally posted by Umbrellaterm  
Trade initiated and seller supposedly sent the item(s). I have received confirmation that the parcel has been sent. I will report back if it’s indeed the true product. So far seller has been very professional and answers swiftly.


https://www.sciencemadness.org/whisper/viewthread.php?tid=15...
Let's hope this isn't cyanide. Otherwise this place could get some pretty serious attention pretty soon

[Edited on 25-11-2020 by NaK]


Are you for real? No, I didn’t purchase that product.
Even if I were I would never do something like you think.
Please, stop accusing innocent people.

On topic; I have received the package and I’m currently testing all the products to check it’s legitimacy.
Chemship sent the items and I can recommend him so far.
Like I said, I’m in the process of verifying that it’s indeed the real goods. I’m sure it is, but I want to be sure before I get back here.

teodor - 5-12-2020 at 03:49

Really I would bother about somebody's else legitimacy than 1978.

Umbrellaterm - 8-12-2020 at 11:34

I recommend this seller.

OrganicGuy - 13-12-2020 at 05:22

Quote: Originally posted by Belowzero  
3 posts and selling various highly controlled precursours.
Not sure what to think..

Maybe controled where you live, bu t not other places. And besides that, what is it of your concernes?

Benignium - 16-12-2020 at 14:34

chemship1978 found out that I was looking for LAH and actually contacted me with a very reasonably priced offering. Amazing salesmanship. I ended up purchasing 25 grams each of LiAlH4 and NaBH4. Very pleasant dude. Extraordinarily quick to respond as well as to dispatch the items they had on hand. Reagents exactly as described. Nothing but positive things to say. Have ordered again, will order again. Cheers!



[Edited on 16-12-2020 by Benignium]

teodor - 5-1-2021 at 12:27

I bought Na metal, Mg metal, CrO3, benzene, cobalt nitrate, chromium nitrate, diethyl ether from chemship1978. I am very satisfied with the ability to discuss what I need and to get quick answers for all my questions. Considering also the big assortment (some of these compounds are not easy to buy) I would wish a great success for chemship1978 in supplying responsible members of this forum with quality chemicals which will just make things happen.

karlos³ - 5-1-2021 at 13:22

Whats your shipping cost inside the EU?
I had bad experiences with some polish suppliers demanding 30€ shipping.
Otherwise, they are fine though... but I don't want to pay 30€ shipping on an order of chemicals for 50 bucks.

Fyndium - 5-1-2021 at 13:34

When using couriers it is somewhat the starting cost, 20 to 30 euros for EU shipping. You could ask them to post them in a normal letter mail if it's so small, tracked or non-tracked, possibly on your own responsibility.

Otherwise, I would consider them as a specialty chemical suppliers you might not buy your ordinary table reagents, and are willing to spend several hundred per order to balance out things.

karlos³ - 5-1-2021 at 13:51

Yeah well, thats for sure, I'm not going to buy my ordinary stuff from someone like this.
But I still have to buy chemicals, yet since I started studying(late in life), I just don't have the money left that I usually had for this.
Guess in that case it is up to group buys, just as usual...

Benignium - 11-1-2021 at 12:22

Another order received. Extremely well packed and yet again everything is in order. What a privilege!





katyushaslab - 19-1-2021 at 00:55

Which payment methods is this seller accepting? Bank transfers? Cryptocurrency? Would be useful to know what options there are.

njl - 19-1-2021 at 06:40

Paypal and similar platforms were offered to me but he was fairly flexible.

Schleimsäure - 20-1-2021 at 06:49

Everything arrived very well packed.
There was a big time delay after paying the original order, but it was not his fault.
Recommended

woelen - 20-1-2021 at 07:32

I also am very happy with an order from chemship1978.
Perfect service and the materials were very well packaged.
I also had to wait somewhat longer, because one of the items, isoamyl alcohol, he had to backorder. This took a few weeks. As a compensation chemship1978 tossed in a generous amount of PPh3, which was not part of the original order!

Recommended if you need some special reagents.

schroedinger1881 - 25-1-2021 at 22:17

As stated last year, i will be back with this chems vendor. Again, great service at reasonable prices. He checked a controlled substance for me and even made some purity and quality analysis before he shipped it.
Anyone who wants to obtain chemicals, even those, which are considered as "don´t even think to buy this stuff ;)" are not a big deal for him.

Rating "Strong Buy! "



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Panache - 27-1-2021 at 23:58

Im jealous of you eu heads there...this seller seems tres supergut.

FrenchChemist - 28-1-2021 at 00:20

I wouldn't be that jealous

his words:

"Please bear in mind that chemical laws are persistent and I will obey them - I won't send something considered a drug or explosive precursor to a place that has such law."

and then he wrote that he will continue to sell chemicals that will be treated as explosives precursors from February:

"Anyone in dire need of sulfuric acid or nitromethane can hit me up, I have some in stock and will be selling it for future to come."

what a hypocrisy, then why declare something that has no real coverage ? I have no idea

plus his clients posting photos of the products they bought or describing their orders in detail (I do not delve into whether they are legal in a given country), very smart, I don't predict a long career for him

chemship1978 - 28-1-2021 at 01:26

FrenchChemist - none of the chemicals I sell are restricted. What schroedinger1881 probably meant is that some of the reagents he wanted were on the REACH lists, which required a use declaration, which he provided to me. And what I meant by the second quote was of course sending it to someone that can provide a company declaration, as I can't sell it to private persons anymore over the regulated concentrations. I will be more than happy to dilute the reagent and send it like that to anyone who is not a company.

I don't have much to hide, as I'm not sending anyone illegal drug precursors or explosive reagents. I would recommend you to first have some business with a person you're trying to demean, then post your opinion. For some reason, the only negative posts in this thread have been from people who have not yet ordered anything.

katyushaslab - 28-1-2021 at 05:34

Just to add, the "end use declarations" required for REACH compliance in general aren't particularly onerous to fill out.

While I haven't had to fill one with this seller, I have had to when buying regulated materials from another supplier - filling them out took a while 5 minutes of my life to do.

Fyndium - 28-1-2021 at 13:44

Posting order details can indeed cause misunderstandings, I have personally faced this multiple times when buying reagents - because practically every useful chemical is also on some sort of list, be it REACH, precursor or something else that can be thought as red-flaggable. For those who deal in chemical industry know that many seemingly suspicious combinations of orders have very legitimate uses. Even every precursor has wide legitimate uses, it's their dual-use which have made them restricted for consumers, but for many precursors it actually is not banned, one just needs EUD or other formal statement, which is not sent anywhere, but kept on record "just in case something happens".

Fact is and will be that specialty chemicals are and will never be sold on ordinary commercial settings, primarily because they have extremely small market. This rarity leads to unfamiliarity, which in turn immediately makes it suspicious-looking. Because there is no consumer market for fine chemicals, I have obtained a business entity, which opens basically all of the chemical suppliers' list for my use.

Using certain email services or cryptocurrencies can simply arise from their ease. I've used a lot of crypto in very various circumstances, because if you have them already, it is a one-click fast transfer without middle hands. Bank transfer can take several days to apply.

I also have 24/7 VPN in use, for know because I got one for free for a couple of years and I get to circumvent many geo-blocked contents.

Fery - 29-1-2021 at 04:03

Again great deal with chemship1978, perfectly packed, no problems with 2 bottles of most nasty reagents among all of them. Good quality, good prices, he is able to obtain really rare chemicals - exactly as stated in this thread name. Going to buy from him soon again. One of my favorite suppliers.

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woelen - 29-1-2021 at 12:11

Thread pruned, rest of thread is good for detritus.

@FrenchChemist: You did not order anything from chemship1978. I have no objection to some critical remarks, but your attitude is rightout negative, not only to chemship1978, but also to others. So, that's why I pruned the thread.

FrenchChemist - 29-1-2021 at 12:19

Of course I mentioned that, but so many people have referred to my questions that were directed at you. Only you.

Fyndium - do you live in the country where the author lives ??

If not, there is no point in comparing different countries, each has a different law. Except for a few common elements.


chemiship1978 - you have the capital of this country in your nickname from your e-mail address, you import products from this country and you tell me that to buy phenylacetic acid you do not need special registration ?? at a value above 1kg ??

Of course you don't have and you never will. And if you ever will buy legally - oh boy, hope you keep your customers informed.

Curiosity won - forgive me for these questions, but I wanted to be sure of your words.
Complete nonsense.

Please do not defend the clients - it is logical that you will stand up for them so I do not expect honesty. If you sell them reagents, they are probably adults and they will do well without you.

That's all I have to add on this topic. Have fun boys.

arkoma - 30-1-2021 at 01:13

Quote: Originally posted by FrenchChemist  
Of course I mentioned that, but so many people have referred to my questions that were directed at you. Only you.

Fyndium - do you live in the country where the author lives ??

If not, there is no point in comparing different countries, each has a different law. Except for a few common elements.


chemiship1978 - you have the capital of this country in your nickname from your e-mail address, you import products from this country and you tell me that to buy phenylacetic acid you do not need special registration ?? at a value above 1kg ??

Of course you don't have and you never will. And if you ever will buy legally - oh boy, hope you keep your customers informed.

Curiosity won - forgive me for these questions, but I wanted to be sure of your words.
Complete nonsense.

Please do not defend the clients - it is logical that you will stand up for them so I do not expect honesty. If you sell them reagents, they are probably adults and they will do well without you.

That's all I have to add on this topic. Have fun boys.


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zed - 30-1-2021 at 04:56

I'm in the U.S.A.. There are very few reagents that are actually illegal to possess. Even for some of those; possession without illicit intent, is not a problem.

Now, selling list I reagents, requires a permit. And, even with a permit, knowingly selling listed reagents destined for clandestine purposes, is a big no-no..

But, beyond those limitations; most transactions are legal.

I have no special permits, other than cash.

A licensed seller, offered me 500 grams of LiAlH4 this week. Tempting, but I try to avoid working with it.

I can buy barrels of Concentrated Sulfuric acid, if I want it. And countless explosives precursors are just a mouse click away.

In my jurisdiction, all "Pot" products are legal, and legal to manufacture... But, not legal to manufacture in residential neighborhoods, like mine. Too many buildings have been destroyed, by solvent detonations.

Might I suggest that folks that are not blatantly menacing the health of the public in serious ways, be left well enough alone?

The planet has bigger problems right now.













[Edited on 30-1-2021 by zed]

arkoma - 30-1-2021 at 15:24

well said zed

Tellurium - 24-2-2021 at 17:37

I can absolutely recommend this seller. Fast communication, good prices and proper packaging!

Schleimsäure - 26-2-2021 at 11:42

Another satisfying order, well packed and timely too.

katyushaslab - 26-2-2021 at 12:15

Just got my order, extremely satisfying. Package survived our postal service without any issues. Friendly guy, was able to hook me up with some stuff I was having issues sourcing. Will be ordering again.

Fyndium - 26-2-2021 at 14:49

I wonder if anyone's ever came up with a reagent that this guy wasn't able to source. Just out of curiosity.

Of course, except the obvious ones that are restricted.

ChemichaelRXN - 1-3-2021 at 12:51

Great supplier, thank you for the order! Received well in Canada.

Highly recommend and will order more compounds soon.

enlight - 30-3-2021 at 02:43

I can't recommend this guy enough! Everything was received to North America roughly two weeks from the shipment date, which is great considering the method and time period (COVID) in which it was shipped.

I am pleased with the order, and was quite ecstatic to see that everything arrived in one piece. If you ever have trouble tracking down reagents, I would consider giving chemship a try!

Mateo_swe - 2-4-2021 at 06:34

I bought a very much needed 2.5L bottle of hi-quality diethyl ether from chemship1978 and it has now been delivered.
It was very well packed in the box and delivery was quick and without any problems.
My experience with chemship1978 was all positive and i would use his services again if needed.
Thanks for the ether.

itsallgoodjames - 6-4-2021 at 15:53

Nitric acid arrived to Canada safe and sound. Highly recommended. Will likely buy again.

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njl - 6-4-2021 at 16:36

Just ordered some NaN3. Hopefully will arrive in the next ~3 weeks.

Fery - 8-4-2021 at 02:47

Another good trade with chemship1978. Whatever is your primary job, I wish you better life from this hobby job incomes. Or even better, expand more in this yet side job and do in your life things you always wanted to do, things in which you are excellent.

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Benignium - 14-4-2021 at 08:54

Another superbly packed and flawlessly delivered order, thank you!





Cou - 14-4-2021 at 11:04

sticky this

arkoma - 15-4-2021 at 17:27

Ordered a small, collectible qty of reagent from Chemship, and got it today. Packed well, a nice "neutral", but still honest customs declaration and a stamp that I can save instead of a meter strip.

Took 20 days from the Post Marked date from Krakow to central U.S. <<<< time provided for informational purposes to others here in the US that order.

Thanks.

njl - 26-4-2021 at 19:17

Fast replies, good prices, reliable shipping. :D

xxxhibition - 3-5-2021 at 05:11


I can absolutely recommend this seller.
Would buy again.
Thank you chemship:D

Keras - 4-5-2021 at 07:05

Chempur are really good suppliers anyway. I'd rather buy any good from them than spare a few euros and order manky stuff from China.

FrenchChemist - 4-5-2021 at 07:28

Quote: Originally posted by Keras  
Chempur are really good suppliers anyway. I'd rather buy any good from them than spare a few euros and order manky stuff from China.



Chempur which chemiship1978 uses as a source (judging by the photos), a lot of its reagents are sourced from China.
As for example red phosphorus, 4 years ago, when ordering from chempur (100 g), I received a certificate of origin where China was a producer.

Keras - 4-5-2021 at 07:43

Quote: Originally posted by FrenchChemist  

Chempur which chemiship1978 uses as a source (judging by the photos), a lot of its reagents are sourced from China.
As for example red phosphorus, 4 years ago, when ordering from chempur (100 g), I received a certificate of origin where China was a producer.


Lol. Was at least the phosphorus pure?
I mean, if it’s produced in China but has the quality properly assayed by a European company, then it’s okay I think? As I understand it, phosphorus fabrication is seldom undertaken by chemical companies anyways. It’s more like mining and metallurgy, since it is extracted from phosphate rocks. So, I mean, it doesn’t really surprise me.

FrenchChemist - 4-5-2021 at 07:51

Quote: Originally posted by Keras  

Lol. Was at least the phosphorus pure?
I mean, if it’s produced in China but has the quality properly assayed by a European company, then it’s okay I think? As I understand it, phosphorus fabrication is seldom undertaken by chemical companies anyways. It’s more like mining and metallurgy, since it is extracted from phosphate rocks. So, I mean, it doesn’t really surprise me.


from what I remember + -97%

who knows how many more products are imported directly from China and how many are their own chempur production

Keras - 4-5-2021 at 08:11

Quote: Originally posted by FrenchChemist  

from what I remember + -97%
who knows how many more products are imported directly from China and how many are their own chempur production


I suppose they manufacture most of the organic products. Pure elements they probably source from elsewhere. You can’t expect a chemical company to produce aluminium, for example. That’s a whole different know-how and industry.

[Edited on 4-5-2021 by Keras]

Fyndium - 4-5-2021 at 09:01

Many chemical suppliers make only selected of their own chemicals. They source any stuff that is available, and either repack it directly or refine it to higher grade. Rest is made, if it is in their catalogue, like Sigma and others do, and they also have subcontractors that produce stuff.

Also, industrial scale production is not the same as technical grade, for example glacial acetic acid is produced in very high purity from large facilities, and many smaller companies simply repack that stuff. I sourced my GAA and 98% SA out of interest and found that they trace back to large facilities that produce them by MT. There they are loaded into bulk cargo ships, railway tankers and delivered, possibly to other side of the world, and finally sold as bulk byop(bring your own pump) or packed into IBC, barrel, canister, and someone will also bottle them.

Phosphorus is likely sourced from a company that produces either military or food grade or both of phosphorus, and their different forms. Food-grade phosphorus is made by distilling elemental P, and reacting it to form phosphoric acid. So, the facility produces elemental P, phosphorous pentoxide and phosphoric acid, possibly in different variations. That stuff they may either refine themselves or sell to someone who forms it into red phosphorus.

Keras - 4-5-2021 at 09:49

Quote: Originally posted by Fyndium  
Many chemical suppliers make only selected of their own chemicals. They source any stuff that is available, and either repack it directly or refine it to higher grade. Rest is made, if it is in their catalogue, like Sigma and others do, and they also have subcontractors that produce stuff.


Makes sense. Every chem company cannot produce everything they sell. That wouldn't stack up, as well as being a pointless waste of resources, especially given the size and bulk industrial production chains require.

The problem is that if a given chemical is produced by one or two companies, both located in the same country, then supply may be at risk. Didn't we suffer a shortage of vitamin C at the beginning of the CoVID outbreak because China was in lockdown?

Fyndium - 4-5-2021 at 10:12

Shortage is not unheard of. Actually, it's common, at least pharmaceutical officials report hundreds of supply issues annually.

Some second-priority commodity is definitely not on the list. Many things are not produced at all, or just by one or two companies, because no one wants to buy them.

I'm not exactly sure how fine chemicals suppliers actually do all their stuff. Do they actually have, as I've understood, staffed labs of different sizes that do batches of stuff as per-order, or do they order them from subcontractors which do the stuff, and supply it when they can?

What I'm saying that is there somewhere a hired chemist, who gets an order from sales department of 2.5kg of hydrogen unobtaniumide, and he puts on coat, checks the synthesis run, does some calculations and gets to work?

Keras - 4-5-2021 at 10:24

Yeah, pharmaceuticals sometimes are in short supply just because pharm companies don’t make enough money with them. That’s the case of most antibiotics.

And I have no clue either. I would tend to think that, yeah, they have small chains that they can switch on and off on request, or maybe they dismantle partially and dedicate to something else if no order is pending. I have recently bought glassware from a guy who himself scavenged a large set of items from a small pharmaceutical company that went bankrupt. He still has lotsa big multi-litre-sized reactors and stuff, so I imagine those where used to produce some sort of molecules at medium scale. Like, with a 5 L reactor you can probably make a couple of kgs of any not-too-intricated-to-produce molecule.

But that’s just wild guessing.

Fyndium - 4-5-2021 at 11:38

Your 5L flask reminded me, I've noticed multiple times that a seemingly larg-ish flask isn't that large after all. After all reagents, solvents and other adjuncts, the actual useful amount of desired reagent/product might be only in scale of few hundred grams.

So, if making ANYTHING for any sort of production use, flasks very quickly scale to start from 10, 20 liters and so on. Clandestine chemists who make stuff that people want to pay premium can easily deal with smaller amounts, but some secondary reagent that doesn't cost that much at all, will not have any second more wasted time than absolutely necessary. Usually the operator time is one of the most expensive factors, although one chemist can run many reaction setups at the same time, because most modern pilot plants are very autonomic and programmable.

Keras - 4-5-2021 at 11:59

Quote: Originally posted by Fyndium  
So, if making ANYTHING for any sort of production use, flasks very quickly scale to start from 10, 20 liters and so on.


Yeah, I mentioned 5 L, but I'm sure he has collected bigger ones. For me, who essentially work at microscale, this is like behemoths.

Fyndium - 4-5-2021 at 12:16

For experimenting or some small work, small equipment is better because it's cheap, easier to manage and the reagents are also cheap. Sometimes I've stopped counting when I realized a single charge for synthesis can easily have several hundreds worth of reagents.

Keras - 4-5-2021 at 23:41

Quote: Originally posted by Fyndium  
For experimenting or some small work, small equipment is better because it's cheap, easier to manage and the reagents are also cheap. Sometimes I've stopped counting when I realized a single charge for synthesis can easily have several hundreds worth of reagents.


Yeah. I have always been fond of the byword 'small is beautiful'. Matter of fact, I’m thinking about buying a true microscale kit for conducting reactions with only like tens of milligrams of reactants. At least for experimenting, it’s the best approach. Once you have found a satisfactory procedure, it’s easy to scale up.

D3ltaNine - 6-6-2021 at 11:49

I had my order come in as expected!
Seller is very responsive, reagents are of expected quality, and it was shipped fast. No duties or any custom related problems (I'm in Canada), the containers/bottles (order included powders and liquids) were intact and well packaged.

Took a while to get delivered, but I blame Covid.
I will definitely order again from Chemship!

chemship1978 - 16-6-2021 at 02:33

Hi,
I would like to inform everyone interested that the stock of SIGMA ALDRICH, ACROS ORGANICS, ANGENE SCIENTIFIC, AMBEED and various other suppliers is available fully and in low and fair prices.
The shipping I offer is reliable and as quick as possible and the reviews left by my clients reflect it.

Please don't hesitate to inquire about any chemicals you'd need through my U2Us or mail at warsawian1978@protonmail.com.
I answer all inquiries in 24 hours.


Sending my best wishes.

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teodor - 14-7-2021 at 07:38

I have received a new package from chemship1978, it is very fast & reliable comparing with some local sellers I tried before. So, I would prefer to pay to this man who really knows how to provide service for mad scientists like me. I recommend he to everyone who is dreaming about new experiments but have no idea where to get the reagents.

Mateo_swe - 20-7-2021 at 08:49

Received my second order today.
Well packed and exactly what i ordered, fast delivery.
Thanks for supplying this service.

NitratedKittens - 10-9-2021 at 10:51

Received my order from chemship1978 this tuesday, the parcel was shipped promptly and without issue. It is fantastic to be able to purchase obscure reagents at a good price.

jenijjun - 20-9-2021 at 10:09

Great service and patience, everything arrived safely as it was really thoroughly packed. Prices are great and I can't recommend enough, communication is fast and enjoyable as well so this is for sure not the last time I buy:).

NicolaeB - 7-10-2021 at 07:25

Perfect communication,good packaging, (very) competitive prices. I would recommend him even if you already have a supplier. Beyond being a seller, chemship1978 is both a businessman, providing good service (I was pleasantly surprised on how he handled my questions and requests) and a fellow scientist.

draculic acid69 - 8-10-2021 at 02:30

Quote: Originally posted by Fyndium  
Your 5L flask reminded me, I've noticed multiple times that a seemingly larg-ish flask isn't that large after all. After all reagents, solvents and other adjuncts, the actual useful amount of desired reagent/product might be only in scale of few hundred grams.

So, if making ANYTHING for any sort of production use, flasks very quickly scale to start from 10, 20 liters and so on. Clandestine chemists who make stuff that people want to pay premium can easily deal with smaller amounts, but some secondary reagent that doesn't cost that much at all, will not have any second more wasted time than absolutely necessary. Usually the operator time is one of the most expensive factors, although one chemist can run many reaction setups at the same time, because most modern pilot plants are very autonomic and programmable.


Most chemical companies I've seen on Alibaba have pictures of there large 500+liter
glass coated steel reactors in rows of 10 or more. I haven't seen many pictures of flasks in these factory setups

Fery - 7-12-2021 at 03:20

again good deal with chemship1978
as always: well packed, hard to obtain chemicals, good prices... great supplier !!!

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gemar14 - 15-12-2021 at 15:56

This is my first post on scimadness forums after lurking for some time, but hopefully that's not an issue. I recently got in contact with chemship for half a liter of acetyl chloride for some esterifications I'm working on. Price was really good compared to what I would have to pay the big chemical companies, the product was delivered intact, on time and well-packed. I recommend chemship for any chemical purchases and will be contacting him many more times in the future.

PeterPanPan - 3-4-2022 at 09:23

good deal with chemship1978
I am very satisfied
cheers

halosint - 6-4-2022 at 08:43

Very satisfied with chemship1978, fair prices for really exotic reagents. Everything came intact and was perfect quality. Will surely buy from him again

domis8 - 10-4-2022 at 06:24

I do recommend service from chemship1978. Everything was exactly the same as i asked for. Best regards.

Chemi Pharma - 22-4-2022 at 11:48

Yesterday I've received my first order with chemship1978. Everything is ok and I do recommend the Seller.;)

kweiny - 2-5-2022 at 05:09

Ordered some chemicals from him a while back. Some of them were pretty hard to obtain but with him it was no problem. Transaction went smooth and a few weeks later (because he had to order some of the chemicals) the package arrived.
It was exceptionally well packaged and everything arrived in order and without damage. If I find time I might add some pictures later.

Probably the thing I like most about him is that you can literally order any size. I only needed a very small amount of a specific chemical and it was no problem where as with other sellers you sometimes have to order a minimum quantity of lets say 1 Liter. I only needed 50ml and he was able to get me a bottle in exactly that size.
Also after an Item I ordered got delayed by the supplier he offered me an alternative in case I needed it right away.


From my experience I can only recommend his service and I am looking forward to do more transactions in the future.

faberge - 1-6-2022 at 12:30

Wanted to share my experience with the seller. First order was really smooth, communication was on high level. I was really suprised about how fast the shipping was - from the point of recieving tracking number to actually getting the package - I think it was 2 days? When ordering from local chemical supplier, this takes almost whole week. Second thing - everything was packed really well. I am currently in the process of finishing the second order with him, but so far I can highly recommend him.

Mateo_swe - 8-6-2022 at 03:22

Another order from chemship1978 received and everything is included and good packaging.
I really can recommend chemship1978 to everyone who want order some chemicals for experiments.
Never any problems with items missing, items exactly as ordered and fast shipping, i couldn´t be more happy with the purchase.

TotalEntropi - 9-6-2022 at 05:58

Chemship is a great seller and his prices are very good. Everything was well packaged and purity of the reagents are great.
I will buy from him again

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