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[*] posted on 10-2-2020 at 04:27
Fischer–Tropsch process


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fischer%E2%80%93Tropsch_proces...

I have one doubt , i no understand

I puted 4 ingredients inside a closed jar

feo, ureia,ashes and salt, after i blew co2 inside and stay 15 minutes

in my theory

co2 go to feO in leak ligacion

after the ashes that has ClCa,ClK and nitrates, break the ligacion C-O2 ant take the H of ureia to create one complex polimer,

this can happens?

semenone make metane from fisher trpsch process?

thank by help

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[*] posted on 10-2-2020 at 04:48


I'm having trouble following exactly what you're saying, but I think you'd need
A. Higher pressures
B. Higher temperatures
C. Carbon monoxide (as a component of syngas that you don't have access to).
Are you trying to convert CO2 to CO somehow? Either way, I don't think this is a viable route to anything useful at this scale and with this procedure.
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[*] posted on 11-2-2020 at 06:33


good day, i no understand

so and i want you to explain to me
I throw the gas into an open jar with the same ingredients as the closed jar
when I take the liquid from the open flask and throw ashes it leaves ammonia, when I throw the vinegar comes out a gas that looks like co2, when I throw sulfuric acid the same situation happens, when I put it in the sun to dry this liquid is like a rubber soft, and it happens with little sun, the sun that makes this reaction, I feel something very strong about it, my intuition is good, I'm dedicating a lot of time and energy, I know that everything has a purpose, nothing happens without a purpose
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[*] posted on 11-2-2020 at 07:18


I honestly have no idea what you're talking about. Looking at your post history, it seems like you want methane for some reason. As for the update, Urea will degrade to Ammonia when heated, the only explanation I can think of for the bubbles is if either your salt or your ash was somehow contaminated with a carbonate salt (Sodium Carbonate is salty so maybe you were mistaken?). How do you add a gas to an open jar? And I'm assuming that you touched the residue left in the jar to feel that it was rubbery while there could still be Sulfuric acid left (so don't do that anymore).
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[*] posted on 12-2-2020 at 10:08


the practice path is totally different from the academy, experience shows that many academic theories are wrong and we have to create our own way of walking, do you believe that the heat of the sun can carry out a polymerization?
do you believe that adding the right ingredients we will need little heat or pressure to make the synthesis?
what ingredients does the plant use in photosynthesis?
why can nature do this with little heat?

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[*] posted on 12-2-2020 at 10:41


Quote: Originally posted by sclarenonz  
the practice path is totally different from the academy, experience shows that many academic theories are wrong and we have to create our own way of walking, do you believe that the heat of the sun can carry out a polymerization?
do you believe that adding the right ingredients we will need little heat or pressure to make the synthesis?
what ingredients does the plant use in photosynthesis?
why can nature do this with little heat?
I believe that all of your posts are hopelessly vague and that you have no idea what you're talking about. Your conclusions are flawed on so many levels that I can't even begin to address them.



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