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  1. I was messing around with silver bullion to perform the reaction: Hydrogen Sulfide + SIlver = Silver Sulfide + Hydrogen And the smell of the hydrogen sulfide wont come off even after letting air dry from acetic acid rinsing. HALP MEH
  2. How Much Nitric?

    How much nitric do i need per ounce of water during electrolysis? Also are there any better electrolytes (preferably not NaOH).
  3. Synthesis of Purple Gold!!??

    But I suppose I could do the same with gold and indium to make blue gold right?
  4. Synthesis of Purple Gold!!??

    Oh jeezus 24 thousand dollars... Can I make one?
  5. Synthesis of Purple Gold!!??

    Yeah sorry i forgot it is AuAl2, Gold Aluminide. So where do i get a vacuum furnace?
  6. A while ago, I heard of purple gold. It wasnt till an hour ago I found out it wasnt an alloy but the intermetallic compound of Gold Aluminate (AuAl2) But I was wondering.... How can I make this!
  7. Boric Acid Help Please!

    Ive heard you can do it with dissolution of oxalic acid crystals in aqueous sodium tetraborate (borax) solution. Not sure if t works or not.
  8. Is titanium stronger than steel?

    Why is everyone talking about foreign languages?????????
  9. Boric acid and sodium bicarbonate?

    Oh im just an amateur
  10. No, you CAN'T make sodium!

    Yes you actually can. I dont know why this is such a large thread when you CAN make sodium. You can make a NaOH thermite and it will yield sodium in the slag.
  11. How to convert boric acid to boric oxide?

    If you have a strong torch you can heat it and melt it. It will form a hard, glassy substance. Which is your boric oxide. Then if you crush it, you can mix it with Mg or Al and make a thermite for isolating Boron.
  12. Boric acid and sodium bicarbonate?

    H3BO3+NaHCO3= CO2 - NaBO3 - H2O ?? Did I do that right?
  13. Is titanium stronger than steel?

    Titanium is stronger and lighter than steel. However it is too light and not dense enough to go through armor. However materials such as hardened steel, tungsten, depleted uranium, tungsten carbide, etc., are used in armor piercing rounds. I believe you were thinking of titanium tank armor, which is very strong and basically impossible to penetrate.