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  1. It is the limit of your device and probably also the material of your quarz cuvette. It is in UV value.
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    Cupric chloride

    Boil it until all water is gone. Or put it in a ball and wait some day until the water is vaporized slowly. Result you would get nice crystalls of copper chloride
  3. What do you want purify, if there is no knowledge what containing the water.: Poisson elements, germs, herbs, etc.??? Boil the water=> kill bionic. Then filter through charcoal sand. To remove dangerous ions destill the water. OR Go in a supermarket and buy canned or bottled water.
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    E° cell equation

    It is cathode - anode normally. But check the Nernst equation if the Logarithmen has a plus or minus and the quotient is log(Ox/Red) or log(Red/Ox). This change the value.
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    Electrolytic Oxidation of NaHCO3

    Then it is no Carbonate.
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    Can water be avoided in the Limestone cycle

    Should be possible, but you have to find a way to get a large surface.
  7. chenbeier

    Can water be avoided in the Limestone cycle

    Theoretical yes, but then you cannot make concrete. Everything has to be mixed with water.
  8. Yes it does. Can find here: Handbook of Industrial Crystallization NaCl KCl&f=false
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    Electrolytic Oxidation of NaHCO3

    Add some drop of acid to your precipitate, do you get bubbles?
  10. Check here under number 6
  11. Of course it can. In aromatic and aliphatic as well. One is oxidation with Permanganate to Carbonic acid and later change to Amid and use Hoffman reduction, Lossen or Curtius to Amin. And further reduction.
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    True cleaning of bronze contacts/surfaces ?

    You want to clean electronical parts like the multiswitch on the picture?
  13. chenbeier

    Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction

    Maybe try here: partialmax&lang=de&region=DE&focus=product
  14. chenbeier

    Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction

    A chemical institute, university or company should can buy it at several chemical supplier. Ferroin is a common redox indicator for determin iron II/III. We used it in our lab. Malonic acid should be also not so seldom. Substitutes I dont know. Other occilator reaction is the iodine clock. The chemicals maybe easier to obtain.
  15. Instead of the sodiumsalt try the silversalt. The equilbrium will go to the ester because of precipitation of AgBr. Or use Carboxylacid halid with sodiumalkanolate.