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Ferrous sulfate, heptahydrate, 500g
Ferrous sulfate (copperas or iron sulfate) is popularly used to precipitate dissolved scrap gold out of an aqua regia solution. Other uses include sewage treatment, fertilizers, feed additives, reducing agent, wood preservatives and process engraving...
Basic Patina Chemical Kit, Four chemicals
This beginning kit includes four of our most popular patina chemicals for use on copper, brass, and bronze. These will help you create a wide variety of shades, including tans, browns, red browns, greys, and blacks. Included are six patina recipes an...
The Science Company, NC-9435, Chromium Potassium Sulfate, 500g
Also called Chrome Alum, consists of dark, violet-red crystals which are soluble in water. Note: crystals are efflorescent, losing combined water molecules, which results in some hard chunks. Uses: fixing certain photographic baths, as a mordant in t...
The Science Company, NC-3515, Ferric Chloride, 500g
Ferric Chloride is also called Iron(III) Chloride. It is soluble in water and alcohol and is non-combustible. Appears as a fine, black powder. When dissolved in water, ferric chloride undergoes hydrolysis and gives off heat in an exothermic reaction....
The Science Company, NC-6721, Cupric Chloride 500g
Cupric Chloride is also called Copper(II) Chloride and is soluble in water and alcohol. It burns a blue or blue/green flame. Uses include creating blue flame displays, photography, electroplating baths, fungicides, pigment for glass and ceramics, mor...
Sodium Chloride, 2.5kg (5.5lb)
Lab grade. Sodium chloride is colorless, transparent crystals and somewhat hygroscopic. It is soluble in water and glycerin, very slightly soluble in alcohol. Characteristic flame color is yellow.Chemical Grade: Lab, crystal. Formula: NaCl. CAS: 7647...
The Science Company, NC-8600, Ferric Chloride, 100g
Ferric Chloride is also called Iron(III) Chloride. It is soluble in water and alcohol and is non-combustible. When dissolved in water, ferric chloride undergoes hydrolysis and gives off heat in an exothermic reaction. The resulting brown, acidic, and...
The Science Company Cupric Nitrate, Lab Grade, 500g
Cupric (or Copper) Nitrate appears as blue crystals. It is soluble in water and alcohol and is an oxidizer. It serves as a mordant in textile dyeing and uses include electroplating, creating various finishes on metals and in paints.Chemical Grade: La...
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