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Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 16th, 2018, 5:12 pm
by Galahad
1. What is the chemical formula for ammonia?
2. List 3 properties of ammonia
3. List 2 uses of ammonia
4. Ammonia gas dissolves easily in water to form__________?
1. NH3
2. Odorless, transparent gas, only poisonous in large quantities
3. Mixing with bleach to create chloramine vapors that can kill your enemies, mixing with hydrogen peroxide to form ammonium nitrite, which explodes if the pH<7
4. Hydrogen bonds, which creates ammonium and hydroxide (NH4+OH)

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 16th, 2018, 5:17 pm
by Tailsfan101
1. What is the chemical formula for ammonia?
2. List 3 properties of ammonia
3. List 2 uses of ammonia
4. Ammonia gas dissolves easily in water to form__________?
1. NH3
2. Odorless, transparent gas, only poisonous in large quantities
3. Mixing with bleach to create chloramine vapors that can kill your enemies, mixing with hydrogen peroxide to form ammonium nitrite, which explodes if the pH<7
4. Hydrogen bonds, which creates ammonium and hydroxide (NH4+OH)
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but ammonia? Odorless? I would, in the least, say that ammonia has a strong odor. Of course, P&P may have different baselines than Crime Busters, but I'm just in shock to see that on here.
You haven't lived until you've dipped your nose into ammonia.

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 16th, 2018, 5:46 pm
by Nerd_Bunny
1. What is the chemical formula for ammonia?
2. List 3 properties of ammonia
3. List 2 uses of ammonia
4. Ammonia gas dissolves easily in water to form__________?
1. NH3
2. Odorless, transparent gas, only poisonous in large quantities
3. Mixing with bleach to create chloramine vapors that can kill your enemies, mixing with hydrogen peroxide to form ammonium nitrite, which explodes if the pH<7
4. Hydrogen bonds, which creates ammonium and hydroxide (NH4+OH)
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but ammonia? Odorless? I would, in the least, say that ammonia has a strong odor. Of course, P&P may have different baselines than Crime Busters, but I'm just in shock to see that on here.
You haven't lived until you've dipped your nose into ammonia.
I still smell ammonia on my Chem Lab goggles (I think it's in my head...) ever since we worked with it three months ago. There is no way in the universe that ammonia is odorless.

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 16th, 2018, 6:14 pm
by shrewdPanther46

1. NH3
2. Odorless, transparent gas, only poisonous in large quantities
3. Mixing with bleach to create chloramine vapors that can kill your enemies, mixing with hydrogen peroxide to form ammonium nitrite, which explodes if the pH<7
4. Hydrogen bonds, which creates ammonium and hydroxide (NH4+OH)
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but ammonia? Odorless? I would, in the least, say that ammonia has a strong odor. Of course, P&P may have different baselines than Crime Busters, but I'm just in shock to see that on here.
You haven't lived until you've dipped your nose into ammonia.
I still smell ammonia on my Chem Lab goggles (I think it's in my head...) ever since we worked with it three months ago. There is no way in the universe that ammonia is odorless.
oof

I partially snorted isopropyl once. Wafting is for losers :lol:

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 16th, 2018, 10:50 pm
by Galahad
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but ammonia? Odorless? I would, in the least, say that ammonia has a strong odor. Of course, P&P may have different baselines than Crime Busters, but I'm just in shock to see that on here.
You haven't lived until you've dipped your nose into ammonia.
I still smell ammonia on my Chem Lab goggles (I think it's in my head...) ever since we worked with it three months ago. There is no way in the universe that ammonia is odorless.
oof

I partially snorted isopropyl once. Wafting is for losers :lol:

Oh, oops. Mixed ammonia up with Nitrogen (hah, im a meteorology-herpetology guy). My partner does crime so ill just rely on him :)

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 28th, 2018, 4:43 pm
by vehicleguy
Why would an atom more likely attract to fluorine than any other element?

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 28th, 2018, 4:47 pm
by Froggie
Why would an atom more likely attract to fluorine than any other element?
It has the highest electronegativity?

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: February 28th, 2018, 4:49 pm
by vehicleguy
Yeah that pretty much sums it up.

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 1st, 2018, 9:54 am
by Froggie
Some random organism questions:
1. Which one of the organisms can also be called “Chinese Mandrake”?
2. Are the tadpoles of the cane toad toxic?
3. What kind of toxin ones the brown recluse spider have?

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 5th, 2018, 6:36 pm
by jimmy-bond
Some random organism questions:
1. Which one of the organisms can also be called “Chinese Mandrake”?
2. Are the tadpoles of the cane toad toxic?
3. What kind of toxin ones the brown recluse spider have?
1. Idk. Jimson weed?
2. Yeah
3. What do you mean by that? Necrotoxin?