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Title: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: billnotgatez on May 20, 2006, 11:27:05 PM
http://www.hyperdeath.co.uk/chemicals/index.html

This link no longer works
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: pantone159 on May 21, 2006, 02:18:15 AM
Fabulous job!  Really outstanding.

Thanks, this will be useful.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: Borek on May 21, 2006, 04:42:08 AM
Last Modified: 10 May 2005

So it is slightly outdated now.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: billnotgatez on May 21, 2006, 10:01:46 AM
Yes it is a year old. There is a chance that all of the companies mentioned are not in business or will no longer sell to the general public. But, the underlying idea is still the same. For instance one can get iron oxide at a pottery supply store.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: constant thinker on May 21, 2006, 08:49:47 PM
Even if some of those companies listed don't still sell to individuals, the website gives you a good jumping off point for what types of stores and businesses may sell certain chemicals.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: woelen on May 22, 2006, 04:47:32 PM
This still is quite reliable. The author of this page is an active member, who does a lot of home science and who is very active in the field. He is active on www.sciencemadness.org.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: linus on June 10, 2006, 04:41:30 AM
There is another way to get pure chemicals, try visit http://www.reagents4research.com

Regards.


This link no longer works
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: billnotgatez on April 08, 2007, 05:35:09 AM
http://www.elementalscientific.net/index.html

There is significant extra charges added for some chemicals.
They seem to have an extensive list of equipment.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: fogman on January 03, 2008, 06:24:05 PM
http://www.hyperdeath.co.uk/chemicals/ works

This link no longer works
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: billnotgatez on January 04, 2008, 07:29:42 AM
This link seems to be a return to one that was broken before
thank you


no longer works
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: KYPowerlifter on January 18, 2009, 10:52:02 PM
http://www.elementalscientific.net/index.html

There is significant extra charges added for some chemicals.
They seem to have an extensive list of equipment.


Thanks for this... I emailed them and they are GTG.

I have always used "chemsavers", but will give this place a go.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: billnotgatez on March 08, 2014, 04:54:33 AM
This is an information resource
The Household Products Database of the National Library of Medicine is based on the Consumer Product Information Database ©2001-2013 by DeLima Associates. All rights reserved.
http://householdproducts.nlm.nih.gov/
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: billnotgatez on May 04, 2014, 09:31:23 AM
List of commonly available chemicals
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_commonly_available_chemicals

Finally, I found something on WIKI
Why I did not notice since 5 October 2006 is beyond explaination
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: Burner on April 05, 2016, 04:59:52 AM
http://www.hyperdeath.co.uk/chemicals/ works

No longer works
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: billnotgatez on April 05, 2016, 11:10:40 AM
http://www.hyperdeath.co.uk/chemicals/ works

No longer works

Thank you for the information
I updated the past post
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: dantax on April 28, 2016, 02:49:15 PM
Canadians : www.westlab.com - they have pretty fast shipping and carry smaller quantities.
Title: Re: Sources of Supplies for Citizen Chemist
Post by: TVC on May 17, 2016, 09:10:49 PM
For a more specific compound, I've noticed that urea is sold as pet-safe driveway salt in the US. It usually has a dye in it, which is difficult to remove. However, in preparations of compounds with it like Urea * Hydrogen Peroxide adduct, the dye is easily oxidized.