I know that's not that relevant to anyone actually studying or working with enzymes, which is probably why this is so hard to find out as a layman. I'm working on very simplified school materials, designed to help young adults preparing for a rudimentary school degree. (German system) They need a very basic introduction to chemistry in order… Show more
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Is there any liquid solution or molecule that even if left for hours to dry, can turn into a solid once we add another chemical to it or a catalyst? The reaction should occur fast, under room temperature and should NOT be toxic or including metals.
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, we are all searching for ways to protect ourselves and our loved ones. Recently there has been a huge upsurge in machines being offered online which claim to convert saltwater (tap water 300 ml and 60 g table salt) to a cleaning agent by running an electric current through it (USB connection 5 volts) for a few… Show more
I would agree that making bleach by electrolysis of aqueous salt for disinfection makes more cents for the vendor than sense for the buyer. To be a bit more complete, the electrolysis of NaCl salt in water gives chlorine gas (Cl2) + hydrogen gas (H2) + 2 sodium hydroxides (NaOH). The chlorine, if not released, will react reversibly with water…