Getting Nitric Acid

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joem said:
Nitric Acid
From the web site
Reagent ACS Solution, (~15.8M)

RESTRICTED COMPONENTS REGULATIONS OF THE EXPLOSIVES ACT
Prolab Scientific is registered with the Explosives Regulatory Division of Natural Resources Canada (NRCan).
This chemical is available only to canadian schools and industries.
It is no longer available to private individuals.

joem I sent you an email with a list of Canadian sources to purchase chemicals but the address is not working or you have your spam filter set incorrectly.
 

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the last email I received from you asked me If i have hokes book, which I do.
the listings are slim and adresses are far away from me, but the law still applies. I could argue that we homeschool our kids, but it's a weak arguement, and they will ask why a ten year old needs nitric acid (LOL). I believe that a retail version is out there in some product. thanks
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Hello,
im new the site and i find you all very helpful. i found a place in chicago area that sells chemicals Rowell Chem. there is so much info on here my head is spinning. how many of you have a degree in chemistry? i dont but i think i can manage some of the stuff. Whats the best place to get the beakers?
 

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Sometimes you can get lucky finding beakers and other supplies on Ebay.
Especially if you find some local and can pick up to eliminate shipping and
risk of breakage in shipping.A lot of colleges have switched to plastic labware,
I got a bunch of glassware from Univ. of Penn a year or two ago from an Ebay
auction.I am sure others will have links to the best online stores.

Jim
 

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franklynvoorhies said:
Hello,
im new the site and i find you all very helpful. i found a place in chicago area that sells chemicals Rowell Chem. there is so much info on here my head is spinning. how many of you have a degree in chemistry? i dont but i think i can manage some of the stuff. Whats the best place to get the beakers?


I've gotten stuff from this seller. Seems to be out of boiling flasks though.

OnlineScienceMall

http://cgi.ebay.com/36-pc-Lab-Glassware-Kit-Beakers-Flasks-Test-Tubes-Value-/200511007758?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2eaf632c0e

http://cgi.ebay.com/FLORENCE-FLASK-SET-3-BOILING-FLAT-BOTTOM-FLASK-250-1000-/370236950362?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5633d7875a
 

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In the united states UnitedNuclear.com has excellent glass ware with superior selection and superior shipping quality/speed. Their prices are pretty much standard for glass ware but their chemicals are on the expensive side. Annother place I like but haven't ordered from is
http://www.sciplus.com/ they sometimes have a few glass items that are cheeper and or more exotic than united nuclear has.
 
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