Can someone explain to me what this would mean? It is rather important that I figure this out. All I can gather is applying the soul to animal nature. Is this correct?
Hi, I bought these a long time ago and haven't really touched them after receiving, just opened to sniff and maybe swatch once. They've languished in a small makeup cabinet in my room (climate controlled and not exposed to light) and I just recently discovered them after my recent move. They all smell pretty much the same from memory, and does not smell off as far as I can tell.
Destashing. I think they are pretty hard to find, circa 2016, 2017.
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They are all full sized and $12 each except the BPAL sample which is a freebie you can request.
Purchase them all as a bundle for $55 shipped.
Alkemia Lettre d'amour (discontinued 2016)
Antimony Blue Fascination's End
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Trying out casting with lower melting point metals, I have a bunch of pure 99.9% tin. I was wondering if all I had to do was mix the Tin and around 8% Antimony to make Pewter? Or are there extra steps required? Thanks.
How common is Antimony in soldering?
Finally finished The Stone Sky but it's been a bit of time between when I started that and finished it along with finishing the first two books.
I want to say I recall there being 3 main stone-eater factions. Hoa / Antimony / Steel. I know Hoa & Steel's motivations but I am struggling to recall what Antimony's was?
Why did she choose Alabaster?
I'm making my way through Kappa mode, and from what I could tell by looking it up, the Alchemical Recombulator is bugged and can't create Antimony. I know in the past it was bugged, and I haven't seen anything
I think you only need 6 ingots for the entire playthrough (4 for the Creative Ember block, and 2 for the much more important Terrasteel Agglomeration Plate), so I really don't mind cheating them in since I already have everything set up aside from getting the ingots and it's literally just lead and sugar. I'd just rather know for sure I'm not missing something before I do.
Also Ninja-Edit because the mod devs have responded on Reddit before: I don't mind that the mod is bugged, because it seems like the devs have more important things taking up their time. I actually love this mod, even though the overall opinion on it seems negative in the context of Kappa Mode.
I've seen a lot of speculation about Zimmy and Antimony somehow being the same person, but I don't think I've seen any discussion about this idea yet.
Are Zimmy and Gamma somehow alternate versions of the two Annies? It's a bit of a stretch, but if they were somehow created/derived after the Annies got time shifted, it would make sense for them both to have a counterpart. The hairstyles all match (short-haired Annie and Gamma, long-haired Annie and Zimmy), and both Annie and Gamma have the unique ability to help Zimmy with her hallucinations.
It's a little strange that Gamma seems to have a totally different backstory and speaks Polish, but it's also shown that Annie speaks at least a little Polish. There are just enough similarities, and this comic is getting just strange enough (especially with time shenanigans) that I think it's worth considering.
Let me say up front that I'm aware of the toxicity of antimony compounds and that I always wear a full respirator and gloves when dealing with them.
I'm currently bizarrely obsessed with refining metallic antimony from a large amount of very pure antimony trisulfide that I have. I know that industrially the process is to melt the Sb2S3 and then introduce pure iron to reduce the Sb, but this is a bit out of my reach as a hobby chemist. Additionally, I'm not wild about the vapors that would be produced.
Instead, I wanted to attempt refining the antimony from solution, and I elected to dissolve a decent amount of it in HCl. I did this outdoors because of the nasty H2S gas produced, and after a while I was left with a solution of (presumably) SbCl3 and some unreacted Sb2S3, which was filtered off. I then attempted the easiest reduction I could think of, which was to simply add aluminum to the solution.
This resulted in a large amount of dark grey precipitate flecked with "silver" speckles. There is a possibility that the speckles are actually tiny pieces of unreacted Al, but I'm not certain. Question is: Is this likely elemental antimony? It doesn't have the color of any antimony oxides or sulfides, and honestly it looks like powdered antimony.
Can it be so simple?