Hey, glad to hear a beta that works for 1.7.10 is coming soon. My question is, are you planning on releasing your source anywhere? I'm kinda interested, but there's always other projects if not.
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Jun 30, 2016Chrstfer posted a message on Xaero's World Map 1.17.1 Forge [Fabric | 1.16.5 | 1.15.2 | 1.14.4 | 1.12.2 | 1.8.9 | 1.7.10 | more]Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Apr 5, 2010Post all your chemistry based things here. Try to keep it as simple as possible in terms of acquiring the materials.Posted in: General Off Topic
To start this off, we're gonna be making Copper Sulfate (Sulphate)
Microwave safe container
Pennies (I am using 5)
Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)
White Vinegar (Acetic Acid)
This is a very simple procedure and measurements really aren't needed so read through this and just go.
First take your H2O2 and put it in your microwave safe container.
Next add your Acetic Acid into the mix (Remember, always add acid to water, just like the ABC's, ATW, Acid To Water)
Now shake the mixture up and put it in the microwave for about 40 seconds.
Once it's been heated up, add the 5 pennies in and you should see small bubbles start to form and in a few seconds they should start letting out a ton of bubbles.
After about 4 hours the reaction should be done and you can take the pennies out of the solution, do NOT use your bare hands as Copper Sulfate has the potential to burn you.
You will notice that the penny is COVERED in black, this is copper oxide.
From here you could use the Copper Sulfate as is (Copper Sulfate Dilute) or concentrate it by letting it evaporate and form crystals.
Have fun and post cool things you know of.
Here's some pictures of the copper sulfate dilute and the pennies after the reaction:
http://i606.photobucket.com/albums/tt15 ... /petri.jpg
http://i606.photobucket.com/albums/tt15 ... ennies.jpg
Update: Here is the solution all evap'd out. All that's left is to scrape up the crystals and store them.
http://i606.photobucket.com/albums/tt15 ... 205554.jpg
THIS ISNT MINE, i copied it from my friend connection on Evilzone.org, another awesome forum.
http://evilzone.org/index.php?topic=2025.0 <--- link to the original topic.
Mar 2, 2010sorry for bumping my old topic, but i thought i might, as i have soemthing more to say:Posted in: Classic - Survival Mode
In survival indev you need wood to craft ANYTHING, except armor. if im wrong (and i probably am, seeing as im tired and such) im wrong, but thats the way it seems. armor will be valuable, but wood would be more valuable than gold, once trees are gone (and im sure, at least in some servers that are populated by smart people, theyy will be).
Feb 7, 2010i dont know if were going to get a server up. unless i can get one of my friends to host it it may not happen, in which case we will build a fort on another public server. i lost the save for my base model (dont ask how, i dont know. i know where it was and now its not) so i may start a new one. it would be great if i had more TNT though....Posted in: Clans
Feb 5, 2010Chrstfer posted a message on Indev Colonization Project (The Play-By-Forum Game)id love to join one of the two... LOVE IT! :biggrin.gif:Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
Jan 27, 2010other than the forced lag part (i don't really consider that in the spirit of the game, nor possible with finite water.) thats amazing.Posted in: Classic - Survival Mode
UPDATE: im posting a map with a sample treekillers base type. its not nearly perfect. and its possible to break into, but its ok. it really shows off the type of tree farming i like. ETA: 2-3 days at the rate its going. (schools a *****)
Jan 27, 2010Posted in: ClansQuote from ShadowDusk »would an aligence be intresting to you?
hrm.... not understanding what you mean.
FYI: the symbol will be updated soon. and the site (not finished, please don't mock me. :tongue.gif:) is kingdomofegem.webs.com.
please sign up there if you are a member of the clan, so i can get an accurate count.
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