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    Hermes' Sacred Tree - Samuel Norton

    In Samuel Norton’s ‘Key to Alchemy’ he divides the processes or states into fourteen parts: Solution; The act of passing from a gaseous or solid condition, into one of liquidity. Filtration;...

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    Allotropes and isotopes show that similar substances can exist in wildly different variations, which make definition of chemical element not as much clear.

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    Warmheart 1 Hour Ago Go to last post
    Florius Frammel

    Allotropes, or modifications can indeed have different properies. But they have nothing in common with isotopes. What all allotropes of an element have

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    Florius Frammel 6 Hours Ago Go to last post

    Episode 204: shrooms and bees

    In this episode my guest is Shonagh Home. She is a shamanic therapist, teacher author and poet and we are going

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    Awani 6 Hours Ago Go to last post

    It is not those examples that you ask, just a mild example. Sulphur. At least 24 allotropic modifications of Sulphur are known. Greatly differing in color

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    Warmheart 9 Hours Ago Go to last post
    Florius Frammel

    Sorry, but that's not true. The differences in qualities are rather small. So are differences in the chemical reaction of isotopes of a single chemical

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    Florius Frammel 9 Hours Ago Go to last post