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on Sat, 12 Feb 2022 at 23:29

Anonymous said on Sat, 12 Feb 2022 at 23:29...

Amyl Nitrite ; 25ML. $86.00. 2 ; 100ML. $213.00. Contact Us ; 500ML. $579.00.

The above price is TCI's retail price for n-amyl nitrite....plus high shipping cost of at least 80 bucks.

Isoamyl Nitrite ; 100ML. $41.00. 9, Contact Us, ≥20 ; 500ML. $114.00.

The above price is TCI's retail price for isoamyl nitrite. You can notice a huge mark up on n-amyl nitrite verus the isoamyl nitrite.

It's because isoamyl nitrite is CRAP!!! It degrades quickly and stinks.

Isobutyl Nitrite ; 25ML. $20.00. 2 ; 100ML. $32.00. Contact Us ; 500ML. $136.00

The above price is TCI's isobutyl nitrite retail cost. It's much much cheaper than n-amyl nitrite because it's crap too. It smells like nail polish remover(acetonish) and it does a huge number on the blood pressure. It makes you feel sick if you hit it too often.

Anonymous said on Sat, 12 Feb 2022 at 23:33...

Both isobutyl nitrite and butyl nitrite CAN cause a sickening reduction in blood pressure....but at least isoamyl nitrite won't. It just stinks literally. Normal amyl nitrite is the holy grail of poppers....it has all the features anyone could want. Good mild odor that doesn't change much and you can whiff it over and over again without getting sick from low blood pressure. It's like being submerged under warm water...very relaxing....and oh does it feel good to take the biggest one of your life.

Anonymous said on Sun, 13 Feb 2022 at 12:19...

To your knowledge. Those products are meant as chemical reagents and are perhaps pro analysi grade. No one think about smell when need those products or are they suitable for sensitive american noses.

The wise n-amyl americans are back!

Anonymous said on Sun, 13 Feb 2022 at 16:22...

Just had a small session with my new n-amyl nitrite. Loose as a fucking goose. Instant ass relax. Good mild odor. Zero side effects after lots of direct hits from the bottle.

It's easy to make the stuff. It doesn't require hand holding and redirects to other sites, trying to sell something. What you need to know is what the literature will not tell you online. You need to melt a portion of the sodium nitrite, the portion you need at the time, in a skillet. When the bubbles are gone....it's done. You just purified your food grade sodium nitrite. You also need to use enough excess acid to drive the reaction to completion.

Amounts: 12 grams nitrite into 18 mls distilled water
20 mls 31.45% HCl Sunnyside Menards
15 mls TCI one pentanol

All ice cold....mix the acid slowly into the alcohol.
Break up the chunks of nitrite and place in the water.

Using ice bath and exterior location or vent hood, on moderate speed, slowly drip the acid/alcohol mixture into the nitrite solution. There will be and should be lots of bubbling until near the end of addition when it becomes much tamer. During harvest, there should not be lots of bubbling. The reaction should be done.

Wash the harvest in cold water twice, followed by 3 to 4 rinses in cold baking soda and salt solution. Dry on mag sulfate and store on potassium or sodium carbonate(all anhydrous).

Anonymous said on Sun, 13 Feb 2022 at 16:29...

The process does take time, but it's easy and should produce consistently good amyl nitrite.

If the sodium nitrite is not melted, it's anyone's guess as to what the product will be like. Massive variation is possible once the sodium nitrite has started to degrade and if insufficient acid is used.

The Professor said on Mon, 14 Feb 2022 at 23:52...

I saw that you are now following that crack head's youtube post about converting nitrate into nitrite.

long story short; if there is a person that knows less about chemistry than you do , it's the guy who suggested that you heat up nitrate to decomposition and it will magically convert to nitrite. That is ridiculous, untrue and leaves you with a product that is some unkown percentage of decomposed.

Better results come from refining your NaNO2 that is suspected of containing PARTIALLY decomposed nitrate than just heating it all to melting on a stove (unregulated heat) and HOPING that you stop before much of it decomposes.

Anonymous said on Tue, 15 Feb 2022 at 19:13...


There are 7 answers to this question and they all say Sodium Nitrate plus heat gives O2 and sodium nitrite.

The temperature has to be controlled and turned off before sodium nitrite itself decomposes. A good easy visual is look for bubbles and turn the heat off when they are gone or mostly gone.

The Professor said on Tue, 15 Feb 2022 at 23:56...

quora is not incorrect; you are applying its knowledge incorrectly.

the problem with melting all your NaNO2 (which is suspected to contain at least 20% or more NaNO3) is that a stovetop doesn't have the temperature control you need to prevent decomposition. It's almost a given that the powder will be exposed to decomposing temp levels, and even if it is a successful, you have a pure NaNO2 of unknown amount. If your prep calls for 1 mol and you use 1 mol of powder, it will be X% degraded. The resulting nitrite will contain x% unreacted alcohol.

It's funny how you point to your reference as if you are teaching me something. I saw that meth head video quite a while ago, and it is fruitless. The ONLY way it works is if your powder isn't really degraded very much, if you use an excess of powder (so the resulting unknown degradation level is less of a factor) AND if you don't surpass the decomp temperature of NaNO2.

In those cases, it's much more fruitful to simply heat the powder above boiling temp of water, which drives off collected moisture, and call it a day; your NaNO2 will now be lighter, and you will measure out more powder and less water (most makers that THINK their powder has gone bad are incorrect; it's usually just water-logged so you aren't measuring out enough)

The REAL way to refine NaNO2 from partially degraded NaNO2 doesn't require anything special; just heat a 20g crucible on a 600W or greater hot plate. Setpoint should be between the melting points of NaNO2 and NaNO3. A crucible is needed to stabilize the temperature inside. Anything that is still solid after a soak time is NaNo3 and can be removed from the crucible. When the crucible contents are solid, the resulting puck of NaNO2 can be harvested and a dremel tool used to scrub off the surface which might contain NaNO3.

Result is the purest, driest NaNO2 available at any price, and 1 mol of it will actually be 1 mol of pure NaNO2

Anonymous said on Sun, 20 Feb 2022 at 22:03...

I just made 15mls of n-amyl nitrite using the melt method and it's the best damn stuff I ever made. I upped the SN to 15 grams(after the melt) per 15 mls one pentanol and it's adrenaline/fun in a bottle....it will send any orgy room into overdrive. Smells good...slightly sweet and like it's carbonated. Very alive!!!! Guys..do what works. Melting works.

Anonymous said on Sun, 20 Feb 2022 at 22:07...

There should be intense bubbling..big bubbles...almost like suds all during addition. The left over water will be slightly blue. This is a signal that the SN is pure enough. It can/will give off brown gas too, but it shouldn't be a lot.

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