Platinum catalyst for coffee?

by imWACC0

Also, would the ram make a Fire Piston*? Seems to me that a burnable, in a ram, in six tenths of a second...




*https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fire_piston

Posted on Jan 6, 2017, 12:19 PM

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  1. Wrong concept.... Doc Nickel, Jan 6, 2017
    1. Bears... Chloe, Jan 6, 2017
    2. Something Doesn't Sound Right.... James, Jan 6, 2017
      1. No, that's correct.... Doc Nickel, Jan 6, 2017
        1. Except. Fish Preferred, Jan 6, 2017
          1. Except that.... Doc Nickel, Jan 6, 2017
            1. Yet, with the further complication .... Fish Preferred, Jan 7, 2017
              1. Doesn't work that way.... Doc Nickel, Jan 7, 2017
                1. Exceeding the operating pressure. Fish Preferred, Jan 7, 2017
                2. Isn't that why Chernobyl went BOOM? n/t. eddi, Jan 7, 2017
                  1. Not really. Russ Kepler, Jan 8, 2017
                    1. Temperature drops. beejay5169, Jan 8, 2017
                    2. Thanks n/t. eddi, Jan 8, 2017
                    3. When the molten metal hit the cooling fluid the resulting. FireFrenzy, Jan 9, 2017
                      1. That was what I was remembering.... eddi, Jan 9, 2017
    3. Ok, I get that part. imWACC0, Jan 6, 2017
      1. Platinum catalyst.... Doc Nickel, Jan 6, 2017
        1. So, not a catalyst, per se. imWACC0, Jan 7, 2017
        2. platinum price. lurker5253, Jan 7, 2017
        3. platinum price. lurker5253, Jan 7, 2017
          1. Re: platinum price. Dave H, Jan 7, 2017
        4. And here i thought i would NEVER think about those Transition metal chemistry classes. FireFrenzy, Jan 9, 2017

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