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Old Sep 26th 2018, 05:40 AM   #9
Woody
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You are probably best trying to join an organised learning establishment and seeking professional tuition.

The equipment required for anything more than the simplest experiments is rather specialised;
many of the reagents used in chemical analysis can be dangerous if misused;
many of the experiments involve heating dangerous chemicals;
many of the experiments produce toxic substances.

So I would not recommend a simple "do-it-yourself" approach.
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