Answer to Question #26686 in Inorganic Chemistry for Brooke Nedland
I'm doing an endothermic chemical reaction using Barium Hydroxide Octahydrate and Ammonium Nitrate. The beaker plug has a hole drilled out to fit the thermometer but the hole is slightly too big. What is a putty/clay/sticky tack that I could use to plug the hole that won't react with the chemicals being used?
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