I posted a post about chemical suggestions before, but it was abandoned because there was no reply for a long time. I recently came up with some suggestions on chemical reactions, which are posted in this post:
Some reactions that might have been learned in chemistry class:
Hydrogen peroxide ==manganese dioxide catalysis== water + oxygen:
Although oxygen is obviously much cheaper than hydrogen peroxide, it is still feasible as a laboratory oxygen production method.
Carbonate + hydrochloric acid = chloride + carbon dioxide + water:
The method of making carbon dioxide (usually calcium carbonate (marble) that can be learned in class) is at least feasible, although carbon dioxide is basically useless exhaust gas.
Magnesium + Nitrogen = Burner Mixer = Magnesium Nitride,Magnesium Nitride + Water = Ammonia + Magnesium Hydroxide:
A feasible ammonia treatment, although I still hope to add the Haber Process…
Magnesium + Carbon Dioxide =Burner mixer= Magnesium Oxide + Carbon Monoxide: At least it is feasible and can prove that CO2 fire extinguishers cannot extinguish magnesium combustion…
Solvents: Some solvents can be added in some reactions (especially in organic reactions). Solvents are not consumed like catalysts. Solvents can be used to make chemical production more complex and reasonable.