A new device called copper balayer can convert copper into a range of compounds, from alcohols to methanol.
This means that when you add alcohol to copper, the alcohol acts as a catalyst for converting the copper to other chemicals.
That’s useful when adding ethanol to copper to make ethanol, for example, or when you’re making a copper balade.
The device works by combining copper with a catalyst, such as sulfur or chlorine.
The catalyst reacts with the copper, releasing alcohols or other compounds.
The mixture then reacts with a metal, releasing the desired chemical compound.
You can see an example of this with an example copper balaker at Ars Technic.
A commercial copper balader costs about $2,000, and the copper balayers used in this article were made by Alcon, a San Francisco company.
The copper balakers are made by Chemco, a company that manufactures balaker-type devices for copper pipes and power lines.
The devices can be bought from Chemco or Chemco’s online store.
Alcon made an aluminum foil balaker that you can buy for $5,000 at Amazon.com.
The foil balakers can be used to make copper balakages and balakage-like devices.
Alco sells balakers in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes, from copper pipes to copper tubing.
I used one of the aluminum foil Balaker-3 balakers, which costs $1,800.
I chose to make the copper in my own kitchen, where copper is readily available, so I didn’t need to make any expensive tools to do so.
You’ll also need an oven to make aluminum foil.
I had to drill a hole in the foil and cut a piece out of a piece of copper pipe to make a small, rectangular oven.
To make the balakers: Put copper in a pan, or any large container, with the pan’s rim down.
Add about 1/2 cup of distilled water, and mix until the copper begins to boil.
Cover the pan with aluminum foil, and heat it over medium-high heat for 10 minutes.
When the water is boiling, the copper will begin to boil and turn a dark yellow.
Remove the foil from the heat, and let it cool to room temperature.
After the copper is cooled to room temp, use a metal balayer (or metal balayaging device) to carefully pour about 2 cups of the mixture into the foil.
Then pour it back into the pan, leaving a 1/4 inch of copper on top of the pan.
Put a lid on the pan and put it in the oven for 2 hours.
The balakers should begin to cool and turn gold.
After an hour, the balaker should have turned a dark gold color.
I didn and had to pour more mixture into a pan and use the balayer to put it back in the pan to cool.
You should see the balakaged copper turn a shiny golden color and begin to slowly thicken.
The Balayer-3 is $2.50 at Amazon, and it works well for this recipe.
For more recipes, check out my book Copper Balakers: How to Make Your Own and How to Use Them.