Re: Palladium

From: Tony McLean ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/06/04-12:53:42 PM Z
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I believe that the any statement pertaining to the instability of
palladium II chloride is a myth. As long as sensible precautions are
taken and the powder kept dry it should last a life time. Of course,
if any one out there is thinking of throwing out that tube of old PdCl
then please feel free to send it to me .... I promise a print in

For those who wish to examine other myths associated with Pt/Pd
printing here is an interesting link:

Cheers ... Tony McLean

On 6 Jan 2004, at 17:51, Clay Harmon wrote:

> The statement is in print in Dick Arentz's book. I have some powder
> that is now about 6 months old, and it seems to mix and behave in the
> same way as the brand new stuff. But I am going to go ahead and mix up
> the rest just to be on the safe side.
> Clay
> On Jan 6, 2004, at 11:42 AM, Kerik wrote:
>> I have heard this stated before, too. I wonder if Rick Clayton could
>> shed any light on the subject?
>> Kerik
>>> The fact is I don't have any documentation on this. It was stated to
>>> me as a fact by a very experienced Pt/Pd printer and I just really
>>> never questioned it. I would generally verify this kind of
>>> information before passing it on as fact but the authority of the
>>> source in this case suggested very high reliability.
>>> Sandy King
Received on Tue Jan 6 12:54:01 2004

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