# Re: Gold Chloride

From: Dennis Moser ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/02/05-04:00:59 PM Z
Message-id: <4276A31B.7030200@angrek.com>

1000cc is 1 Liter, not 100cc...so a 1% solution would be 1 gram per
100cc of water or 10 grams per liter (1000cc) of water.

'kay?

Dennis "I'm not TOTALLY Innumerate!" Moser

Michael Dowdall wrote:
> Sorry to correct you Robert, I just don't want George to waste his gold
> chloride. But 100cc of water is 1liter. I the Unblinking Eye article where I
> got the gold toning formulae that I use on silver prints and it says 1gr to
> 100ml of distilled water for a 1% solution. At the bottom of the page of
> this link it discribes the 1% solution.
>
> Michael
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Robert W. Schramm" <schrammrus@hotmail.com>
> Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 4:51 PM
> Subject: RE: Gold Chloride
>
>
>
>>I believe that a 1% solution would be 1 gram per 100 cc of water.
>>
>>Bob Schramm
>>Check out my web page at:
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>> http://www.SchrammStudio.com
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>>&gt;From: George L Smyth &lt;glsmyth@yahoo.com&gt;
>>&gt;Subject: Gold Chloride
>>&gt;Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 05:14:31 -0700 (PDT)
>>&gt;
>>&gt;I have purchased some gold chloride to tone my Van Dyke prints and am
>>getting
>>&gt;ready to mix it. At \$30 per gram, I am hoping to avoid hearing a week
>>later,
>>&gt;&quot;well, you really should have ...&quot; &lt;g&gt;
>>&gt;
>>&gt;My assumption is that there is nothing tricky - just desolve the gram
>
> in
>
>>a
>>&gt;liter of room temperature water to get the 1% solution. Any caveats?
>>&gt;
>>&gt;Thanks -
>>&gt;
>>&gt;george
>>&gt;
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