Re: cyano recipe

From: Christina Z. Anderson ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/04/05-08:12:59 AM Z
Message-id: <009d01c550b3$62852c30$6101a8c0@your6bvpxyztoq>

Oops, Jack caught something I didn't, Kris. By doubling in the A as you are
doing, the water should double then, too (to 2 c), or you are using a more
concentrated solution. But heck, try it and see if it works!
Chris
From: "Jack Fulton" <jefulton1@comcast.net>

> Kris' figures don't look right.
> There are 48 teaspoons (US) to one cup (US) water.
> So, if Christina notes there to be 5 teaspoons of Ferric Ammonium
> Citrate (FAC) to 100 mls or 3.3 ozs. (US)
> . . . . . then, there are 8 ozs of water in one cup therefore 3.3 goes
> into 8, 2.42 times.
> . . . . . then 2.42 times 5 teaspoons is 12.12 teaspoons per cup of
> water NOT 24
> . . . . . or, looking at it another way, there are 236.588 mls in a
> cup. Christine uses 100 mls for her recipe.
> the 236.588 divided by 100 gives you, 2.36588 and that times the 5
> teaspoons makes 11.83.
> Well, then, 12 teaspoons per cup of water, or 1/4 cup of FAC to a cup
> of water is correct.
> Part B is right.
> Jack (hope my math is good as I have the flu) Fulton
>
>
> On May 3, 2005, at 6:57 PM, kris wrote:
>> A:
>> a level 1/2 cup ferric ammonium citrate
>> 1 cup water
>>
>> B:
>> 1 heaping tablespoon potassium ferricyanide
>> 1 cup water
>>
>> to mix 1:1
>> kris
Received on Wed May 4 08:13:09 2005

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