Re: kitchen recipe for palladium

From: Clay ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/08/05-07:49:38 AM Z
Message-id: <5327D2F0-2862-4D69-9630-2616F99CBEF6@wt.net>

Un-iodized salt is just fine. For the last few years , I have been
using Lithium chloride instead, and have been getting nice prints and
no signs of depression either. If you use LiCl, the proportions are
slightly different.

On May 8, 2005, at 8:45 AM, Christina Z. Anderson wrote:

> Thanks, Clay,
> Is it regular uniodized table salt or do I need some professional
> grade?
> I figured I should mix it at once because I can just imagine
> weighing out fine powder and sneezing...for some reason, the cost
> has me very nervous.
> Chris
>
> From: "Clay" <wcharmon@wt.net>
>
>> Those are the proportions I use. The proportions are probably more
>> important than the solution strength, especially if you take into
>> account the dilution that occurs automatically when you use the
>> Magic brush. If I were you, I would just mix it all up at once,
>> since it won't go bad or anything. That amount will make you
>> 300ml of solution:
>> 25g PdCl
>> 17.5g NaCl
>> 275ml water
>> Clay
>>
>
>
>
Received on Sun May 8 07:49:54 2005

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