RE: kitchen recipe for palladium

From: Eric Neilsen ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/08/05-02:23:57 PM Z
Message-id: <200505082023.j48KNrjg002267@spamf2.usask.ca>

The proportions are the exact same; the weights are different because
lithium and sodium have different atomic weights.

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Clay [mailto:wcharmon@wt.net]
> Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:50 AM
> To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
> Subject: Re: kitchen recipe for palladium
>
> 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 14:24:11 2005

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