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    What's remaining:
    15 grains (0.97g) glass ampoule from Merck - $32
    15 grains (0.97g) glass ampoule in plastic tube from Baker Chemicals - $32
    5g (originally) solid, from Photographers' Formulary, $149. It's sealed, but the solid has absorbed moisture and liquefied.

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    Another price cut at Crazy Peter's Gold Chloride Emporium! How low can he go? Don't wait to find out!

    15 grains (0.97g) glass ampoule in plastic tube from Baker Chemicals - $29
    5g (originally) solid, from Photographers' Formulary, $139. It's sealed, but the solid has absorbed moisture and liquefied.

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    Ok, the second 5g bottle is claimed. Only the ampoule left. Ampoules aren't as hard to handle as you might think. Wash it, put it in a jar and crush it with a pestle, then add water to make a solution. Strain the solution to get rid of the shards.

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