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    mixing from powder

    Okay, I have looked and can not find anything about mixing powder Pd/Pt. and is it that much of a savings than having B&S mixing it for you.

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    I charge the same for liquid and powder. But here's the easiest rundown for mixing powder:

    Palladium:
    25ml-
    2.5g Palladium Chloride
    1.8g Sodium Chloride (table salt)

    100ml-
    10g Palladium Chloride
    7.2g Sodium Chloride

    Heat water to near boiling, then add palladium and salt. Stir to mix well. Should completely disolve within 5 minutes.

    Platinum:
    25ml-
    5g Potassium Chloroplatinite

    100ml-
    20g Potassium Chloroplatinite

    Heat water to 90F, add Platinum crystals and stir. Keep the temperature down to help prevent the formation of red needle-like crystals in the bottom of your storage container.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana Sullivan View Post
    I charge the same for liquid and powder. But here's the easiest rundown for mixing powder:

    Palladium:
    25ml-
    2.5g Palladium Chloride
    1.8g Sodium Chloride (table salt)

    100ml-
    10g Palladium Chloride
    7.2g Sodium Chloride

    Heat water to near boiling, then add palladium and salt. Stir to mix well. Should completely disolve within 5 minutes.

    Platinum:
    25ml-
    5g Potassium Chloroplatinite

    100ml-
    20g Potassium Chloroplatinite

    Heat water to 90F, add Platinum crystals and stir. Keep the temperature down to help prevent the formation of red needle-like crystals in the bottom of your storage container.
    Hi Dana,
    I noticed the Pt price has been increased significantly. Do you offer promo discount for group purchase sometime soon? Thanks. TT

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    Thank you very much Dana,

    Is there a formula for the ferric Oxilate
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    We're having a special on Platinum and Palladium, since I've had several people asking. Check out my thread over here:
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum253/...ecial-b-s.html



 

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