[pure-silver] Re: Mixing

  • From: titrisol <titrisol@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 12:07:50 -0700 (PDT)

That is quite concentrated... can you make a half strength
solution and then use double of wht is required?
My guess is that you'll have to use warm water (60-70C) to
dissolve so much carbonate.
Besides, if my Handbok of CHemistry and Physics is correct,
solubility should be aorund 46g/100 ml !!

--- Camclicker@xxxxxxx wrote:

> I am going to mix up 100 mL of Pyrocat HD and solution B calls
> for  75g 
> Potassium Carbonate to be mixed with 70 mL distilled water and
> topped  off to 100 
> mL..
> The last time I tried mixing this dense a solution (84g Sodium
> Carbonate to  
> 100mL water) I ended up with a glob of unusable, moist Sodium
> Carb.   Will the 
> Potassium behave the same way as the Sodium, if so is there a
> trick to  
> mixing dense solutions?
> Bruce
> Brooklyn, NY  
> camclicker@xxxxxxx
> www.camclicker.com

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