I saw on your web site a comparative on the Ware vs Ziatype that you
were investigating the use of an ohm meter to determine water
content(rH). Is this info available and has it been tested on several
Richard Sullivan wrote:
> Mix the lithium chloride in water first. It will heat up a lot, especially
> if you are making a large quantity like 100 ml. All you need to do it add
> the palladium chloride next. It does not need anything special to mix it.
> It is much more absorbent than the sodium palladium or ammonium palladium
> --Dick Sullivan
> At 11:12 AM 4/17/98 -0400, you wrote:
> >hello all
> >the first time i make zia print i use the b-s kit
> >now i gone to make the lithium palladium solution myself.
> >i wonder if it react like classical or ware solution and if it should be
> >mix like them
> >b-s prevent of the warm up of the solution when mixing lithium chloride
> >with water
> >so i don't think i had to warm it up before.
> >i want to know if i had to keep it warm for mixing the palladium chloride
> >or if it mix better with this solution of lithium chloride than with
> >ammonium chloride or sodium chloride?
> >and another question, does anyone have the addres of phillips and sons
> >thanks for your answer and have a good week-end
> >nze christian (france)
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