Eric Neilsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 11 May 1999 18:55:04 -0500
Jeffrey has the right ratio of LiCl to PdCl in his earlier post, that should
stay constant and as is good practice for those of us without scales and
balances that allow for accurate measure down to .001 grams, it is best to
error on the slightly more XCl, where x=Na, Li, etc.
And as i noted Carl and Jeffrey, I see the water or humidity playing a big
role. I may be way off there. I was going to run some test with ratios of
traditional ferric and AFO to see if that might help.
Richard Sullivan wrote:
> I think this is where I left off in my original exploration and decided
> to to try and find the ratios experimentally.
> From what I can gather, in theory we need to enrich the level of Pd in the
> emulsion. What is the consensus at this point as to how much Pd and how
> much LiCl?
> --Dick Sullivan
> At 12:58 PM 5/11/99 -0400, you wrote:
> >I want to thank Eric for providing assistance in this mater of
> >straightening out the formulas. Hopefully we will be able to find the
> >correct description of the reaction, although, at this time, I don't see
> >us there yet. (For instance the Cl has not been balanced. I thought
> >that FeCl3 was formed as well as KCl, or LiCl for zia.) I have visited
> >Mike Ware's site as well but have not been able to get a complete story
> >from the information he has provided. Perhaps if he is listening he can
> >help with a more comprehensive description of the reaction.
> >I am continuing with the experiment of printing with various strengths
> >of solutions and should be reporting soon.
> >Jeffrey D. Mathias
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