From: Monnoyer Philippe (email@example.com)
Date: 02/17/03-03:35:55 AM Z
If you don't find ferric citrate, make it. Sodium citrate and ferric chloride (or nitrate) will give you ferric citrate in aqueous solution. Both sodium citrate and ferric chloride are easy to find.
|From: Don Bryant [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
|Sent: Monday, February 17, 2003 04:55
|Subject: Re: Finding Ferric Citrate
|Thanks Sandy, I'll call Tri-Ess Monday.
|> I purchased the Ferric Citrate from Tri-Ess. What they sent was in
|> fairly large granules and did not go into suspension nearly so well
|> as did a small sample that Liam Lawless sent me. I am not sure how
|> much it matters that it all go into suspension but the fact that it
|> would not certainly bothered me.
|> >Hi Everyone,
|> >I'm trying to locate a supplier of Ferric Citrate to create
|> >variable contrast VDB formula, part B. Unfortunately I can't seem to
|> >a supplier that can sell a small quantity. I've contacted Bostick &
|> >Sullivan, Art Craft Chemicals, Photographers Formulary.
|Tri-Ess can order
|> >to 4 ounces but may not make a shipment for a week or so. I've even
|> >e-bay and have had no luck.
|> >Does anyone have a source for this chemical that will sell a small
|> >to an individual consumer located in the U.S.A.?
|> >Please note, I don't mean Ferric Ammonium Citrate, just
|> >Don Bryant
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