Estos son los pasos a seguir y observar:
1. ?Agregue 220ml de agua purificada (Agua destilada que es la mejor pero también está bien con agua cruda o de acueducto)
2. Agregue 10ml de Clorito de Sodio
3. ?Agregue 10ml de activador: solución al 4% HCl o 33%/50% Acido Cítrico
Esto es correcto.
1. Agregue 220 ml de agua limpia / pura a una botella.
2. Agregue 10 ml de solución de clorito de sodio 22.4% (MMS = NaCLO2 no activado)
3. Agregue 10 ml de 4% HCL o 33% / 50% de ácido cítrico (¡HCL sabe mucho mejor!)
This is correct.
1. Add 220 ml of clean/pure water to a bottle.
2. Add 10 ml of sodium chlorite solution 22.4% (MMS = unactivated NaCLO2)
3. Add 10 ml of either 4% HCL or 33%/50% citric acid (HCL tastes much better!)
He uses sodium chlorite and citric, and you speak about MMS and HCI. So must I first activate the sodium chlorite (How?) to mix it with HCI?
No, do not activate MMS with an activator first.
Follow the directions:
1. Add 220 ml of clean water to a bottle
2. Add 10 ml of MMS (unactivated)
3. Add 10 ml of 4% HCL or 50% citric acid
4. Put the cap on the bottle and shake.
5. Put the bottle in a place which is dark and not cold.
6. About 12 hours later you should have CDH.
I had the last night done it (MMS and citric acid). Now I'm going to prepare a half-liter bottle of water with 24ml to drink in eigth times, and little by little get to protocol 2000.
What do you think?
why bother to make mms solution and acid solution before putting into the main mixing bottle? Seems unnecessary to mix with water only to mix with more water. It would be easier just to measure the required amount of dry naclo and dry citric (if used) straight into the mixing bottle. Is there a reason not to do this?
so 2.5g sodium chlorite (80%) plus 5g citric acid (or 10ml hcl 4%) and top up to 240ml.
sorry to clarify I mean for making cdh not mms. It seems easier to put the dry ingredients in the 240ml bottle and add water rather than make mms and citric solutions and then further water them down to make cdh.
@brenan, I considered the same a couple of years ago. One thing that makes is right to use acid solution, like 50% citric acid is that then in the home conditions we have more control on the doses. It's difficult to measure 0,01 grams of sodium chlorite at home. The drops we're using are quite nice standarized. Drop as a unit is well understood by MMS community.
Using dry sodium chlorite would be sensible for the chemistry or industry usage, where they have very accurate measurement devices.
Insanity is doing the same old thing that failed and expecting a different result.
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