Hi and thanks for the video It looks a great idea but I just have 1 question Is storing the CDS in a syringe OK as regards contamination from the syringe materials I note that elsewhere you state thst you store CDS in glass containers
Glass is best for long-term storage, but for this purpose, the storage time is a few hours.
If you buy CDS, it usually is packaged in a plastic bottle.
For this syringe dosing idea, the component that could cause a problem is the syringe plunger piston, the black natural rubber seal. It will be damaged if in contact with 3000ppm CDS after a few hours. So, one answer is to use a syringe with a silicone O-ring seal. There are also syringes without any special piston seal. I have some on order to check them out. They might leak.
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