In Kalcker's video demo making CDS, he does not measure the amount of water that he pours into the jar. Does it not matter how much water is used? Later in the video is indicaed 300-350ml. Accuracy doesn't matter?
He said that people did ask about the amount of distilled water and that 300 - 350 ml is close enough to work. He tested the results to prove that this method works good. A group of people testing CDS say that this method below is easier to compare the colors at the 50 color square.
Lamotte 3002 High Range Chlorine Dioxide Test Strips
Put 1ml of CDS into 59ml of water. Dip strip for 2 seconds, take out (do not flick off any solution), wait 15 seconds, then color match. Multiply color ppm by 60 to get CDS 3,000 PPM.
CDS | water | multiply | Color match
1ml | 59ml | 60 | 50
Calculate 60 X 50 = CDS 3,000 PPM
60 X 50 = 3,000 PPM
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MMS (Master Mineral Solution) is Sodium Chlorite 28% (22.4% Sodium Chlorite, 5.6% Inert Salts and the remainder water) plus an acidic activator (usually 50% Citric Acid or 4% Hydrochloric Acid) when combined produces Chlorine Dioxide.