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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 15 Jun 2021 08:15 #69473

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That product is "HYDROCHLORIC ACID 20° BAUME - 31.45% (MURIATIC ACID)"  

You can dilute 31.45% down to 4% or whatever you want. Use this online calculator  endmemo.com/bio/dilution.php  4th calculator down the page.

If making CDS, then muriatic acid is fine as only the CLO2 gas should be in the CDS water. 

If you want some unactivated MMS in CDS (as you will have in MMS1 as it is only 10% activated when made) then you can add drops of MMS to CDS as per  Protocol 102

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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 15 Jun 2021 12:12 #69477

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Ok cool,. So if I understand well, the impurities will not pass over in the gas,. Only the Clo2 will pass? 

Yes we are planning to make the 3000ppm solution as per Andreas kalckers website. 

Thanks for the response. 
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How to make HCL 4% solution (MMS activation) - Solution MUST be 4% 15 Jun 2021 22:00 #69487

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If the reactor solution is heated when making CDS, it may be possible that other gases may end up in the CDS water. 

If you are going to use the CDS making shot-glass method that AK shows in his video, I have developed a newer method that is much faster than my old method that he shows, where you can make CDS is 3 hours using MMS and 4% HCL. 

 

mmsinfo.org/infosheets/Quick_CDS_Made_in_a_Glass_Two_Compartment_Food_Storage_Container-final.pdf
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