What about 99%+ ACS Grade?
While the fact that it contains no inert ingredients may seem attractive, this grade of sodium chlorite is quite dangerous to handle. At purities approaching 90%, Sodium Chlorite becomes unstable. It can be percussively explosive, cause organic material to spontaneously combust, and it is reactive to sunlight.
The inert salts added to the 80% and 90% Sodium Chlorite act as buffers and stabilize it. 80% is easy to store, handle, and is more forgiving to light, and temperature.
I would strongly discourage anyone without knowledge and experience with this chemical to avoid procuring 99% Sodium Chlorite.
If you know the manufacturer's name of the SC you will be buying, you can ask for a COA (certificate of analysis) such as this example. Re-read what Steve said above about using 99.9% pure SC. It is dangerous to handle.
Come on, ClO2: Shit is always shit even in small quantities. And then if you take a long course of MMS you ingest a lot these "little" quantities . Do you want to persuade me that that's good for you?
Why shouldn't CDS contain those particles? Isn't CDS made with NaClO2?
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