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Hi all 25 May 2012 03:03 #17709

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Hi everyone

My name is Satoshi.
I live in Okinawa Japan.

I came to realize the effect of MMS in curing, improving health through my personal experience.

My shoulder pain due to frozen shoulder syndrome has gone.
And my toothache has gone.

It's really fantastic.

So let me learn more about the practical appreciations of MMS through this forum.

I have a question about MMS's concentration.

Wikipedia shows MMS's solubility in water as 64 g/100 mL (17 °C).
This ratio is 100% solution of sodium chlorite, isn't it?

In room temperature the solubility would be around 70g/100mL.
So, 100mL of water can contain 70g of MMS at most, that is 100% concentration.

But our MMS flake is 80% pureness.
So, we get 80% solution with 70g of MMS in 100ml of water.

In order to get 22.4% solution, we multiply 70g by 28% , that is 19.6g.

Is this reasoning correct?

Thank you for your time and attention on my question.
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Re: Hi all 25 May 2012 07:04 #17714

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Welcome Satoshi!!
!00 ml water weighs 100 gm. with 64 gm sodium chlorite the total weight is now 164gm. Therefore the concentration is 64 / 164 X100 = 39%

100 ml water will only dissolve 64 gm sodium chlorite therefore it is a 100% SATURATED solution. - not the same thing

28 gm sodium chlorite flakes + 72 gm water weighs 100gm. Therefore 28 x 80% = 22.4% sodium chlorite.

Always work by weight.

I'm happy that you are getting good results with MMS!
Always feel free to ask questions and please keep us posted on your success!
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Re: Hi all 25 May 2012 09:05 #17719

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Hi paul

Thank you for your reply.

Saturation degree is not concentration.

Interesting!

100% saturated solution is not 100% concentration solution.

Saturation rate and concentration rate are different concept.

I have to relearn junior high chemistry.

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Re: Hi all 28 May 2012 05:11 #17845

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Hi all

I have checked about solubility and mass percent concentration .

The solubility of sodium chlorite is 39g / 100ml.
39g sodium chlorite can be dissolved in 100ml water.
sodium chlorite is a solute.
water is a solvent.
sodium chlorite aqueous solution is 139g which is 39g + 100g
This is the saturated sodium chlorite solution.

The saturated sodium chlorite solution's mass percent concentration is as follows

39g / 139g = 28%

So we make 28% sodium chlorite flake solution.
Then the purity of our sodium chlorite flake is 80%.
So we get 22.4% mass concentration MMS solution, which is almost saturated solution of sodium chlorite.

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Re: Hi all 28 May 2012 05:38 #17846

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Hi all again

I have changed WikiPedia's figure of sodium chlorite's solubility from 64g/100ml to 39g/100ml.

English version's figure seems to be wrong, because other languages, like Japanese, French, Spanish version indicate 39g/100ml.

Please check by yourself.


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Re: Hi all 28 May 2012 10:15 #17848

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After reading Jim Humble's new book. In his book he discusses Wikipedia and now I won't trust many things they say. Wikipedia doesnt always have the correct answer's. Just like you were able to change a figure on Wikipedia. Not saying your figures are incorrect. But many people lie on Wikipedia.

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Re: Hi all 28 May 2012 17:32 #17876

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Satoshi, would you please keep an eye on Wikipedia to be sure they keep the corrected figure in their information? Sometimes corrections have a little problem with disappearing. :P
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Re: Hi all 28 May 2012 22:42 #17899

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Hi Judies

Thank you for the comment, and your laughing face.

It makes this forum bright.



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Re: Hi all 28 May 2012 22:44 #17900

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Hi pam


Thank you for the comment and the suggestion.

I will do so.


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