To precipitate copper:
> (Boston?) area water. Why don't you try to remove (reduce) it?? You
> can just add a drop of iron chloride. You have to be carefull th
> because in this process hydrogen carbonate is consumed and this
> lead to a fall of Ph value (on overdose only). As far as I can
Ferrous-cloride, yes I bought five gallons of the stuff over 20 years ago
for etching circuit boards and I've been hanging onto the remaining two
gallons for years because I don't want to dump it down the drain (It's not
used in the PC board business any more). If any body wants to trade some
plants for FeCl drop a line.
Paul Nicholson Electronic Imaging Systems, Inc.
eis at altonet_com 5148 Commerce Avenue, Unit F
TEL 805 532 1068 Moorpark, CA 93021 U.S.A.
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