Neilson wrote: Hi kwag,
Thanks for your information on the eye drops and the alternative method of making CDS.
Could you please specify how much a teaspoon is?
In Europe, a teaspoon is a very vague unit of measurement.
Teaspoons come in many sizes. And then there's the whole thing about whether it was heaped, and how much it was heaped etc etc.
Could you give us the measurements of the sodium chlorite flakes/citric acid in weight, please?
I want to try your method.
Yes they do! specially when you have the chamber on a hot water bath.
I forgot to ask you:
Do the sodium chlorite flakes dissolve alright in this mix right away, in such a short span of time?
You can, but only once every couple of minutes. No need to shake constantly if you do it this way.
And I guess you shake/stirr the reaction chamber a lot during the process?
As I mentioned, in about 5 to 6 minutes a gallon of water is saturated and done. The color stays the same even after 10 minutes, but then you see the color in the reaction chamber starting to lighten up.
Also, how long would you say the whole process takes? You mentioned it recuces the time by about 5 mins. How much is the process in total?
Its the Top Fin Air Pump AIR 1000 model.
jbnet wrote: What is the air pump (size, etc.) to buy and anything in addition to the air pump (accessories)?
No. The only different thing I'm doing here is the quantity of Sodium Chlorite and Citric acid.
jbnet wrote: Thanks kwag.
Are any of the other accessories they show necessary?