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Ascorbic Acid - Can I use it as an activator?

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09 Jun 2018 23:12 #58600 by jacobovits
I'd like to know if I can use acsorbic acid crystals/powder instead of other activators and HOW MUCH should I use per 800 grams of ClO2?

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10 Jun 2018 01:10 #58601 by CLO2
Ascorbic acid may react with sodium chlorite solution (NaCLO2) (MMS) and release chlorine dioxide (CLO2) but then it will also reduce CLO2 considerably. See this test Chlorine Dioxide and Vitamin-C I performed a few years ago.

The recommended MMS activator is 4% HCL.

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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