Re: ferric oxalate
I'm not much competent on DOP Pt/Pd but if I'm not mistaking, that depends
on the strength of your metal solution... Anyway, see this:
The contents page of full text:
Read the small print on page 1. It says 25% FO (and accompanying metal
solution) is about optimum...
10 Kasım 2008, Pazartesi, 11:13 pm tarihinde, Diana Bloomfield yazmış:
> Oh, lord no. Not for a minute would I attempt to make anything from
> scratch-- except maybe a pound cake.
> No, I'm just trying to mix up the ferric oxalate powder with
> distilled water and would like to know the amounts to use-- water to
> powder, and can you ever heat the water too much? Just having a hard
> time here, so wonder if I'm doing something wrong (as usual).
> Thanks, Neal.
> On Nov 10, 2008, at 4:06 PM, Neal Wilson wrote:
>> You are trying to make Ferric Oxalate from scratch? I've always
>> been told this was a difficult process because of the compound's
>> instability. There are detailed instructions at http://
>> e.neilsen.home.att.net/FerricOxalate.html I've read again and
>> again that this was something to buy rather make because of the
>> time it takes and that the relative cost savings is neglible.
>> Did I misunderstand your question?
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>> > Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2008 15:59:27 -0500
>> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> > Subject: ferric oxalate
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>> > I'm trying to mix up some ferric oxalate, from powder, for use in
>> > pd printing. Can someone detail their formula for me, for mixing
>> > this thoroughly?
>> > Thanks.
>> > Diana