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Re: sodium chloride for palladium solution

I use Morton's non-iodized and have done so for the past 4 years of mixing up my palladium chloride solutions without any problems.

On Sat, Mar 21, 2009 at 1:49 PM, Paul Viapiano <viapiano@pacbell.net> wrote:
I know it's been discussed here a zillion times, but...

whenever I go to get non-iodized salt (mortons or other) I always see another ingredient listed such as calcium silicate, sodium silicaluminate or yellow prussia of soda...never just plain salt. I know these are anti-caking agents, but can I still use this for my solution with no harm done? I have found sea salt with nothing else listed...or do I need to order NaCl from Bostick or equivalent...?

What to do...?