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RE: sodium chloride for palladium solution

I use coarse kosher salt.  Don't know if it's kosher, but it always works.  ;-)

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> Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2009 11:49:43 -0700
> From: viapiano@pacbell.net
> Subject: sodium chloride for palladium solution
> To: alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca
> 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...?
> Paul