[alt-photo] Re: Shipping 1/2 gallon of AgNO3

Robert Hall robert.g.hall at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 19:09:44 GMT 2012

We call it sunning jars. We put the silver in the sun to dry out, then we
can rehydrate it.

But for a half gallon, I would get a 2 pack of plastic hydrogen peroxide
quart containers and pour it in to them. Seal in a plastic bag, then pad in
a box.

Easy peasy

Robert Hall

On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 1:06 PM, eric nelson <emanphoto at gmail.com> wrote:

> That's interesting that it's a restorative procedure, I'll have to
> look that up!  I'll need a vessel to boil it in which I assume would
> be glass only.  I could get a pyrex pot of some kind from a thrift
> store and use that.
> I haven't bought any AgNO3 in a while and checking the prices from the
> supplier I bought this from made me realize that I HAVE to take it.
> That makes 2 liters of 12% worth over $400.
> http://www.saltlakemetals.com/Silver_Nitrate.htm
> Eric
> On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 12:52 PM, Keith Gerling <keith.gerling at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Just boil it down?  Wetplaters regularly boil down the silver bath as a
> > restorative procedure.  1/2 gallon wouldn't take all that long, really.
> >> Thanks for any suggestions.
> >> Eric
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