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Originally Posted by VW_TDI_02 View Post
So I just thought it over:
The difference is in the number of grams in a drop. What I did was that since you have 4.1g in a 100mL solution and a drop = .051mL according to Google:
4.1G/100mL = xG/.051mL. After solving that you get .002091g per drop (.051mL). Multiply that by 8 and you get .016728g.
Ah, I just used 1 drop = 1ml (something we often assume to simplify our solutions)...that's why our numbers are different.


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Originally Posted by VW_TDI_02 View Post
The bag was 25% Copper. If you break down the formula:

CuSO4 5H20

Cu = 63.5g
S = 32g
O = 16g
H = 1g

After adding up the quantities you get a total a mass of 249.5g. Divide that by 4 and you get 62.375g. That is 25% of the entire thing which is very close to the amount of Copper.
This means the "stuff" is in fact 100% pure CuSO4, in which case Kobalt should disregard what I said about multiplying everything by 4. I though it said it was 25% Copper Sulphate, I really should have read the label better

Just add 4 grams for every 100ml of water to make PTNuke. Then add a few drops of that to your loop.

If you already added 16g of it to 100ml of water, then no big deal, just add another 300ml of water and it will be back to normal. You'll just end up with 400ml of PTNuke lol.
Edited by HobieCat - 12/28/10 at 8:19pm
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