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MMS Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2) Concentration Using Different Acid Activators & Time

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2 years 11 months ago #13 by CLO2

Testing procedure:
1. Add 3 drops of 22.4% Sodium Chlorite Solution to a small glass beaker that is tilted to pool the solution to the low point.
2. Add 3 drops of acid activator to the beaker and start timer.
3. Gently agitate during the activation period.
4. When the activation period ends, pour some distilled water (DW) from a prepared 120 ml stock supply into the small activation beaker.
5. Pour that solution back into the stock DW supply and repeat again.
6. Stir well to disperse the ingredients equally throughout the 120 ml solution.
6. Withdraw 1 ml from the 120 ml MMS solution and add to 9 ml of DW in a beaker.
7. Stir/swirl the 10 ml diluted MMS solution and withdraw 4 ml which will be measured for CLO2 concentration using an eXact Chlorine photometer using appropriate reagents and a conversion chart.

Notes on vinegar activators
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Two tests with vinegars were made @ 1:5 activated 3 minutes. One with organic Braggs & one with Heinz distilled white. Results were respectively: 1.5 & 0.0 ppm.

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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