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Actually table salt works very well.I am really unsure why no one is using this method instead since its a lot less caustic.http://ojs.library.queensu.ca/index.php/ijsle/article/viewFile/4244/4344
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Hi everyone, i read all the comments, i love it, very useful.i am referencing this page to my patient to read as a general/useful information.
This is a very cool tutorial and easy to do in primitive style, but i read somewhere else that for the activation there need to be ~537 degrees Celsius treatment after adding the chloride water. as i am ceramist it makes sense, ceramics(mud) also have this 537 degrees C point where it reaches full impermeability
I don't think sodium chloride will work... that's just plain table salt. You're always welcome to try though.
Can i use sodium chloride as a substitute for calcium chloride? Thanks in advance.
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