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Old 08-18-2019, 03:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Bradley Howes View Post
Im going to take a stab at this sulphur blue either tonight or tomorrow, depends on what time I finish my drive back to Alfred. My big question is how much sulphur should I use? I’m thinking between 1-5% which is probably over kill but I have no idea. I’m planning on mortaring the sulphur with some boric acid. The sulphur we have is as chips but clumps together unbelievably in the mortar. From there, I’ll mix it into the rest of the boric acid and charge it. Any thoughts?
Thats an awful lot of sulfur. Stick to 1% and see what you get besides a potentially ruined crucible. You might consider covering the pot.
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