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[*] posted on 4-1-2005 at 22:46
need salt (NaCL)


NaCL which is used to produce NaOH and so on is needed . I hope the purity of NaCL is high as possible . Then the price is reasonable . Please send me E-mail(skyfreedomwm@yahoo.com.cn) if you have .
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[*] posted on 4-1-2005 at 22:49
need salt (NaCL)


of course the quantity is big enough. at least 10000 MT.
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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 00:04


if any chemical supply house even pauses when you order AG sodium chloride i would be suprised....

Just ring up a chemical supply place and place an order, it requires no hazmat (its table salt for cryin out loud!) so they wouldnt have any problem.

If you dont want 99.9999999% or whatever rediculous purity you want just buy some non-iodised table salt...

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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 03:14


Don’t forget about those 50 lb bags of the stuff sold at the hardware stores for water treatment. I’m not so sure about the purity though.
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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 05:58


Something like this?



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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 06:06


Beware! Beware!

Earth-metal salts are highly dangerous! The LH100 is below 2!
(LH = lethal height. Says when you stand in a container and 2 meter salt are filled in rapidly then you are to 100% dead!)

People died when chunks of rock-salt fell on their heads!
More persons died in salt-mines than in uranium mines!
Sodium chloride killed more ppl than mercury and lead together!
Dangerous long-term healthproblems like high blood pressure and high blood pressure is one of the big killers around, you go BLIND! Glaucoms! My god!
Already decent amounts render water undrinkable!
Kills fish in lakes!
The shit should be banned!

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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 14:30
good grief


Those who suggested buying it in 50 pound sacks from hardware stores or ordering it from lab suppliers, did you miss the part where he said he needs 10000 metric tons of it?! Of course this is not the best place to ask where to buy industrial quantities of chemicals, but "hardware store" or "chemical supply house" are both pretty lousy answers for someone in China who needs a lot of NaCl.



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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 14:50
Why so much???


Freedomwm, I’m curious to know why you need that much? You might have better luck over at Alibaba.com, it is an international internet supermarket “so to speak", you must join and complete registration, but it’s free, then you simply type what you’re looking for and you should receive several ads for NaCl suppliers, I was just on and found several suppliers that offer the quantity you need.

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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 16:32


Well, if you really need that much, you might as well buy a salt mine. You may also want to check out the Thomas Register.
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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 18:06


HOLY CRAP!

i did miss that part....
10000 metric tons is a lot of salt..... wow... imagine all the pretzles (sp?) that would cover for those americans....

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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 20:34


Whenever I'm googling some chemical many of the sites that pop up are Republic of China companies that want to sell me anything I want in bulk. I'm wondering why he is asking us for a source of bulk NaCl. It seems like that would be "taking coal to Newcastle."



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[*] posted on 5-1-2005 at 23:13


I think he wants all that salt to electrolyse it, given he mentions NaOH.



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[*] posted on 6-1-2005 at 01:20


I think it's a waste of money, time and energy to electrolyse all that



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[*] posted on 6-1-2005 at 14:53


I agree salt is too dangerous in this day and age for society and should be banned forever
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[*] posted on 15-2-2005 at 14:40


I was in my kitchen the other day cooking up some eggs and stuff when I noticed that the salt I was using claimed to be iodized. Obviously this means that there must be some Iodide salt floating around in there, and I assume that it would be a small amount because I don't think the human body needs to much iodine in its system. My question is would it be worth while to try and isolate the iodide salt for use in other syntheses? Or would I be better of finding a better supply of iodide salt?



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[*] posted on 15-2-2005 at 14:52


As I said in the Bromine from Sea Salt thread:
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My OTC iodized salt contains 45% of the daily value of iodine per serving (1.5 g). The % daily recommended value of iodine is 150 mcg. So .000150g of iodine recommended, 45% of that per 1.5g so taking those numbers into consideration, table salt would contain .045g per 1 kg table salt. So I would guess Chemtastic's method for producing I2 from iodized salt is a joke, as his little smiley face suggests




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[*] posted on 15-2-2005 at 15:28
Lots Of Salt


Obviously, he's looking in the wrong place. 10000 metric tons ? Is he opening his
own hydroxide or chlorate plant ? Either he lacks substantial industrial information OR
we have a TROLL.




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