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Re: [BKARTS] Methylcellulose

Solutions, when given as a percentage, ought to state whether they are
weight/volume (w/v) or volume per volume (v/v).  People often drop this
from the percentage, along with units.  Rather than rely on volume
measures of solids, which are inaccurate (think of a tablespoon of gold
versus a tablespoon of ashes) it is best to weigh them.
A 10% solution of methyl cellulose would be 10 grams in water, measuring
up to 100ml.

Doug Sanders

  So, how do you mix a 10% solution of
> methylcellulose in water, when one is a powder
> and one a liquid?  Sorry, never took chemistry.
> Thanks,  Dan Winston.

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