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Lowering Chloride conc. in Acid Copper Bath


(2000)

Acid Copper bath.. how can I lower my chloride concentration. I never had to adjust down before.. can anyone help?

Thank you,

Tom Greifenkamp
- Cincinnati, Ohio USA


(2000)

To remove chloride from solution add some silver oxide that will remove the chloride as silver chloride. Its a mole amount of silver will remove a mole of chloride.

You should check your incoming water for chloride or somebody added the wrong acid to the tank.

George Shahin
George Shahin
Atotech - Rock Hill, South Carolina



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