We are re-packaging Bostick & Sullivan Ferric Oxalate powder for your convenience in 27gr units per packet which is perfect for making up with 100ml distilled water for your Pt/Pd sensitizer. Some practitioners also add 2 grams Oxalic Acid. This kit includes two packets of each so you can make two batches of sensitizer.
Can be used in any formulation in which Ferric Oxalate is required.
This product ships directly from InkjetMall offices in Vermont. It will require an adult signature upon receipt. It will not arrive in the same packaging as any other non-chemical items which you may be ordering at the same time. If you are ordering other items, they will ship prior to the chemicals. We will make every effort to ship the chemicals at the same time as your other supplies, but please allow an extra 1-2 days for the chemicals to arrive.
You get two packets of 27 grams of Ferric Oxalate powder. You also get two packets of 2 grams of Oxalic Acid. This is a total of 54 grams Ferric Oxalate and 4 grams of Oxalic Acid. This must be formulated into a solution.
This chemistry is compatible with all traditional platinum and palladium printing. It is reagent quality of exceptional purity and is manufactured by Bostick & Sullivan..
Standard Palladium Solution - 100ml. Sodium Chloropalladite solution. 100 ml. 15% solution. This is the standard solution for Platinum and Palladium printing. Often referred to as Palladium Solution #3.
The legendary Richeson 9000 Series alternative process brush. Perfect for platinum and palladium sensitized emulsion coating. Also for other alternative processes. The ferrule of this high standard brush does not cause contamination of sensitized solutions. This brush comes to a razor edge to retain its ultra-smooth application of emulsions.
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