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Re: Rocks

In a message dated 6/26/2002 11:45:36 AM Eastern Daylight Time, apistowise@fgn.net writes:

If you can get your acid buffer to about pH 2 then
you probably can use it to test for carbonates. I
always thought that Hydrochloric Acid was an
aqueous solutions of hydrogen chloride, a gas.

Mike Wise

Yes Mike,
actually Zack already corrected me on that. When there is a lot of input data my brain acts more like the old Tandy 8086 if you remember them. Oh well, at least I'm still learning something just get my facts a little messed up. This is why I keep a notebook now. Thanks much Mike
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