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Re: BAP10 / Mix it yourself?


>The price is 10 grams for $69.10 or 100 grams for $441.75.  That 
>would put a liter solution at about $70 (10 grams per liter).

10 grams per liter is 1% - a liter is 1,000 ml and a liter of water is 
1,000 grams.  BAP-10 is 10%, that's 100 grams.  Those guys must have 
bought a ton of the stuff or they are making their own.  If you make a 
liter yourself it would be over $450.  Why do that when you can buy it 
for $175!  It's not a very complicated chemical, so I'm not sure why 
it is so expensive.

Joe Halinar

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