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Probably beat to death

Discussion in 'Ice Management' started by AGMI, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. AGMI

    AGMI Member
    from NE Mass
    Messages: 36

    But, I am wondering from a scientific point of view how many pounds 1 gal of water can hold of Rock Salt, of Calcium Chloride, and of Magnesium Chloride. I am fairly familiar with the liquids and the sciences behind them, I just want to know the actual scientific answer. I think it is 32% calcium at 15* F, 23% salt @ 15* F, and 24% mag at 15*F, correct?
     
  2. AGMI

    AGMI Member
    from NE Mass
    Messages: 36

    <chirp> <chirp> No scientists on here...hmmm.