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copper sulfate gell

copper sulfate gell

(OP)
Hello, Engineers.

I am trying to develop a copper sulfate into a gel type liquid. Does anyone have a suggestion where to look for developing a gelatin?

I eventually want to dry the liquid to a powder for transporting.

thank you for your help.

RE: copper sulfate gell

The gelling agent selection will depend on what the powder is used for, and if the gelling agent must be stripped out of the copper sulfate before usage.

RE: copper sulfate gell

(OP)
thank you for the feedback. I certainly appreciate your help.

I would like to use the copper sulfate gel for an electrolyte to measure cathodic protection voltage potentials. The voltage range will normally be less than 1.8 volts d.c.

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