I haven't looked into the actual make-up of them yet, but there are bromine sanitizers for hot-tubs (I believe bromine is more stable at the higher temperatures present in hot tubs than chlorine). I've just been too busy lately and my pyro work is suffering
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Posted Today, 07:01 AM
mumbles if you see this, i have recently come across woelen's excellent write up on sci mad of the electrolytic synthesis of potassium bromate in a cell that runs similarly to the chlorate cells with some variation to the voltage and current. what i wonder is could a similar process be run on copper bromide (specifically copper(II)bromide as the copper(I) variety has very low solubility)?
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Edited by rogeryermaw, Today, 07:07 AM.
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