- Dec 13, 2017
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It's problem I tell you why I buy from chemical store that not have website I can only order from them when I get the product only when I can take pic and show you the details of product let me try talk with store that they send me details of chemical on email maybe that works
Oh thx for explaining I try ask the store chemical form and degree of hydrationAs long as you buy the same type of product, it doesn't matter from who. I wanted to see the chemical form, degree of hydration, etc.
Sodium molybdate has a molecular weight of 206 grams per mole.
Molybdenum has a molecular weight of 96 g/mole.
Thus, sodium molybdate is 96/206 x 100 = 46.6% molybdenum by weight
If you dissolve 1 gram (1,000 mg) in 1 L (1000 mL), that has a concentration of 1 mg/mL sodium molybdate or 0.5 mg/mL molybdenum
Natural levels of molybdenum are close to 10 ug/L.
If you want to boost 100 liters of aquarium water by 10 ug/L, you need 100 L x 10 ug/L = 1,000 ug or 1 mg.
Thus, 2 mL of your stock solution (that is 0.5 mg/mL) will add that 1 mg to the 100 liters of aquarium water.
I check with store chemicals today and they say me it's anhydrous and this is the analysis of the chemical from the sigma aldrich this link I attach https://www.sigmaaldrich.com/catalog/product/sigald/243655?lang=en®ion=IL
Hi!Success! I ended up adding 1.8 grams of sodium hydroxide. 0.9 grams didn’t dissolve it completely.
Now I have vanadium supplement for life for $40. I’ll be giving about 80% of the vanadium pentoxide and sodium hydroxide powder away to my local fellow reefers.
Hey mate how are u can you help me with DIY dose for