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|Possible Impurities in Iso-HEET|
Although this patent doesn't relate to Iso-HEET specifically the only mixture they mention contains isopropyl alcohol as the active ingredient so one can assume they are using these mixtures for Iso-HEET. Maybe they are just using one of these additives because the manufactures website says Iso-HEET contains an additive whereas they state HEET contains additives. Anyway, I thought it would be good to post this because a lot of Bees are probably using Fester's KOH/Iso procedure now and if Iso-HEET has all these additives I would steer clear of it. Close to 100% anhydrous IPA can be had at most electronic stores for a good price ($10 a gallon where DrugPhreak lives) because it is sold mainly for cleaning off PCB's since it has such a low electrical charge. Maybe some Bee can find out what chemicals the Dupont item numbers correspond to... DrugPhreak searched and searched and could not find out.
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|I wouldn't worry Bro...|
It's only 100 to 1000 parts per million man. That's pretty fucking negligible!! That's uh....1/1000 to 1/10,000 of a mililiter per mililiter of Iso!!
Nice find though on the article! You kats amaze me sometimes in what you all find information-wise!
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