I get tired of figuring out what 38oz is, or 41 or what have you. I'm a very precise person, even though I know we aren't "making rocket fuel" here, I still want to be as accurate as I can with dosing.
So I figured I'd weigh it when it's not a standard measurement marked on my Pyrex vessel.
I know that bleach weighs more than water, as it is more dense due to the chlorine molecules. Not sure on the NaOH/Lye, I would imagine so.
Through my research, I have found that a 6% solution of sodium hypochlorite weighs 1.08g/ml.
Assuming this is correct, is it ChemGeek or someone else?
I have performed the following math /w the help of Google Calc. I'm not a math expert, but I can hack it, so if any of this is expressed incorrectly in it's written form, I do apologize. Please feel free though, to correct any formatting errors, but still, I have to be able to understand it when I read it. I don't want an equation that takes up part of a plexi marker / chalk board.
Any help would be awesome, thx.Code:1ml of 6% Sodium Hypochlorite solution = 1.08grams 29.5735296ml = 1oz. Xnum. Ml x 1.08g = 31.939411968g 1oz. CL in Vol by weight = 1.12663/oz To determine weight per vol oz. of bleach to be measured: -Multiply number of oz. in volume by 1.12663