Mixture of Two Solutions Calculator
Adding Hydrogen Peroxide to Colloidal Silver or Distilled Water
This form calculates accurate mixtures of two solutions. It is intended mainly for adding hydrogen peroxide to either colloidal silver or distilled water at varying concentration strengths.
To calculate desired solution strength, enter the following: (1) for S1, enter the strength of the INITIAL Hydrogen Peroxide - often 35%. (2) Enter the Solution strength of your second solution. If you are using a distilled water or ionic silver base that does not contain any H2O2, enter ZERO. (3) Enter the amount of the end solution in ounces. This figure is usually your container size ie a four or 16 ounce container. (4) For S3, enter the desired ending strength, ie 3% for external use or about .0288% for internal ( 3 drops of 35% H2O2 in eight ounces of distilled water, where one drop = .0065788 ounces ).
Press the calculate button. The data that is populated on the next page will 1) verify your input data, and 2) provide the amount of distilled water/CS to use and the amount of H2O2 to use to achieve the desired end solution.
The solution amounts are displayed in ounces, drops, and CC's ( units ) for your convenience.
The form use is not limited to H2O2 / CS solutions. IV bags can be calculated, as well as combination acid solutions.
Try our second conversion form: H2O2 Dilution Calculator.
times since August 2009
Page Last Modified: 08/23/17 06:18