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Old 09-16-2019   #11
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Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
HC-110 does not oxidize. If it did, the bottles would be compressed over time due to the consumption of the oxygen inside the bottles. I have had many many HC-110 bottles radically change color over the span of years and none of them ever suffered bottle compression, nor the sound of a vacuum being released when the bottle is opened. All signs of oxidation missing.
So Ted, if it is not an oxidation reaction, what do you suppose is happening in your HC-110 between it being pale clear yellow and dark red? I’m serious.

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