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Has LST Heavy Liquid been known to react with any minerals being tested?

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Has LST Heavy Liquid been known to react with any minerals being tested?

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LST heavy liquid has a pH around 4, so it is mildly acidic. We haven’t had any feedback of LST heavy liquid reacting with minerals, although reactive alkaline minerals such as limestone may be able to react very slowly. We have only detected such reactions after many hours or days of contact with a sample. The other type of minerals which may react are reducing minerals such as sulfides.

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LST Heavy Liquid has a pH around 4, so it is mildly acidic. We have had little experience of LST Heavy Liquid reacting with minerals, although reactive alkaline minerals such as limestone may be able to react very slowly. We have only detected such reactions after many hours or days of contact with a sample. The other type of minerals which may react are reducing minerals such as sulfides.

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