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[Bait oxygen tablets] any help would be appreciated
« on: February 21, 2007, 05:12:09 PM »
I am trying to make my own (bait oxygen tablets), used for fishing to keep your live bait minnows alive, to sell at my dad's bait and tackle shop.  I have found that it is possibly a chemical composition of (strontium peroxide, calcium sulfate, calcium monophophate, and manganese dioxide), and that they all come in the form of powder.  So, what I am wondering is?  (1) Does all of the following sound correct   (2) If so , what would possibly be the ratio percentage of each   (3)  Or where might I find any helpful information. The objective is for the tablet to create air bubbles  when dropped in water.   Thanks, I will be checking back to see if  anybody can please help me.
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Re: [Bait oxygen tablets] any help would be appreciated
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2007, 04:49:32 AM »
Strontium peroxide
Calcium sulfate
Calcium monophosphate
Manganese dioxide

I googled the above and got a patent list which has a discussion about the oxygen production capabilities, but I could not find the exact combination that you have in the patents.

Strontium peroxide = SrO2
Calcium sulfate = CaSO4
Calcium monophosphate = CaH4P2O8.H2O
Manganese dioxide = MnO2

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