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What are the advantages/disadvantages of working with D5 versus 
working with an isopropyl alcohol drip like Marie O'Connell did?

Jeff


At 10:42 AM 10/9/2012, you wrote:
>After much research I found a reasonable source for D5 here in 
>Canada and they will ship to the U.S.A.
>You may find the info at the top of my blog page at the moment. 
>www.richardhess.com/notes
>or go directly there
>http://richardhess.com/notes/2012/10/09/source-for-d5-decamethylcyclopentasiloxane/
>
>I know I have been discussing this off-list with a few of you.
>
>There is also another blog post a couple of articles down about it 
>working very well with Sony PR-150 on a Sony APR-5003 recorder with 
>a simplified applicator using an envelope moistener found at many 
>major stationary suppliers.
>http://richardhess.com/notes/2012/10/01/playing-a-squealing-reel-of-sony-pr-150-tape-using-d5/
>
>And, for something completely different, I have updated my article 
>about my personal image scanning work, celebrating the completion of 
>the bulk of it.
>http://richardhess.com/notes/2011/11/05/personal-image-scanning-project/
>
>but all three of these are currently the top three articles on the 
>blog (on my blog they sort by last-edited date so updated articles 
>are recycled on the main page).
>
>Cheers,
>
>Richard
>
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