As always, your participation is immensely appreciated.
Shortly after I posted my previous comment(question) I cam across the following information from the Gen. II Forums.
Drop sizes: According to Hesselink, drop sizes vary from 15 per ml to 30 per ml. Therefore, weight of drops of water will vary between 66.666 mg and 33.333 mg per drop.
Drop weight(28% NaClO2 [crystaline 80% NaClO2]) or approx. 81.333 mg to 40.666 mg per drop (weight of water x 1.22)
Actual NaClO2 per drop (wt. of drop x 22.4%) approx. 18.22 mg to 9.11 mg
Mass of ClO2 = 66.958681951 g mol-1 - molar mass = 67.45 g mol-1
(Molar) mass of NaClO2 = 90.44 g/mol
Atomic weight of Na = 22.98976928
Atomic weight of O = 15.9994
Atomic weight of Cl = 35.453
2 oxygen + 1 Cl = 67.4518
67.4518 + 22.98976928 = 90.44156928
67.4518 / 90.44156928 = 0.745805281100049 (74.58% of actual NaClO2 by wt.)
Max. potential ClO2 per drop (wt. NaClO2 x .7458) approx. 13.588 mg to 6.794 mg
So, for example; 1 (max. size) drop of MMS in 120 ml of water would be approx. 13.5 divided by 120,000 or 0.0001125 or 112.5 ppm in the glass. Taken by an "average human" with 5 liters of blood, that would by 13.5 mg divided by 5,000,000 or 0.0000027 or 2.7 ppm ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM under perfect conditions.
You can multiply the 2.7 ppm by whatever dose you want: 6 drops would come out to 16.2 ppm of Chlorine Dioxide in an "average person" - and this will always be an IMPOSSIBLE ideal maximum, as the ClO2 won't all be activated, will off-gas, will be imperfectly absorbed, and will start to react with weak molecules as soon as it enters the digestive tract. And, this would be only be accurate for the largest drop sizes possible, according to Hesselink.
Wow those numbers are weird indeed. Perhaps I missed something else along the way with regards to the context. But as far as I could see, the information was presented as such.
Anyways, I find the math behind MMS to be most intriguing and yet, at the same time, fleeting given the numerous variables surrounding treatment. ie. Counting MMS drops seems logical enough, but are we actually measuring the Chlorine Dioxide? And how do those figures compare with the research data conducted on humans by the dept. of pharmacology?
Also, I too would like to know how we could establish what amounts are sufficient to kill pathogens etc.
And in July, I will be trying two new intake methods(sample sizes) to assess whether or not I can reduce my exposure to MMS while maintaining its effectiveness. Which I am quite anxious to try out because I really don't like the idea of taking MMS three times per day.
Also, if you have any ideas or suggestions that you'd like to throw in the pot with regards to testing, feel free to ask. So long as it doesn't require donating my limbs and organs to science, I'm all for trying to help others learn more about the product.