Hello, thanks for your help with this question. It pertains to this specific Water Purification Solution (WPS) kit (see attached image, solution A and solution B bottles). Solution A is WPS 28% sodium chlorite 4.5 fl oz (133ml). Solution B is Hydrochloric acid 4.5 fl oz (133ml). The instructions suggest mixing the two solutions at a 1:1 ratio of drops. The question is, if mixed as instructed per the label, with a ratio of 1:1, and if 3 drops of each solution were put in a ml of water, 1). how many milligrams of chlorine dioxide would that 1 ml of solution contain AND, 1b). how many milligrams of chlorite would that 1 ml of solution contain? I am specifically looking for how many mg/ml (milligrams per milliliter). Please also include and post how you arrived at your answer in lay terms/formulas. As we must verify your answer. Thank you for helping us with this VERY important mission. NOTE: please only refer to the attached images, as the bottles on the website are contain different amount of ounces/mls then the once we have shown in the attached images. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!
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