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Post by domesticextremist on Mar 27, 2012 22:40:41 GMT
I have two of both. The higher resistance ones are fine on a Riva at 3.7V, but a bit weak on an Ego at 3.3V. The lower res ones compensate for this nicely, so I would say go for the lower on an Ego (regulated battery) and higher on a Riva (unregulated).
Post by domesticextremist on Mar 27, 2012 21:43:27 GMT
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I misinterpreted what you wrote Dom and thought you meant the former.
Are you sure that freezer frost is distilled? I'll try some..It should taste bitter if it is distilled or de-ionized.
I didn't know about the taste thing. If you think about how it got there (from freezing out moisture in the air) then it is basically the same process as condensing steam from a boiling kettle - so yes, it is distilled. You can always make more by sticking your head in the freezer and breathing
But I doubt that freezing water removes the salts..
Actually it does (think polar ice caps and glaciers) - though you need to remember that the ice in your fridge comes from atmospheric moisture, which is salt free (basically it is a gentle way of making solid distilled water).
ETA I don't mean ice cubes made from tap water, I mean the stuff that builds up between defrosts.