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Methoxide Mixer

Would a standard Plastic Gasoline tank be a sufficent and safe Methoxide mixer? Would it be able to handle the corrosive chemicals used or no? I dont really know where to get one of those carboy things, and gas cans a relatively cheap and ocme in a variety of different sizes.
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Would a standard Plastic Gasoline tank be a sufficent and safe Methoxide mixer? Would it be able to handle the corrosive chemicals used or no? I dont really know where to get one of those carboy things, and gas cans a relatively cheap and ocme in a variety of different sizes.
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thanks fabman, i figured they would i mean they store gasoline so why couldnt they store methoxide!
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