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Hi Kathryn. I think you work this out as follows. I will assume the percentage is weight of solute/weight of solution. Start with your desired volume of solution. If you need 500mL of each, for example, each solution will weigh 500g. Then multiply the weight of the solution by the percentage require...
Hi Beaker. This is normal. When I sterilise agar plates in the pressure cooker, I don't use a bag and the plates turn into a sodden, twisted mass of plastic and melted agar, and I've never experienced issues with getting gunk through the cooker valves. (Love your name, by the way. I used to watch th...
- 02 Jul 2020, 12:04
- Forum: Sourcing Materials & Eq Repairs
- Topic: Plastic trays
- Replies: 9
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Link to some photography trays (Australian company too) https://www.photoresource.com.au/DARKRO ... s/2210.htm
- 23 Jun 2020, 12:12
- Forum: Biology, Physics...
- Topic: Safe disposal of Pasteur's experiment flasks
- Replies: 2
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Any ideas on how to make it safe for me to open the flasks after this experiment? Previously I've thoughtlessly opened the flasks without doing anything to kill the microbes. The flasks are too big to fit in the pressure cooker and i guess i'll just put them in a water bath and boil them, unless any...
I found the decanoic acid on the Chem Supply site https://www.chemtalk.com.au/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=451/decanoic- ... -167271000
I was doing a bit of research on Congo red because I'm updating a few labels. Found this - "However, the use of Congo red has long been abandoned, primarily because of its carcinogenic properties. Wikipedia". And this - "Congo Red is an azo dye, it is toxic to many organisms and is a suspected carci...