- (singsong)This is the task that never ends...yes it goes on and on my friend!
- Anyways, a really useful site that I used yesterday (and it took me like 10mins to try to re-find) is http://ecb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/esis/
- It allows you to find CAS and EC number by entering the EC, CAS, chem name or chem formula into the search field!
- Steve Koch 02:36, 30 July 2009 (EDT): That does look like a great site. I looked up "methanol" and discovered that it has a really lame structure when you don't include the carbons or hydrogens:
- Also have to open up kits and things that have parts that need individual msds' and whatnot
- Teaching Andy and Larry how to use the Autoclave
- While cleaning some glasswear, I dropped a glass stopper into the sink. It looked like it got caught in the trap, hopefully its still there when i come back for it tomorrow
- Brigette was wondering how the stir function of the nanodrop worked
- I emailed tech support and they told us that we would need to buy little stir rods for it
- STIR BAR,FLEA MICRO, 8X1.5MM 14-513-64
- STIR BAR,FLEA MICRO, 7X2MM 14-513-63 5
- MICRO,STIRBAR BLUE 8X1.5MM EA 14-512-150
- MICRO STIRBAR BLUE 7X2MM EA 14-512-154
- MICRO RED STIR BAR 7X2, 12/PK 14-511-88
- MICRO YLW STIR BAR 8X1.5,12/PK 14-511-80
- Steve Koch 02:38, 30 July 2009 (EDT): This will be very useful. If you can find the same sizes, probably easier to buy through CRLS. As I just mentioned to Brigette in an email, we should probably get a bunch of other stir bars of all sizes because they have a way of disappearing.