fmonson <@t> wcupa.edu
Tue Dec 30 14:50:19 CST 2003
To get information on chemicals such as "Carbonic dihydride" you should become familiar with some, if not all, of the chemical safety databases that exist online. One of the best resources is at NIST.
Use the CAS Number = 593-95-3
and this URL:
Then choose the NIST WebBook from the frame on the left.
BTW, the stuff is a corrosive byproduct of Halon 1211 (as well as other substances) when "1211" is used in fire fighting. I'd love to hear its use in histochemistry.
There are some things for which a large BIG BROTHER is most useful.
West Chester University
From: Molinari, Betsy [mailto:BMolinari <@t> heart.thi.tmc.edu]
Sent: Tue 12/30/2003 12:41 PM
To: histonet <@t> pathology.swmed.edu
Subject: [Histonet] COBr2
A researcher has given us a protocol he found from quite a while ago
and it calls for a chemical COBr2. The chemical name is carbonyl
bromide. We cannot find a supplier. Does anyone know about this
Betsy Molinari HT (ASCP)
Texas Heart Institute
Houston, TX 77225
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