[Histonet] acid clean glassware

Bartlett, Jeanine JQB7 <@t> CDC.GOV
Wed Jan 12 09:42:22 CST 2005

I have always used 20% nitric with excellent results.

Jeanine Bartlett, HT(ASCP)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Infectious Disease Pathology Activity
1600 Clifton Road, MS/G-32
Atlanta, GA 30333

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Subject: [Histonet] acid clean glassware

I have searched the archives  for info. on replacing potassium 
dichromate sulfuric acid glass cleaner. I  came up with a few 
suggestions namely, nitric acid or a  Clorox bleach wash.  I was 
wondering what your current opinions are of  these suggestions.  Do you 
still like them and do they work as well as suggested?  Is there a 
commercial cleaner that works just as well?

Sue Tyler
Cooperative Oxford Laboratory
Center for Coastal Environmental Health &
Biomolecular Research at Charleston ( CCHEBR) USDOC/NOAA/NOS/NCCOS 904
S. Morris St. Oxford, Maryland 21654-9724 410-226-5193 Fax: 410-
226-5925 Sue.Tyler <@t> noaa.gov

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