[Histonet] help (UNCLASSIFIED)
Maxim_71 <@t> mail.ru
Tue Mar 23 14:08:42 CDT 2010
Not, I wrote chemical relations between these reagents.
Sorry, but I am not recommended it for your skin.
Really, nothing necessary to do.
After some days old keratin will fall off and
you will not see any traces of silver nitrate.
You wrote at 23 March 2010, 21:33:43:
> Are you trying to kill me?
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> Subject: RE: [Histonet] help (UNCLASSIFIED)
> Chemically, silver nitrate deposites can be
> reduced onto the slides by 0.5% potassium ferricyanide.
> I am not sure that it may work onto living skin.
> Maxim Peshkov,
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