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Increase in Rattlesnake Bites

September 16th, 2020|Comments Off on Increase in Rattlesnake Bites

"Uptick in Rattlesnake Bites" The National Park Service has noted an increase in rattlesnake bites in the Yosemite Park region, and asks the public to do the following if snakes are encountered: Keep [...]

Incompatible Chemicals

January 3rd, 2017|Comments Off on Incompatible Chemicals

The following is a quick reference of incompatibilities for many chemicals commonly encountered in the laboratory. It is not a comprehensive list of all possible combinations and chemicals. For details on any chemical, check the [...]

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