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Old 05-14-2007, 05:45 AM
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Default How to clean DEPC contamination



Hello,

I need help, non autoclaved DEPC water spilled on our lab banch.
How can I clean it and be sure the DEPC is not armful anymore?

Thank you,
Ayelet
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Default Re: How to clean DEPC contamination

Treating it with 0.2M HCl should do it.
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