Reading this with interest RE: [Histonet] normal and molar solutions
Thanks to Gary for handy website. Hrapchak and Sheehans histotechnics
books and plus other histobooks tell you how to calculate these solutions
and often have charts telling normality and molarity for common chemicals.
If this helps, use it!
My physical chemist husband suggested that anytime I write up a protocol or
publication requiring normal solutions, that I convert these to molar
solutions. This is what he does, and it is so much simpler for everyone!
Ahh the joys of basic chemistry!
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