Re: FW: M.S.D.S

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EM Science and BDH is the only company in the U.S. associated with Merck KGaA
from Europe.

In the U.S. and Canada,  an MSDS is quite different from the European MSDS and
would not be applicable here or in Canada.  If you try to get a CD, most likely
Merck will refer you to us.  They do not send direct into the U.S. unless it is
through EM Science or BDH.

EM Science and BDH do not have CD's but we do have an excellent website do
retrieve MSDS's from.  Please feel free to visit.

Rande Kline, HT (ASCP)
Technical Services
EM Science/BDH

"BrosnanWatters, Gayle" <> on 02/10/2000 04:04:37 PM

To:   'histonet' <>
cc:    (bcc: Rande Kline/EMI/Merck)
Subject:  FW: M.S.D.S

Mike, I am very interested - is there someone special one should contact to
ask for it, or do I just call Merck and ask for a free CD?  (Somehow I doubt
that would work!)

Gayle Brosnan-Watters, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Psychology Department
Vanguard University of Southern California
55 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA  92626
Phone 714-556-3610 Ext. 454
Fax 714-966-6316

> ----------
> From:   Mike Kirby
> Sent:   Wednesday, February 9, 2000 11:06 PM
> To:     Histonet
> Subject:     M.S.D.S
> Hi Histonetters
> If it is of any interest, the Chemical Company, Merck, were dishing out
> copies of their CD (99,1 version) "The Merck Chemical Database" called
> "ChemDat", which is loaded with M.S.D.S's.
> Mike.Kirby
> Chief Safety Officer
> S.A.I.M.R
> Johannesburg
> South Africa

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