RE: Liquid Nitrogen Freeze artifact
If you dust the biopsy with talc (I used baby powder) I believe it will
solve this problem.
From: Featherstone, Annette [mailto:AFeatherstone@KaleidaHealth.Org]
Sent: Friday, July 18, 2003 1:09 PM
Subject: RE: Liquid Nitrogen Freeze artifact
From: Featherstone, Annette
Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2003 09:43
Subject: Liquid Nitrogen Freeze artifact
Recently someone has been freezing muscles wrapped in foil in liquid
nitrogen. The tissue presents itself as totally unfrozen upon unwrapping the
foil. I say that it is trapping CO2 around the tissue and preventing it from
freezing, kind of like a vapor lock. Am I right or even close?
From: Jose Luis Palazon Fernandez [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 09:27
Subject: Tungsten carbide knife sharpener
Does any of you know how much does it cost a Tungsten carbide knife
sharpener? I found a price here in Spain but I think it is excesive
expensive (nearly 15,000 US $) . Would like to know prizes in other places
thanks in advance for your help
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