Picric Acid[trinitro-phenol] - Safety
|From:||"Monson, Frederick C." |
Mike, Please read the last first.
Nina, Please read them ALL!
>From the Greek, picros (bitter). 2,4,6-Trinitro phenol!!![why not 1,3,5???]
(UC Davis SafetyNet)
(Resource - explosive picrates - conversion and reuse (a Word file that is
either opened in word or downloaded to default directory or
desktop).[ORGANIC chemistry!!! (i.e., dirty words such as "nucleophilic")]
Allergenic Rx and Hypersensitivity.
Anatech's Hazardous Chems in the Histo Lab Book
http://my.net-link.net/~anatech/www/anatech/ [only one written FOR the
histolab that I know of - waiting for others to be mentioned.] Under $100,
too. I will have to get the book to see if it's any good.\ but picric acid
NIOSH Chemical safety Card
Explosive risk of Picric Acid and Heavy Metal Picrates
Canadian Transport Service on Picric acid and Picrates - Wonderful! Candid,
direct and understandable!
No More ---- PLEASE!!!!!!
Frederick C. Monson, PhD
Center for Advanced Scientific Imaging
West Chester University
West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA, 19383
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