FW: Xylene Subsitutes
|From:||"Wrona, Erin" <WronaE@pamf.org>|
Sorry, I didn't realize that I was asking anyone to research it for me! :)
I just wanted to know if anyone is using this brand it and if so what he/she
thinks about it. It is an aliphatic hydrocarbon, not a limonene like
From: RSRICHMOND@aol.com [mailto:RSRICHMOND@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2001 6:49 AM
Subject: Re: Xylene Subsitutes
Hi Erin Wrona!
>>Has anyone used SurgiPath's Sub-X xylene substitute? We use Americlear
but it is really expensive. The Sub-X is far cheaper, and we are thinking
When you ask a question and use a trade name, you make the rest of us - who
probably know the chemical but not the trade name - either try to find the
information on a Web site, or ignore the question. Please do your homework -
what is Sub-X? Is it an aliphatic hydrocarbon - what can you find out about
it? - and state the question to Histonet again. You're much more likely to
get replies from the people on this list who really know, like John Kiernan
and Dick Dapson and Gayle Callis.
Americlear is a limonene - a turpentine-like material steam distilled from
citrus peels. Is Sub-X another limonene?
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