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laboratory handbooks

Discussion in 'Science' started by FleurR, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. FleurR

    FleurR New commenter

    Hi

    Can anyone out there suggest some good, simple books for a new lab tech, or someone who is unfamiliar with the basics? I need something with making up solutions, safety etc. Cheers
     
  2. FleurR

    FleurR New commenter

    Hi

    Can anyone out there suggest some good, simple books for a new lab tech, or someone who is unfamiliar with the basics? I need something with making up solutions, safety etc. Cheers
     
  3. MarkS

    MarkS New commenter

    Hi there!
    I would suggest the CLEAPPS documentation. My school has recently received the latest CD-ROM containing hazcards etc. They produce a document called 'The CLEAPPS Recipe Book' (I think) which contains instructions for everything from the most basic (simple dilutions) up to chemistry I won't pretend to understand (I'm a physicist!)
    Your senior technician (assuming thats not you) should be able to show you where to find it all.
    Good luck in your new job!
    Mark
     

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