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Suitable test tubes for use with 48% HF
[rquote=272261&tid=23087&author=bfesser]
Out of personal curiosity, and possible benefit to ...
21-1-2013 at 14:15
by: Darkblade48
Suitable test tubes for use with 48% HF
[rquote=272223&tid=23087&author=Random]Be sure to stock up on some calcium gluconate before ...
20-1-2013 at 15:43
by: Darkblade48
Ferrofluid Project
Very nice; perhaps you could do a write up of your process?

Are you using standard NdFeB magnets?
20-1-2013 at 15:40
by: Darkblade48
Too powerful vacuum pump..
And here I am paying $30.50 for an 18 pack of Budweiser....
13-1-2013 at 18:11
by: Darkblade48
Few things to sell
Looking forward to your new list/stocks.

I'm in Canada as well, so shipping shouldn't be a proble ...
11-1-2013 at 14:01
by: Darkblade48
Science equipment looking for a home
Hmm, I'll take a look through the list again; there were definitely some items that I was interested ...
10-1-2013 at 21:16
by: Darkblade48
Biochem Major?
[rquote=271064&tid=22973&author=Nasir]
1. How much math does a biochem major need to know? ...
8-1-2013 at 21:26
by: Darkblade48
Selling some glassware
Interested, but yes, the shipping to overseas is a bit much for my taste :(
8-1-2013 at 21:17
by: Darkblade48
Science equipment looking for a home
I am curious as to shipping to Canada. What options are available?
8-1-2013 at 20:54
by: Darkblade48
practice helps a lot
I'm not as meticulous as chemrox as I don't start "my experiments start off with a table of the phys ...
24-11-2008 at 23:09
by: Darkblade48
is there a word for this?
I agree with Ozone, even outside of immunoassays, and colourometric testing, I'd use the term "cross ...
2-4-2008 at 04:26
by: Darkblade48
more advice
....Horrible way to start off your time here in the ScienceMadness forums, I think.

I envision a ...
9-3-2008 at 21:55
by: Darkblade48
What's your job?
Student as well, microbiology specialist.
20-2-2008 at 23:41
by: Darkblade48
help with research on drug metabolism
You should be able to do some of the research yourself, i.e. look for abstracts that you want first, ...
14-12-2007 at 13:35
by: Darkblade48
Mad Science with Titanium Dioxide
Hi jokull,

I hope this helps
5-12-2007 at 09:31
by: Darkblade48
Chemical Name
Some of the ones that you could not find...these were the first hits on Google

http://www.jtbaker ...
3-12-2007 at 07:10
by: Darkblade48
adobe reader annoyance
I'm not sure if this is the same in Acrobat Reader (I have Acrobat Pro), but...

Go to Edit > P ...
11-11-2007 at 14:37
by: Darkblade48
Ok, someone explain this one to me....
Interesting, that I'm learning about the very topic in my functional genomics class :P

It all sta ...
7-10-2007 at 10:38
by: Darkblade48
25 years later 25000 times more value for the money
Interesting thing is my dad still has a few 10 inch floppies kicking around somewhere. He even has h ...
24-9-2007 at 06:24
by: Darkblade48
25 years later 25000 times more value for the money
[quote][i]Originally posted by The_Davster[/i]
I have on occasion hooked up a 4 1/4 inch floppy dri ...
23-9-2007 at 16:11
by: Darkblade48
Ask for a ProQuest Dissertation!-HELP!!!!!
I believe this should really be in the references section.

As a favor, I checked with my institut ...
14-9-2007 at 22:38
by: Darkblade48
Genetic engineering and fast plants
Electroporation is easy provided you have the correct equipment to perform it with :)

Conversely, ...
7-9-2007 at 03:24
by: Darkblade48
Genetic engineering and fast plants
Electroporation is an efficient method of transformation, but will be expensive, since you need to p ...
6-9-2007 at 20:06
by: Darkblade48
Genetic engineering and fast plants
Assuming you have a strain of bacteria that has the Ti plasmid (recipient) and another strain that h ...
5-9-2007 at 23:58
by: Darkblade48
Genetic engineering and fast plants
Your project is feasible, provided that you find the correct strain (as XxDaTxX mentionned, asking a ...
4-9-2007 at 23:55
by: Darkblade48
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