Some chemicals have a short life expectancy. Others will remain good for a long time. Solvents that form peroxides are one example of substances requiring periodic testing. Ethers, vinyl compounds, alcohols, ketones, and aldehydes are some of the peroxide formers. Your chemical inventory system should provide reminder dates.
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5 Facts about Clean rooms from Lab Manager Magazine
• While more than 30 different industry segments utilize cleanrooms, 70 percent of U.S. cleanroom floor space is in the semiconductor and other electronic components, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology industries. • Development of the modern cleanroom began during the Second World War to improve the quality and reliability of instrumentation used in manufacturing guns, tanks and […]
A Brief History of Cleanrooms
Louis Pasteur, a French chemist and one of the most influential figures in early medical microbiology, created the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax. He discovered the significance of the relationship between the world’s smallest particles, known as micro-organisms, and effects they had on people, food, and diseases. In 1854 Pasteur became professor of chemistry […]