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Lab after first cleaning 09 july2011

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Lab after first cleaning 09 july2011

  1. 1. WET LAB<br />The wet lab is divided in 4 main sections:<br />First section: Main entrance<br />Second section: common area equipment (balance, sonicators, microwave, etc) and materials <br />Third section: Furnaces area<br />Fourth area: Spinners area<br />Chemicals have been divided as follow: <br /><ul><li>Flammables, Oxidizers, Organic, Solvents, Corrosives, acids, bases, Extreme Toxics/Regulated Materials , inorganic (irritant), Low Hazard and polymer</li></ul>Some chemicals might change location after second screening<br />MSDS are available. Procedures will be available shortly as well as acronyms list of chemicals<br />
  2. 2. WET LAB<br />First section<br />Main Entrance <br />Lab coat hanger, gloves , trash<br />Dirty lab coat ‘bin’ <br />Emergency shower<br />
  3. 3. First section: Fume hood #1<br />Ethanol, IPA and DI water<br />
  4. 4. Second section: Fume hood #2 and organic material storage <br />Carbon powder materials<br />Corrosive (no liquids)<br />Organic materials (no liquids)<br />Acids: Acetic acid (in a separated small cabinet), Sulfuric acid, Phosphoric acid and HCL<br />Flammable<br />(no liquids)<br />
  5. 5. Second section<br />Solvents (except IPA, ethanol and DI water)<br />
  6. 6. Second section: chemicals (cabinets on top of the balance)<br />Low Hazard<br />All size nitrile gloves and wipes<br />Buffers<br />Protective Glass ware<br />Surfactants<br />Mildly irritant inorganics<br />
  7. 7. Second section: balance<br />Balance and others<br />Masks, filters and respirators<br />MSDS<br />Nitrile gloves<br />Spoon, spatulas, stirrers, etc<br />Note pads and sticky pads<br />Scissors, tapes<br />Weighing boats and paper (several kinds)<br />Aluminum dishes<br />tweezers<br />Others<br />marbles<br />Plastic micro tips and plastic graduated cups<br />
  8. 8. Second section: <br />Tubing<br />Connectors<br />Syringes<br />Others<br />Glass tubes and parafilm<br />
  9. 9. Second section: Cabinet and drawers with glass ware and some plastic containers<br />Cabinet full of flask (not for vacuum filtration<br />Cabinet full of beakers and others<br />Plastic bottles (several)<br />Squirt bottles<br />Glass petri dishes<br />Several connectors<br />Aprons, sleeves gloves and full cover masks for handling acids and bases<br />Round flask (different types)<br />Several glass pipettes<br />Several vials<br />
  10. 10. Third section: Furnaces area<br />Tools for everyone (like several kind of wrenches, etc)<br />Swagelok fittings<br />Furnace tubes<br />Others<br />Equipments<br />Gas regulators<br />
  11. 11. Fourth section:<br />Acids<br />
  12. 12. Fourth section:<br />Toxic materials<br />Bases<br />
  13. 13. Fourth section:<br />Several filtration flasks<br />Plastic petri dishes<br />Different sizes and <br />divisions<br />Pipettes for pippettors<br />
  14. 14. Fourth section: on top of spinners<br />Sharp containers<br />NON hazardous polymeric materials<br />

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