Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 12:21:34 -0600
Reply-To: Helen <teamplayer**At_Symbol_Here**PCISYS.NET>
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From: Helen <teamplayer**At_Symbol_Here**PCISYS.NET>
Subject: Re: Latex Glove degeneration
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So...after reading the great link below (thank you), did the chemical
community come up with another NMR standard than dimethylmercury?  Also,
if other gloves had been used (we know latex does NOT protect as well as
others) would the outcome have been different or would this substance go
through other glove materials as well (e.g. nitrile)?


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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Latex Glove degeneration

Try this link

Chilling in its completeness.

At 08:30 AM 7/29/2004 -0400, Hadden, Susan [PRDUS] wrote:
>Many interesting references to Dr Wetterhahn's death. Where can I find
>confirmed facts of the case so that I, too, can use it as a training

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