Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2009 08:49:16 -0600
Reply-To: Suzanne Hamm <suzanne**At_Symbol_Here**POLYMERSOLUTIONS.COM>
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From: Suzanne Hamm <suzanne**At_Symbol_Here**POLYMERSOLUTIONS.COM>
Subject: 2-Methylpropene and Chloromethane
In-Reply-To: <8F317D58-9046-4750-AAB9-F88CD8F618BD**At_Symbol_Here**>

Anyone have experience with lecture bottles of 2-Methylpropene and Chlorome
thane. I know these are both highly flammable. Any other information on saf
e usage and storage would be helpful.

Thank you,

Suzanne Hamm

Safety Manager

Polymer Solutions Incorporated

2903C Commerce Street

Blacksburg, Virginia 24060

(540) 961-4300 x (201), phone

(540) 961-5778, fax , web-site


Polymer Solutions Incorporated is ISO/IEC 17025 accredited, FDA Registered,
 and DEA Licensed.



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