Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 19:17:44 +0100
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From: "Halim A. Hasan" <HALI**At_Symbol_Here**LUNDBECK.COM>
Subject: Peroxide-forming Chemicals

From a chemists perspective (which I am not), is there a rule of thumb on how long a chemical that has the potential to form peroxides should be kep t once opened? Unopened? I will be reviewing regs for additional information, but I am looking for chemists (or others w ith experience) point of view. Thanks in advance.
Halim A. Hasan, CHMM
Environmental Health & Safety Officer
Radiation Safety Officer
Lundbeck Research USA
201.350.0119 Office
201.315.4842 Mobile
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