That makes sense. And I forgot that a few common solid mixtures like sodium hydroxide are tested, But as I remember, the way the test is set up, the mixture has to be in a liquid for to have contact with the membrane. Previous post | Top of Page | Next post
In a message dated 12/1/2011 7:16:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, helston@FGI.NET writes:
Not a flaw at all, Monona. It is simply a statement of economic fact: All gloves cannot be tested against all chemicals or all possible solvent/solute permutations unless one has an infinite amount of time, talentand treasure to do such testing.
If a user is all that curious, they can, of course, submit a glove sample and challenge agent to an ASTM testing facility and pay for the test themselves.
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