From: "Moos, Brandon" <BMoos**At_Symbol_Here**SJM.COM>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Ideal temperature for Chemical storage room
Date: May 25, 2012 12:41:27 PM EDT
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20-25C is a good range.  I believe the USP also says that if a chemical storage room is above 30-35C for more than 24 hours the stability of all chemicals should be re-evaluated.  I once had to scrap about 100 bottles of assorted chemicals because of a problem with our AC in mid July. 


I think to be safe the room should be kept as close to 20C as possible.  Another range I have heard cited, which I think applies to clean-room environments, is 18-22C.


Brandon Moos


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Can anyone give me an "ideal temperature" for a chemical storage room


Linda M Stroud


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