From: Edward Movitz <movitz**At_Symbol_Here**OLEMISS.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Storage of Organic Chemistry Glassware Kits
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2016 17:49:51 +0000
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We are working on designing a new STEM building where all undergraduate labs will be held in the future. The enrollment limiting factors for Organic labs is, as most of you know, is having a separate, lockable, storage space for every student's glassware kit. 

There is only so much available space in a lab for individual cabinets or drawers. 

Has anyone developed a procedure, a plan, or a way to safely and conveniently store 25, 50 or even a hundred glassware kits at the end of each laboratory. Are there any movable lockers, lockable glassware kits, or any suggestions out there ?


Edward M. Movitz

Research & Environmental Compliance Officer / FSO

The University of Mississippi 

Laboratory Services

100 Health and Safety Building

P.O. Box 1848

University, MS 38677-1848


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