From: davivid <davivid**At_Symbol_Here**WELL.COM>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Chemical Inventory
Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2016 15:31:06 -0700
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Regardless of shelf life, a practical consideration is whether or not a
researcher would use the old chemical if fresh was available.

Dave Lane

On 29/7/16 1:46 PM, Hannah Corcoran wrote:
> Our research lab is currently updating the chemical inventory. Other than bottles/containers that are broken/cracked, I'd appreciate any advice on discerning which chemicals can be purged or disposed of. Many of the chemicals are dated over 20 years ago, but I know of at least a few that have an indefinite shelf life.
> Any guidance in this area is quite welcome.
> Thank you,
> Hannah Corcoran

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