In article <9311012241.AA27012 at sparc03.cc.ncsu.edu> alvin at unity.ncsu.edu writes:
> Be careful! Also, if you do get hot phenol on you,
>glycerol is supposed to be useful in washing it off. If you
>use water it will simply spread the phenol around (so I have
In our lab we keep bottles of PEG (Poly Ethylene Glycol)
handy for this.
Also note that Ethanol can kill if used to wash phenol off!!!
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