Glacial Acetic Acid

lmullen at eye1.eye.ufl.edu lmullen at eye1.eye.ufl.edu
Thu Jun 9 13:14:27 EST 1994



 I once used a large amount of glacial acetic acid in a very white large 
tupperware container (for sequencing gels), and noticed a slightly blueish 
tinge. This was the same color that many people notice in glaciers, and in 
very deep snow, I think due to refraction of light.

Lynne

			 
Lynne Mullen
Department of Ophthalmology
University of Florida
1600 SW Archer Road
JHMHC 100284
Gainesville, FL 32610



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