Alternatives to Formalin/Formaldehyde?

(Dave Johnston) daj at mailserver.nhm.ac.uk
Mon Mar 27 02:21:22 EST 1995


On Sun, 26 Mar 1995 03:30:07 GMT,
  Mark Thorson writes:

>What's the difference between formalin and formaldehyde?  I've read
>that formalin is commonly used for chemical sterilization of food
>processing equipment.

Formalin is a saturated solution of formaldehyde in water (40%-ish)
DAJ

David A. Johnston
Research Fellow,
Dept of Zoology, The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road,
South Kensington, London SW7 5BD. England
(tel 071 9389297, fax 071 9388754, email daj at nhm.ac.uk)



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