platinum wires

Paul N Hengen pnh at fcs260c2.ncifcrf.gov
Thu May 18 12:03:28 EST 1995


In article <3palu7$hdg at bubba.NMSU.Edu> dkim at nmsu.edu (Daniel Kim) writes:

| A couple of months ago, there was a post which said that carbon rods (i.e.
| pencil leads) can be used as electrodes with good success.  I tried it with
| graphite leads for drafting mechanical pencils.  It did work.

If anyone is interested in a review of this topic, it was covered in the
May 1995 issue of TIBS:

@article{Hengen1995Maytibs,
author = "P. N. Hengen",
title = "Methods and reagents - Agarose gel electrophoresis in your kitchen",
journal = "Trends in Biochemical Sciences",
volume = "20",
number = "5",
pages = "202-203",
month = "may",
year = "1995"}

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