Water as Buffer? was "Oligo stability..."

Richard P. Grant see_sig at cmtech.co.delete.uk
Mon Aug 17 02:35:43 EST 1998


In article <7opiGDf98QgB-pn2-pzzR3JwKPncJ at rnaworld.bio.ukans.edu>,
PGegen at UKans.edu wrote:

: To speak somewhat facetiously (?), if your 
: purified water is not acidic, you don't have any CO2 in your air--is
: anyone breathing? 

Somewhere I wrote something about a (hypothetical, obviously) CO2-free
atmosphere.  

Anyway, I blame the air-conditioning . . .

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