Use of Volatile Chemicals in a Recirculated BSC

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Use of Volatile Chemicals in a Recirculated BSC:How Much Is Safe?

Volatile chemicals, while typically used in a fume hood, may sometimes be used in conjunction with biological experiments which often require the use of a biosafety cabinet (BSC).

Join Linda and her team as they discover how to manage their volatile chemicals in a Class II Type A2 BSC, brought to you by Baker.

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