Chemical storage: I am after some information regarding safe storage of chemicals in schools. We have one small prep room with all of the chemical cabinets in said prep room.
Use of lead in ACT schools: From reading answers to another question, it's my understanding that lead is banned in some Australian jurisdictions, and approved or restricted in others.
Chemical Register / SDS: Re: Personal Care products (shampoos, cosmetics, etc.) and foodstuffs stored in the Science department at my school for use in experiments.
Glutaric acid: I have found some old glutaric acid in my chemical store and would like to know if it is an approved chemical for use in schools.
Microbiology: 2016 draft of the new senior syllabus: In reference to the QLD Biology 2016 Draft Senior Syllabus: The Unit 2, Topic 2.2 Infectious Disease, (MANDATORY practical: Investigate the eff
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HCl + NH4OH Reaction: Hi, could you please advise me about a demo of HCl and NH4OH fumes mixing?
Cheek Cells: Are students able to do the cheek cell practical using their own cheek cells?
Bromine Water: I have been asked to make up bromine water for testing its reaction with hydrocarbons. I know that this is very toxic and requires an S7 Poisons Permit.
Chem register: Hi. Do you have a register that I can download that lists chemicals for schools please? One that is updated with the GHS.
Use of chemicals: lead (II) nitrate and phenolphthalein. According to a Risk Assessment, lead (II) nitrate and phenolphthalein are hazardous to fertility and unborn children.