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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.

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Publication Date: 09 September 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 08 September 2016
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Chemical Register / SDS: Re: Personal Care products (shampoos, cosmetics, etc.) and foodstuffs stored in the Science department at my school for use in experiments.

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Publication Date: 06 September 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 02 September 2016
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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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Publication Date: 31 August 2016
Australian Curriculum:
  • Year Senior Secondary > Science Understanding > Biological Sciences
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HCl + NH4OH Reaction: Hi, could you please advise me about a demo of HCl and NH4OH fumes mixing?

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Publication Date: 26 August 2016
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Cheek Cells: Are students able to do the cheek cell practical using their own cheek cells?

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Publication Date: 26 May 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 19 May 2016
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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.

 

 

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Publication Date: 09 May 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 05 May 2016
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