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  • RNase & DNase Free Water A new process of purifying large quantity of DNase and RNase free water enables us to offer Molecular Grade Water at a price that any laboratory can afford. 

  • No toxic agents such as DEPC are used in making the Molecular Grade Water; therefore, there is no chance of DEPC interfering with enzymatic reactions. 

  • The Molecular Grade Water is suitable for use in molecular biology applications which demand a high quality of water and assurance that the water is free from DNase and RNase contamination. 

  • Molecular Grade Water can be used for making reagents and rinsing glass/plastic wares for DNA and RNA research. 

  • Each lot is quality tested for the absence of RNase and DNase contamination. Test reports are attached with each container as an added assurance.
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  • Powder turns red when it comes in contact with acid 
  • Amphomag® turns blue on contact with a base
  • Safely neutralized chemical spills turn green/yellow 

Amphomag® efficiently handles all your spill control needs due to its unique ability to neutralize acids and bases. Amphomag® contains an innovative multi-range pH indicator that further simplifies spill response. When applied to the spill, Amphomagâs® color turns to red for acids and blue for bases. As Amphomag® neutralizes the spill, the color gradually changes to yellow or green. Free liquids in the released materials can easily be controlled and the neutralized material can typically be landfilled. For instance, sulfuric acid is safely rendered to harmless Epson Salt after neutralization.

Some common spill clean up instructions:

How to Clean-Up a Formaldehyde Spill

Formaldehyde is a common chemical used in a variety of products. It can cause respiratory irritation if inhaled, such as coughing, wheezing, and chest pains, and can affect people with asthma, allergies, or other breathing issues more acutely. If formaldehyde comes in contact with the skin, it can cause irritations like dermatitis or even burns. People with frequent exposure to formaldehyde, like some lab techs, become more sensitive to these negative effects. 

If you encounter a formaldehyde spill, first check to see if any has gotten onto you or anyone else around you. Thoroughly wash any formaldehyde off skin with soapy water. Then proceed to clean up the spill using the following directions.

Step 1: Supplies

  • Mask
  • Goggles
  • Gloves
  • Broom
  • Plastic Dustpan
  • Amphomag®
While you may be able to clean the spill without protection if none is available, it again may be better to call in a team to avoid exposure depending on your level of training.

Step 2: Clean Up

  1. Ventilate the area by opening any windows and doors or using a fan.
  1. Put on protective clothing and gear if available before getting near to the spill.
  1. Pour an ample amount of Amphomag® onto the formaldehyde.

Continue to slowly add Amphomag® until it completely absorbs the spill, reducing the harmful vapors and smell in the area.

Step 3: Disposal

The formaldehyde spill is now ready to be disposed of in accordance to your local and state regulations. Use a broom and plastic dust pan to sweep up the Amphomag® and dispose.

How to Clean Up a Hydrochloric Acid Spill

Use extreme care in handling this extremely corrosive, poisonous acid, which can cause severe damage to all body tissues. If a small amount of the acid is spilled, it should immediately be contained and neutralized to prevent harm to anyone or damage to whatever it was spilled on.

When using hydrochloric acid, always wear protective clothing and gear, such as eye goggles and gloves.

Your Chemical Spill Response

Amphomag® is ideal to have in your safety and spill response supplies to neutralize small amounts of chemical spills like hydrochloric acid.
  • Use quickly and safely to treat spills
  • No dangerous side effects
  • No dangerous gas, heating, or splashing

Amphomag® Beats the Competition

Compared to other spill clean-up products, Amphomag® is a one-stop hazardous spill neutralizer. Some spill absorbents, such as OIL-DRI, cannot absorb hydrochloric acid. Amphomag® can, with its unique pH indicator to identify and neutralize most hazardous spills.  
Most chemical spill response steps for laboratories need at least 5 steps in their instructions for use before you can apply a neutralizing agent. Even then, you have to find the right neutralizing agent.

Contain and neutralize any spill quicker with Amphomag® â it is the right product for chemical spills.

Step 2: Clean Up

Follow these 3 easy steps to cleaning up a hydrochloric acid spill using Amphomag®.

  1. Pour Amphomag® slowly and directly onto the hydrochloric acid spill to contain and neutralize.
  2. The Amphomag® will initially turn reddish/pink to indicate that it is an acid and when fully neutralized will turn to a yellow/green color.
  3. If there is any hydrochloric acid remaining anywhere, repeat step 2 until all hydrochloric acid is gone.

Step 3: Disposal

The contained and neutralized spill is now ready to be disposed of as a non-hazardous material.  Use a broom and plastic dust pan to sweep up the Amphomag®.

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Storage: -20° C

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Description

USFBS

US Origin, Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS)

USFBSHI

US Origin, Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS), Heat Inactivated

USDAFBS

USDA Certified, Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS)

USDAFBSHI

USDA Certified, Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS), Heat Inactivated

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ASFBS

IBI Cell Culture Grade, Pyrogen/Endotoxin Free Water is prepared for nuclear transfer, transfection, transformation, cell and tissue culture,
LAL testing, and all other aqueous solution preparations that require stringent quality control.


IBI Cell Culture Grade Water is tested for use in critical assays and applications. The water is endotoxin-free (to the maximum detection
limit of <0.005EU/ml by turbidimetric assay). The purification process of our Cell Culture Grade Water includes distillation, continuous
deionization, reverse osmosis, 0.1µm filtration, followed by steam sterilization in an autoclave.


IB42010

Cell Culture Grade Water, Pyrogen and Endotoxin Free, 1L

IB42011

Cell Culture Grade Water, Pyrogen and Endotoxin Free, 6 x 1L

IB42012

Cell Culture Grade Water, Pyrogen and Endotoxin Free, 12 x 1L

IB42020

Cell Culture Grade Water, Pyrogen and Endotoxin Free, 2L

IB42021

Cell Culture Grade Water, Pyrogen and Endotoxin Free, 6 x 2L

IB42030

Cell Culture Grade Water, Pyrogen and Endotoxin Free, 10L

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