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So true 🙂
Had some non-chemist friends visit my Lab at the beginning of the year, to me it actually looked quite cleaned up at the time but they thought it was a mess.
Who the heck sticks needles in round-bottomed flask cork stands? That makes no sense to me!
well, I sometimes do (mostly with a balloon of nitrogen), but not on such a scale
I would stick used needles in a huge rubber stopper after use since a) you’re not supposed to re-sheathe, and b) I didn’t want loose needles lying around my hood. Argon line needles when not in use were pierced through a septum into a rbf filled with drierite to keep the line dry.
Agreed with azmanam.
I’d never leave my fume hood looking like that! A chemist can have less mess, and also it makes one work better. At least for me! Used things that are not to be used again are to be washed or thrown! But then again, there are lots of chemist who don’t know what “washing your equipment” means. Luckily, I do!
Uh, that’s how a lab, used for 10 years by physicists looked like, when I arrived and had to put some order in it. This is absolutely not how a chem lab should look like. It’s clear that the first image is far for reality, but if I see somebody working in a place like on the second I will for sure doubt about the precision of his results.
Bozhidar, who cares about precision when you’re running an illegal drugs factory 🙂
I teach chem. I will encourage my students to attend. Good reviews from the past.
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