Subject: What is in solochrome black indicator solution?
Date: Mon Mar 19 16:29:33 2001
Posted by Erin
Grade level: nonaligned
School: Penford Products
City: Cedar Rapids State/Province: IA
Area of science: Chemistry
You guys were so helpful last time I thought I'd give it another shot. I need
to make up solochrome black calcium indicator and Vogel's says to make it up in
triethanolamine, but since triethanolamine is a solid I'm confused. I can't
find instructions on how to make the indicator solution itself anywhere on the
web. Any clues as to where I should be looking? Thanks.
Re: What is in solochrome black indicator solution?
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