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CLEAPSS Recipe Sheets
Guidance on how to prepare common solutions, mixtures and reagents.

Note: Some CLP Recipe sheets are yet to be published. As an interim solution, please refer to the legacy CHIP sheets which can be found in the interim document RB000 below.

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All-in-one pdf file of the CLP Recipe sheets published (or updated) up to, and including, 1st November 2019.

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Index to currently published guidance on the preparation of specific solutions and other reagents. Includes a summary Contents List giving the dates of the most recent versions of recipes. Note: this .. more

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Updated 01 Nov 2019. Please note: This is a temporary resource providing a summary Contents List of all recipe sheets published to date. RB 000 is a working document, subject to frequent changes as ou.. more

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Basic recipe for making agar, with additional details for making a range of agars used in science practicals, but not including those used in microbiology. (See GL229 for those.)

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Guidance on the preparation and labelling of ethanol/water, methanol/water and propanone/water solutions.

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Alginate beads are used to trap (immobilise) enzymes, yeast and algae. These immobilised beads can be recovered from experiments and re-used to reduce costs and save time.

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Guidance on preparing, labelling and storing Aluminium solutions.

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Guidance on the preparation of ammonia gas (for filling gas jars etc). Brief information on the ammonia fountain demonstration is also provided.

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Guidance on the preparation and labelling of ammonia solution (ammonium hydroxide) and amine solutions. Amines include: methylamine, ethylamine, butylamine and 1,2-diaminoethane.

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Guidance on the preparation of ammonium chloride and ammonium sulfate(VI) solutions.

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