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Health and Safety information on a range of wave radiations studied in school science; including radio, micro, infra red, ultra violet, visible light, X-rays, and gamma rays.
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Describes and explains the various spectra which are used to identify chemicals. Provides data on the infra red, magnetic resonance, mass and UV spectra for a range of common organics substances.
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This illustrates some practical opportunities to use newly- available, and modestly-priced infra red cameras in science lessons. 
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A simple investigation, with clear procedural advice, on looking at how chemicals affect the cytoplasm of red onion epidermal cells.
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Risk assessment information about red phosphorus. For white/yellow phosphorus, see Hazcard 73A.
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Includes information on: lead metal, lead(II) carbonates, lead(II) oxide, lead(IV) oxide, dilead(II) lead(IV) oxide (red lead) and lead(II) sulfide (galena).
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Guidance on the preparation of Leishman’s stain. This is used for staining red and white blood cells in a blood smear. 
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CLEAPSS has received a small but steadily increasing number of calls from schools regarding a red-brown discolouring on the surface of the metal disc of their radium sealed source.
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An alternative protocol for staining blood smears.
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Using common dyes and indicators safely in practical activities. Many such compounds , or their solvents, are hazardous but are used in such small amounts and in a very controlled way so as to limit e.. more
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