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Re: [BKARTS] Questions about methyl cellulose



Not that it's terribly relevant but just so you know the ultimate source for
what you are purchasing and possibly avoiding testing multiple vendors
products, Lineco buys their Methyl Cellulose from us.  They then repackage
it into those fancy little jars with nice advertising and sell it for about
5x the price.

Regards,
Aaron Salik
 
Talas
20 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
212-219-0770 Phone
212-219-0735 Fax
http://talasonline.com


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Date:    Fri, 2 Jan 2009 22:46:12 -0700
From:    CIDUPONT <cidupont@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Questions about methyl cellulose

Hiromi Paper sells a methyl cellulose from Lineco that says right on the
label:  Acid Free Archival and neutral pH.



In a message dated 01/02/09 17:57:01 US Mountain Standard Time,
cathyshunt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
The way to answer this is to mix up some methyl cellulose with both tap
water and with deionized water and check each  mixture with a pH strip. I
will try it when I return to school next week (I have pH strips there). 

Cathy Hunt 




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