Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2003 10:00:35 -0600

Author: "Duane Warn"

Subject: Lab Lenses and Poly Carbonate

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Good Morning Tappers;

Where is a good place to get 38 mm diameter lenses used in labs. I need to replenish my stock.

Also, how much Poly Carbonate goes with how much water in the overturned bucket?


Thanks

Duane Warn
Boise State U.


From anthony_lapinski@pds.org Tue Sep 2 12:46:55 2003
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Most of the major science suppliers carry glass 38-mm and 50-mm diameter
lenses (biconvex and biconcave).

tap-l@listproc.appstate.edu writes:
>Good Morning Tappers;
>
>Where is a good place to get 38 mm diameter lenses used in labs. I need
>to replenish my stock.
>
>Also, how much Poly Carbonate goes with how much water in the overturned
>bucket?
>
>
>Thanks
>
>Duane Warn
>Boise State U.
>
>

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