HF lab

Because of its ability to dissolve oxides, hydrofluoric acid (HF) is commonly used for separating microfossils from hand specimens. The use of this very corrosive acid requires a vented fume hood to avoid exposure and possible skin damage. For bookings, users are invited to email the contact person and to mention the following points:

1. Type of work (MSc, PhD... ) and supervisor.
2. Topic of the study.
3. Type of work planned in the lab.
4. Number and type of samples.
5. Chemicals to be used.
6. Glassware and devices needed.
7. Date and duration of the work.

At the end of the day, each user commits himself to leave the lab clean and ordered. Special chemicals and glassware will be purchased only according to user's requirements.


Hydrofluoric Acid (HF) lab

Lab: 1424

Lab responsible:

Prof. Allison Daley

Contact person:

Dr. Claudia Baumgartner
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