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I left the batteries inside. Usually I use alcaline batteries, but for some reason I used one that was not, causing the eroding of the material.
I hope I didn’t sell you a lemon! :)
that is not possible to make the UV test. Yesterday was my microscope (again) and today the UV lamp refuses to work. So, I think I’ll take a break.
It should have squamatic acid, which is strongly UV+ white or bluish-white (“ice blue”).
Created: 2012-10-11 11:54:28 CDT (-0500)
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