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July 3, 2012
They Don't Make These Things to Have Dichloromethane Poured on 'Em
With all the electronic notebooks around these days, and the ubiquity of computer hardware and keyboards around the HPLCs, LC/mass specs, and so on, I'm surprised that we don't see more of this. But that is the first keyboard I've seen melted in a lab setting - perhaps I'm just leading a sheltered life.
But ginger ale in an Apple wireless keyboard? I can get that at home, courtesy of my kids. (The hardware survived, although some of the keys were a bit crunchy for a while. . .)
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