Vacuum dry box

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A vacuum dry box and safety equipment.

A Vacuum Dry Box is a piece of safety equipment which can provide an inert, or controlled atmosphere for handling sensitive materials.[1] These devices can commonly be found in the fume hoods of chemistry labs,[2] in facilities handling deadly pathogens, in NASA[3] Moon Rock Handling facilities and in Industrial applications. Inert atmosphere glove boxes are also used for painting and sandblasting.[4]

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  1. ^ Gibb, T. R. P. (2002-05-01). "Inert-Atmosphere Dry Box". Analytical Chemistry. 29 (4): 584–587. doi:10.1021/ac50162a052.
  2. ^ Errington, R. John (1997-07-03). Advanced Practical Inorganic and Metalorganic Chemistry. CRC Press. ISBN 9780751402254.
  3. ^ "Vacuum Dry Box". NASA. 2016-01-27.
  4. ^ Hart, Eric (2013-01-01). The Prop Building Guidebook: For Theatre, Film, and Tv. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 9780240821382.