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114
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Tech Service: Cell Culture
  Classical Media
  Date Created  
08/13/1999 10:41 AM
  Date Updated  
10/23/2002 11:55 AM
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  What is the difference between Hank's and Earle's salts?
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  What is the difference between Hank's and Earle's salts?
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  Hank's salts are designed for atmospheric equilibration. Earle's salts are designed for the bicarbonate/carbonic acid system commonly used in media. Earle's salts rely on the equilibration of gaseous and liquid carbon dioxide to maintain pH in a carbon dioxide equilibrated incubator.
 
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