Procedure for bringing a new chemical into the LNF

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Description

This is the procedure for bringing a chemical into the LNF. In order to bring a chemical into the LNF you must get it approved by the staff before ordering the chemical. Some chemicals can be processed quickly such as different viscosity photoresist that are already approved for the LNF.

If you would like to bring your own bottle of chemical that is currently in the lab

Process SOPs

For chemicals that are already approved for use in the LNF

  • Notify staff that you will be purchasing your own bottle of this chemical
  • Label it appropriately using the the label maker in the Cleanroom or ROBIN lab

For chemicals that are not currently approved for use in the LNF

If you are bringing a chemical into the lab that is not currently approved. Contact staff by sending an email to lnf-info@umich.edu regarding the chemical. Include how and where (preferred) it will be used.

  • If it is a chemical we are already using in the lab by another group or for another purpose, we will work with you to modify the current SOP to include your processing
  • If it is a new chemical you will need to complete the next steps
    • All chemicals in the LNF have both MSDS or SDS sheets, and standard operating procedures (SOPs).
      • The MSDS sheets you will need to acquire from the manufacturer prior to ordering the chemical.
      • email these to lnf-info@umich.edu
    • The MSDS sheets will be reviewed by the LNF staff
    • The staff will work with you to develop a procedure (SOP) for using the chemical. Important parts include:
      • Shipping instructions
      • Storage instructions
      • Level of PPE
      • Where is will be utilized
      • The procedure for using the chemical
      • How it will be disposed
      • Safety considerations