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Break down of liquids at higher temps?

J_Diggs

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So most of the liquids I have in storage, both AAS and Research, each have recommended storage temps of 68-77F. This 9 degree range can sometimes be a bit tough to accomodate, especially during the summer months and especially since I only have so many 'hiding spots' in my home.

Can anyone with a chem background confirm at what point (temparature) do the chemicals truly become effected (denatured for lack of a better term)? While the temp in my spot doesn't get about 78-79F, I'm just curious how sensitive the chemicals are over an extended period of time above this threshold.

I realize it's a range and I may sound knit-picky but when you make investments you want to make sure they're well kept. Thanks.
 

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list out everything you have if you want to know different chemicals have different temps they can handle. You shouldnt worry too greatly about it unless they are in extreme conditions (hot or cold). You could also search this on google using each indvidual drug name.
 

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hiding spots? How about take off lable and put your own that says

liquid creatine

Lol
 

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up to a point higher temps usually equals accelerated bacterial growth in a multi-use vial. Chemical breakdown shouldn't be an issue below 80 degrees.
 

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up to a point higher temps usually equals accelerated bacterial growth in a multi-use vial. Chemical breakdown shouldn't be an issue below 80 degrees.
Thanks, this helps.
 

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