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Re: [IPk] Insulin Deposit or Air Bubbles??

That makes sense but normally air bubbles move when you tip the
syringe upsied down. These appeared to be stuck to the reservoir. But
you could be right. I think the insulin had got quite hot.
> It is quite possible that these are minute bubbles of air. As insulin, or
> any liquid warms up some of the air in the solution will find it's way out.
> If you just leave a syringe full of cold water down somewhere warm and look
> at it some hours later you will almost certainly find small bubbles of air
> on the syringe surface.
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