Don't let that dibutylboron triflate you no longer need go to waste.
Rheaply optimizes resource-sharing and chemical safety for organizations.
Chemical safety isn't just a priority for chemists – anyone who uses chemicals should aim to find ways to limit unnecessary long-term storage of chemical substances.
Rheaply greatly increases the likelihood that a chemical will be shared within a lab or between neighboring labs. If you're storing a chemical, you can list pertinent details such as purity and amount remaining as seen here.
Creating a Antibody/Reagent Listing:
You'll start your listing just like any other listing (you can find steps on how to do that here). When you go to "Categories" you will select the appropriate category for the item (Antibody or Reagent/Dye).
You'll notice that everything looks the same except for "Quantity". In this section you'll be able to select the measurements that fit best to what you are posting.
You can post by the number of items you have and how much is within each item. In the case below, the user has 5 bottles of an antibody and each bottle contains 500ul of that substance.
Or you can post just by the amount of the substance you have.
For liquid chemicals that aren't antibodies, reagents, or dyes, you can just select the general "Chemicals" category. The quantity only allows you to enter the number of items you have. Use the "Description" field to clarify the amount you actually item and other important information about the chemical.
Rheaply's messaging system allows users interested in the chemical to request information related to the safety or intra-lab coaching for its proper use.