Now that my new one is here, I'm going to remove the RAM from my old computer and give it (the RAM) to my father. Next time I visit him, I'll take it with me and -- if it's the right type -- I'll replace what he has now. I do know how to safely remove and install it, check it's the correct type, etc, but what I'm not sure about is a safe way to store and transport it so it's protected from accidentally being damaged by static electricity. If I had the original packaging, obviously that would be the ideal solution, but since it's not available, what's the best way to protect the chips while they're not installed? Physical protection isn't the concern as I have a suitable cardboard box and I'm obviously going to be careful when I'm hand-carrying it, but I do want to ensure there's no electrical damage. Thanks!