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While maintaining the standard outer dimensions the internal volumes of these vials range from below 300µL to 2mL. Made of superior quality 33 expansion
These 9mm wide-opening vials are built so that closures nearly eliminate septa push-through and have a stop point for consistent tightness and optimal seal
5 mL microtubes in the Eppendorf ThermoMixer® C · 5 mL Eppendorf microtube®, open · 5 mL microtubes - screw cap, snap cap and amber.
2ml standard opening screw top vials and caps (8-425). Vials. THC11090210 Vial screw top 2mL standard opening clear glass, no markings 100.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. in the United States. Laboratory Requirements . ... hold standard sample vials and microtiter plates, and a built-in ...
Volume (mL)1.8 · Tube MaterialPolypropylene · Tube Bottom ShapeRound · Cap TypeScrew-Thread · Cap colorNatural · ThreadInternal · SterileYes · Height (in)1 57/64
to meet the high standards you have come to expect from Did you know: 2 mL high-recovery screw-top vials can be used with all autosamplers.
Vial Part: AR0-3910-13 Verex™ Vial, 9mm Screw Top, 2mL, Clear 33, w/ Patch, 1000/Pk.
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Our vials are manufactured from Type I Borosilicate Glass, which meets all USP, JP, and EP Pharmacopeia requirements. The glass performs excellent at high
Type: Autosampler Vial Vial Volume (Metric): 2mL Color: Blue Height (Metric): 32mm Diameter (Metric) Outside: 12mm Capacity (Metric): 2.0mL Vial Closure
About 8mm (8-425) standard opening screw vials · 2mL, 12x32mm standard opening vials · 8-425 thread finish · Smaller opening (5mm ID) has less solvent contact with
Thermo Scientific™ 9mm Wide Opening Amber Glass Screw MS Certified Vial Convenience Kits are fully lot-tested by multiple methods for 15 critical parameters
However, up to 40% of manufactured multilayer films go unused in the final packaging application because of inefficiencies in the packaging fabrication