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Norell® Standard Series 5 mm NMR tubes

limit 500 MHz frequency, L 8 in.

Synonym: Norell nmr tubes, nmr sample tubes, nmr tubes

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mfr. no.   , 508UP8
  Norell
limit   500 MHz frequency
L   8 in.
O.D. × I.D.   5 mm × 4.2 mm
camber   ±0.013 mm
concentricity   ±0.005 mm
wall thickness   0.77 mm

Description

General description

The Norell Standard Series NMR tubes are redesigned to eliminate tube wall and bottom variations. This improves shimming times and sample reproducibility.

Manufactured out of ASTM Type 1 Class B glass, or commonly referred to as N-51A, these NMR tubes are designed for auto-sampling systems and high-throughput NMR spectroscopy.

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Norell is a registered trademark of Norell, Inc.

Standard Series is a trademark of Norell, Inc.

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