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Z134139 Aldrich

Whatman® weighing boats and paper

B-2 Sheets, 6 x 6 inch, 500/pk

Synonym: weigh paper, weighing paper

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Related Categories Balances and Accessories, Labware, Manufacturer Browser, Paper Weighing Boats and Papers, Weighing Boats and Papers,
material   paper
  square
feature   grade B-2
packaging   pack of 500
mfr. no.   Whatman Article No., 28414664 (US reference)
  Whatman, 10347673
size   6 in. × 6 in.

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Features and benefits:
• Transparent and smooth
• Simplifies sample transfer
• Quantitative transfer from paper
• Standard analytical balance weighing paper
• Enough body to support relatively high weights

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Global SIAL customers (excluding Japan) can now order any product from the GE Healthcare Life Sciences consumables portfolio (prepack only) using GE′s product numbering system.

The legacy GE Whatman products that use the SIAL "Z" product numbering system will be discontinued and directly replaced with a product number using a "WHA" prefix plus the GE product code. For reference, the legacy "Z" product number is identified as a synonym on the "WHA" product number listing.

This product has been replaced by WHA10347673-ALDRICH | Whatman weighing boats and paper, B-2 Sheets, 6 x 6 inch, 500/pk

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WHA10347673 Whatman® weighing boats and paper, B-2 Sheets, 6 x 6 inch, 500/pk

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