GSWP01300

Millipore

MF-Millipore® Membrane Filter, 0.22 µm pore size

13 mm diameter, mixed cellulose esters (MCE) membrane, hydrophilic, white, 100 discs

eCl@ss:
32031602
NACRES:
NB.24

Quality Level

material

mixed cellulose esters (MCE) membrane
plain filter
white filter

sterility

non-sterile

feature

hydrophilic

manufacturer/tradename

MF-Millipore®
Millipore

parameter

18 mL/min-cm2 water flow rate
2 L/min-cm2 air flow rate
75 °C max. temp.

filter diam.

13 mm

thickness

150 μm

gravimetric extractables

2%

refractive index

n/D 1.51

matrix

MF-Millipore®

pore size

0.22 μm pore size
75 % porosity

capacity

150 μg/cm2 binding capacity (protein)

bubble point

≥3.52 bar, air with water at 23 °C

shipped in

ambient

Other Notes

Directions for Use

  • Organism Retention: Microorganism
  • Mode of Action: Filtration (size exclusion)
  • Application: General laboratory filtration
  • Intended Use: Retention or removal of biological contaminants
  • Instructions for Use: Sterilizing filtration of a liquid through a membrane with a 0.2 μm (or smaller) pore size effectively removes biological contaminants, including bacteria, mold and yeast. For the selective retention of larger biological contaminents, liquid filtration through membranes with 0.45 μm (or larger) pore sizes may be used to trap and support microorganism growth for subsequent culture and analysis
  • Storage Statement: Store in dry location away from heat source
  • Disposal Statement: Dispose of in accordance with applicable federal, state and local regulations.

Legal Information

MF-Millipore is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

pictograms

Flame

signalword

Danger

hazcat

Aquatic Chronic 3 - Flam. Sol. 1

storage_class_code

4.1B - Flammable solid hazardous materials

WGK Germany

WGK 3

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Hiroyuki Imachi et al.
Nature, 577(7791), 519-525 (2020-01-17)
The origin of eukaryotes remains unclear1-4. Current data suggest that eukaryotes may have emerged from an archaeal lineage known as 'Asgard' archaea5,6. Despite the eukaryote-like genomic features that are found in these archaea, the evolutionary transition from archaea to eukaryotes...

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