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Hamilton® syringe, 1000 series GASTIGHT®, PTFE luer lock

1001TLL, PTFE Luer lock (with slots), volume 1 mL, needle size (not included)

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material

PTFE Luer lock (with slots)

needle size

(not included)

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 81327

needle L

, n/a

volume

1 mL

fitting

luer lock (without slots)

compatibility

for use with Hamilton 1001TLL (PTFE Luer lock)

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packaging

pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

fitting

luer lock (without slots)

fitting

luer lock (without slots)

fitting

luer lock (without slots)

fitting

luer lock (without slots)

needle size

(not included)

needle size

(not included)

needle size

(not included)

needle size

22 gauge (not included)

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 81327

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 81520

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 86020

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 85020

needle L

, n/a

needle L

, n/a

needle L

, n/a

needle L

, n/a

General description

Hamilton syringe is available in gas-tight type that minimizes the gas exchange in GC analysis. It gives accurate volume delivery. The plunger is mostly unsurpassed. The tip is threaded in a luer lock syringe allowing the needle to be tightly screwed to the tip.

Application

It has been used in an experiment performed to inject magnetic beads into Lab-on-a-Chip system in order to demonstrate controlled movement of the magnetic beads within a microfluidic channel. It was also used in alkene termination through olefin cross-metathesis reaction performed with gallium nitride wafers.

Legal Information

GASTIGHT is a registered trademark of Hamilton Co.
Hamilton is a registered trademark of Hamilton Co.

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Controlled counter-flow motion of magnetic bead chains rolling along microchannels.
Karle, Marc, et al.
Microfluidics and nanofluidics, 10.4, 935-939 (2011)
In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer: A Manual of Basic Techniques, 06-Dec, 192-192 (2012)
Pharmacology for the Prehospital Professional, 54-54 (2009)
Covalent attachment of a peptide to the surface of gallium nitride.
Makowski, Matthew S., et al.
Surface Science, 605.15, 1466-1475 (2011)
Don P. Wolf
In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer: A Manual of Basic Techniques, 06-Dec, 192-192 (2012)

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