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SGE Gas Tight Syringes, Luer Lock

100MR-LL-GT, volume 100 mL, needle size (not included)

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SYRINGE SGE 100MR-LL-GT, 100ML

material

glass syringe

needle size

(not included)

feature

needle type Luer lock

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

manufacturer/tradename

SGE 009760

volume

100 mL

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pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

manufacturer/tradename

SGE 009760

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SGE 008025

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SGE 008960

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SGE 005230

volume

100 mL

volume

1000 μL

volume

10 mL

volume

100 μL

needle size

(not included)

needle size

(not included)

needle size

(not included)

needle size

(not included)

feature

needle type Luer lock

feature

needle type Luer lock

feature

needle type Luer lock

feature

Fixed Luer Lock

Application

SGE gastight Luer lock syringe was used to collect gas samples from the slightly pressurized headspace, while measuring anaerobic ammonium oxidation. It was also used to collect gas samples of the headspace gas, during an experimental procedure related to increase in the occurrence of the anammox reaction in estuarine sediments. It may also be used for introduction of samples to the gas sampling and injection system (GASIS) inlet, in a study involving versatile inlet system for on-line compound-specific δD and δ13C gas chromatography-oxidation/reduction-isotope ratio mass spectrometry analysis of gaseous mixtures.

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Mark Trimmer et al.
Applied and environmental microbiology, 69(11), 6447-6454 (2003-11-07)
Until recently, denitrification was thought to be the only significant pathway for N(2) formation and, in turn, the removal of nitrogen in aquatic sediments. The discovery of anaerobic ammonium oxidation in the laboratory suggested that alternative metabolisms might be present
Widespread occurrence of the anammox reaction in estuarine sediments.
Nicholls JC and Trimmer M.
Aquatic Toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 55 (2), 105-105 (2009)
Mark Henning et al.
Rapid communications in mass spectrometry : RCM, 21(14), 2269-2272 (2007-06-20)
Compound-specific deltaD and delta13C analyses of gas mixtures are useful indicators of geochemical and environmental factors. However, the relative concentrations of individual components in gas mixtures (e.g., H2, CO2, methane, ethane, propane, i-butane, n-butane) may vary over several orders of

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