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Corning® 1536 well plate, with generic barcode

size 1536 wells, non-treated, 50/cs, black polystyrene wells flat bottom, non-sterile, lid: no

Synonym: 1536 multiwell plate, 1536 well barcode plate, 1536 well microplate, 1536 well microtiter plate, 1536 well plate with generic barcode, 1536 well plate

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Related Categories 1536 Well Plates, Corning, Corning 1536-Well Multiwell Plates, Corning Barcoded Microplates, Corning Microplates,
material   black plate
  black polystyrene wells flat bottom
  polystyrene plate
sterility   non-sterile
feature   lid: no
packaging   pack of 10
  case of 50
mfr. no.   Corning, 3724BC
maximum volume   12.5 μL
size   1536 wells
working volume   8 μL
color   black
matrix active group   non-treated surface treatment

Description

General description

Bar Code Details

Corning barcode labels have been quality tested for optimal readability, chemical resistance and temperature variation.

• Resistant to commonly used laboratory reagents (100% DMSO, Methanol, Ethanol, Ethyl Acetate, Methylene Chloride, Isopropanol, Acetronitrile, Ethanol/Water/TFA, Sodium Hydroxide, Hydrochloric Acid)
• Resistant to temperature ranges of -80ºC to +52ºC

Technical Details
• Bar Code labeling specifications
• 2.75" x 0.25" label size
• Code 128
• Code 3 of 9
• 10 mil narrow bar element (x-dimension = 0.010")

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