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SGE Microvolume Syringe

0.5BNR-5, Plunger-in-needle (6.5mm OD barrel), volume 0.5 μL, needle size 23 ga (cone tip), needle L × O.D. 50 mm × 0.63 mm

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Related Categories Analytical/Chromatography, GC Manual Syringes, Liquid sampling, SGE Plunger-in-needle syringe, Syringe with sample in the needle, 0.5 - 5 µL,
material   cone tip stainless steel needle (point style 1)
needle size   23 ga (cone tip)
description   Plunger-in-needle syringe
feature   Plunger-in-needle (6.5mm OD barrel)
packaging   pkg of 1 ea
mfr. no.   SGE, 000300
needle L × O.D.   50 mm × 0.63 mm
volume   0.5 μL

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General description

A sample as small as 0.1 μL is contained in the needle.
• nozzle tip with 0.12mm opening and caone shape for better septum
• full sample displacement
• plunger extended to the tip of the needle - Zero Dead Volume
• no sample carryover
• improved sample volume reproducibility

Application

SGE microvolume syringe may be used in the analysis of short-chain free fatty acids in Swiss Cheese using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) method. It may also be used in analysing halogenated volatile contaminants in beverages and food products using solid-phase microextraction followed by headspace gas chromatographic technique.

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24424 SGE Needles for RN syringes, volume 0.5 μL, needle size 23 ga (cone tip), needle L × O.D. 50 mm × 0.63 mm

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