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27035 Supelco

Micro-Reaction Vessel, black phenolic solid cap, pkg of 12

volume 0.3 mL, clear glass vial, styrene-butadiene septum, O.D. × H 16 mm × 32 mm

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Related Categories Analytical/Chromatography, Application, Micro Reaction Vessel, Solid Top, Micro Reaction Vessels, Micro Reaction Vials,
material   clear glass vial
  styrene-butadiene septum
feature   closure type black phenolic solid top cap
  closure type screw top vial
  graduations
  pre-assembled
packaging   pkg of 12 ea
O.D. × H   16 mm × 32 mm
volume   0.3 mL
fitting   15-425 thread

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Application

It has been used to check the reaction temperature and length during examining background fatty acids signals in GC/MS. It was used in enzymatic assay, a modified spectrophotometric assay for Peptidyl dipeptidase determination in serum.

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