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Supelclean LC-Florisil® SPE Tube

bed wt. 10 g, volume 60 mL, pk of 16



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Quality Level   100
material   PE frit
  polypropylene hardware
composition   bed wt., 10 g
packaging   pk of 16
volume   60 mL
matrix   magnesium silicate base material
matrix active group   Florisil phase
particle size   100-200 mesh
Featured Industry   Food and Beverages
separation technique   normal phase


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