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These graduated flasks can be used for preparation and storage of culture media and many culturing techniques. Polycarbonate construction is far safer than glass flasks for use in shakers. Repeated autoclaving may result in some loss in mechanical strength.Catalog No.:
Use for preparation and storage of culture media and many culturing techniques. Far safer than glass flasks for use in shakers. Closures are linerless polypropylene, noncontaminating. Flasks and closures are autoclavable, but polycarbonate shows some loss of mechanical strength after repeated autoclaving. Before autoclaving, set closure on top of the container without engaging the threads.Catalog No.:
Combine the excellent chemical resistance of PTFE FEP with the convenience of a ETFE screw closure. They're unbreakable, nearly transparent, non-contaminating, and resist virtually all chemicals. Withstand temperatures from -270¡C to +205¡C; closures from -100¡C to +150¡C. Can be autoclaved or chemically sterilized repeatedly. Before autoclaving, just set cap or closure on top of the container without engaging the threads. Useful with all organic solvents, concentrated oxidizing agents. Can be boiled in concentrated nitric acid for trace metal work.Catalog No.:
Tough, stiff, seamless cross-linked high-density polyethylene jars resist stress-cracking. Ideal for soaking glassware, washing pipets with corresponding NALGENE rinsers and baskets. Flanged base for added stability. Make excellent large general purpose containers and come with dust covers. "Caution: Concentrated sulfuric acid will cause pipet jar to fail. When cleaning pipets with a sulfuric acid-dichromate compound, the acid concentration must be 60% or less." The formula shown on the jar's label is effective and lasts longer than standard solutions. Do not mix this solution in the pipet jarCatalog No.: