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Hamilton® syringe, 700 series, fixed needle

701N, volume 10 μL, needle size 26s ga (bevel tip), needle L 51 mm (2 in.), pkg of 6 ea

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eCl@ss:
32070500

material

stainless steel needle (point style 2)

needle size

26s ga (bevel tip)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle)
point style 2

packaging

pkg of 6 ea

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80366

needle L

51 mm (2 in.)

volume

10 μL

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packaging

pkg of 6 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

packaging

pkg of 1 ea

needle size

26s ga (bevel tip)

needle size

26s ga (bevel tip)

needle size

22s ga (bevel tip)

needle size

22 ga (bevel tip)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle)

feature

needle type N (cemented needle), point style 2

feature

needle type N (cemented needle), point style 2

feature

needle type N (cemented needle), point style 2

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80366

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80300

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80600

manufacturer/tradename

Hamilton 80800

needle L

51 mm (2 in.)

needle L

51 mm (2 in.)

needle L

51 mm (2 in.)

needle L

51 mm (2 in.)

General description

Hamilton syringe is available in gas-tight type that minimizes the gas exchange during GC analysis. It gives accurate volume delivery. The plunger is mostly unsurpassed.
SAVE When You Order in Six Packs

700 Series Six Packs

The most popular syringes are available in convenient multi-unit packages, at considerable cost-savings. Accurate to ±1%. Temperature limit: 50° C for cemented needles, 115° C for removable needle.

10μL capacity, 26s gauge, 51mm length, point style #2, in packs of 6.

Application

It has been used in sample dispensing during analysis of anilines and phenols using Column liquid chromatography. It has also been fitted with Chaney adapter which helped in sample reproducibility during extraction and for analysis of organochlorine pesticides using solvent microextraction (SME) followed by fast gas chromatography (GC).

Legal Information

Hamilton is a registered trademark of Hamilton Co.

Storage Class

12 - Non Combustible Liquids

wgk_germany

WGK 1

flash_point_f

Not applicable

flash_point_c

Not applicable


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Development of a rapid screening technique for organochlorine pesticides using solvent microextraction (SME) and fast gas chromatography (GC).
de Jager, Lowri S., and Anthony RJ Andrews.
Analyst, 125.11, 1943-1948 (2000)
Column liquid chromatography of some substituted anilines and phenols.
Sleight, R. B.
Chromatographia, 6.1, 3-6 (1973)
Don P. Wolf
In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer: A Manual of Basic Techniques, 192 -192 (2012)

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