Borosil® Reagent Bottles are perfect for storing media, solvents, and other materials. Sturdy ground glass necks for long-term durability. Solid glass flat-head stoppers, easy-to-read graduations and capacities, marking spots for labeling.
Glassware Reagent Bottle Life Sciences Aldrich
DWK Life Sciences DURAN™ Reagent Bottle, Narrow Neck, Clear
The classical stoppered reagent bottles are moulded from DURAN™ borosilicate 3.3 Type glass, and are suitable for the storage of liquid and solid chemicals and reagents. The bottles feature a narrow conical ground joint neck and comply with ISO 4796-2.
Sigma Aldrich Chemicals and Reagents Sigma Aldrich Semenyih
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Borosil® Wide Mouth Glass Reagent Bottles - Round or Square
Foxx Life Sciences offers Borosil® Wide Mouth Glass Reagent Bottles in Round or Square design, in several capacity and quantity options for your laboratory needs. Borosil® is the name scientists know and trust for high quality, versatile lab glass.
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Reagent Bottle, 500ml - Amber Colored Glass - Orange Screw Cap, Drip Free Pouring Ring - White Graduations - Borosilicate 3.3 Glass - Eisco Labs 4.7 out of 5 stars 6 offer from $8.99
Reagent Bottles | Fisher Scientific
VITLAB polypropylene reagent bottles with polypropylene screw caps have good chemical resistance. Autoclavable at 2 C for 20 minutes. Pricing and Availability. Eisco™ Clear Reagent Bottle with Screw Cap. High quality, borosilicate glass flask. Pouring ring for drip free pouring and clean. Pricing and Availability.
Laboratory Glassware | PYREX Lab Glassware | Corning
Corning provides a range of equipment and disposable and reusable laboratory supplies for compliance testing including a full range of PYREX glassware—the leading brand of laboratory glassware for more than 00 years. This manual provides instructions for assembly and operation of the Corning Glass Spinner Flasks: 4500, 4502, 450, 452 Series.
Aldrich® reagent bottle capacity 60 mL, Joint: ST/NS 4/20
General description Reagent bottles come with a ground glass hex head stopper. For light-sensitive samples, use the amber coated reagent bottles.
Reagent Square Bottles at Thomas Scientific
Borosil® Reagent Square Bottles are perfect for storing media, solvents, and other materials.Bottles comes with PP Screw cap (GL80). A colorless PP pouring ring aloows for drip free emptying, easy-to-read graduations and capacities, marking spots for labeling.
Ground Glass Bottles at Thomas Scientific
amount of solution in the bottle. The nozzle and its straw are built into the cap of the bottle giving them a tight, leak-proof seal. We carry several sizes. Our weighing bottles are made from borosilicate glass, have a flat bottom, and come with a ground glass penny-head stopper.
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Foxx Life Sciences Borosil® Reagent Bottles with Ground Glass
Borosil® Reagent Bottles comply with EN ISO 4796-2. 60mL & 25mL options are not covered in standards. In collaboration with Borosil Glass Works, Foxx Life Sciences is proud to bring the outstanding quality of Borosil® Type 3.3 Low-Expansion Borosilicate glassware to North America for the first time.
Reagent Bottles | DWK Life Sciences
Reagent Bottles. Available with screw caps, tight-sealing glass, or plastic stoppers. Wide range of capacities from 0 to 20,000 ml. Manufactured from borosilicate or soda-lime glass.
Reagent Bottle - Glass
Reagent Bottles, Borosilicate Glass, SCHOTT. Be the first to review this product. In stock. code. 02028-0050X. Made of premium Borosilicate glass, these bottles offer maximum possible chemical resistance with minimal thermal expansion, making them the best choice for laboratory applications. PP Cap & Pouring Ring Autoclavable to 40ºC.
Learning From UCLA | Science & Technology | Chemical
Aug 03, 2009 · If it was the tBuLi bottle, and it was not clamped as specified by the Aldrich bulletin, it could have been a clue that perhaps Sangji, using a needle too short for the reagent bottle, had upended the bottle in one hand while trying to handle a 60-mL syringe with the other, and things went awry from there.