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Supplier: SKS Science Products
Description: These isostatically molded plastic beaker covers (watch glasses) are constructed from virgin PTFE plastic and machine finished to give a smooth surface for ease of cleaning and to eliminate contamination. Supplied with pouring spout. Virtually immune to chemical attack, only attacked by some
- Glass Materials: Other
- Plastic Materials: Teflon®
Description: Covers for PTFE broad spout beakers. Autoclavable.
- Plastic Materials: Other
Supplier: Carl Stuart Co.
Description: Lid for Beaker 100ml PTFE
- Volume: 0.0264 gallons
Supplier: U.S. Plastic Corporation
Description: Non-contaminating and completely inert to highly corrosive reagents. Non-wettable, unbreakable, lightweight and heat-resistant. Easy to clean. Broad spout for easy pouring. Can be heated on a hot plate up to 550F (288C) when proper care is exercised. Specially molded bottom allows rapid heat
- Plastic Materials: PTFE - Teflon®
Description: Available NEW for official U.S. Government & Authorized Contractor purchase only This is available to Authorized User Groups and Agencies for delivery to CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Commercial and non-US entities are not authorized to purchase from GSA MSA contracts and may not referenceShow More
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Welch Fluorocarbon, Inc.
High Performance Teflon® Products
FEP & Modified PTFE film. Funnels Made With Teflon ® Film - FEP. Pail Liners Made With Teflon ® Film - PFA & Modified PTFE film. Drum Liners Made With Teflon ® Film - PFA & Modified PTFE film. Beaker Liners Made With Teflon ® Film - FEP. Petri Dish Liners Made With Teflon ® Film - FEP. Sampling Baggies Made With Teflon ® Film - FEP. Please browse our categories of products made with Teflon ® film, and if you have any questions feel free to contact us. We... (read more)
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Handbook of Soil Analysis
6) – a cobalt X-ray tube should be used to avoid fluorescence of iron which occurs with a copper tube – the PTFE beakers can be used up to a maximum temperature of 250°C; – in certain cases, destruction of the …
Recent developments in the analysis of transuranics (Np, Pu,
Am) in seawater
The 0.1M HF(UP) – 0.1M HNO3(UP) Np solution (25 ml) is evaporated to dryness in a 50 ml PTFE beaker , and then evaporated with three 1 ml portions of 69% HNO3(UP) to remove HF and HCl and …