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  • Standard operating procedure (SOP) for monitoring bacterial sedimentation in clean areas

    Standard operating procedure (SOP) for monitoring bacterial sedimentation in clean areas

    Standard operating procedure (SOP) for monitoring bacterial sedimentation in clean areas Principle: The sedimentation method is used, that is, the biological particles in the air are collected in a petri dish by using the principle of natural sedimentation, and after culturing for no less than 48...
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  • Advantages of glass bottom petri dishes

    Advantages of glass bottom petri dishes

    Advantages of glass bottom petri dishes The glass-bottomed petri dish has the dual characteristics of a plate and a coverslip ①The cover glass at the bottom is optical glass with excellent light transmittance, which is better than plastic plate; ②The thickness of the bottom cover glass is not mor...
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  • Can you boil water in a glass beaker

    Can you boil water in a glass beaker

    Can you boil water in a glass beaker The effect of thermal shock is powerful and results in the cracking of glass. Even heat-resistant glasses like Pyrex can shatter when poured with boiling water incorrectly. To prevent the glass from cracking when exposed to boiling water, you should avoid extr...
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  • Can i put a glass beaker on a hot plate

    Can i put a glass beaker on a hot plate

    Can i put a glass beaker on a hot plate A hot plate can be used to heat beakers and Erlenmeyer flasks. When the solution is stirred, the heat will be evenly distributed throughout the container. It is preferable to heat other containers that do not have a flat surface by means of indirect heating...
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  • Can glass beakers be heated

    Can glass beakers be heated

    Can glass beakers be heated Borosilicate glass, which is commonly used to make beakers, can withstand large temperature swings thanks to the presence of boron trioxide in the glass. It can withstand temperatures of up to 400°C and has excellent chemical resistance. Free sample for China 5000ml B...
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  • what is the purpose of a beaker

    what is the purpose of a beaker

    what is the purpose of a beaker Although the purpose of a beaker is to contain and measure liquids, the glassware can come in a multitude of shapes and sizes. Most often, a beaker is cylindrical in shape and has a flat bottom. Some beakers have a small beak or spout to aid in the pouring of liqui...
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  • Types of beakers by material

    Types of beakers by material

    Types of beakers by material · Glass Beakers Glass beakers are usually made from borosilicate material which contains boron trioxide. Owing to its material, it can withstand extreme changes in the temperature of up to 400 degrees Celsius. It also has outstanding resistance to chemicals.  · Metal ...
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  • Types of beakers by purpose

    Types of beakers by purpose

    Types of beakers by purpose · Florence Beakers These are known as boiling beakers. They have a thick, uniform wall thickness distribution ideal for heating. The bottom part is round in shape. The narrow neck helps to hold it securely with a clamp. · Erlenmeyer Beakers These beakers are also calle...
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  • What is the Difference Between Volumetric and Serological Pipettes

    What is the Difference Between Volumetric and Serological Pipettes

    What is the Difference Between Volumetric and Serological Pipettes The key difference between volumetric and serological pipettes is that volumetric pipettes are calibrated to deliver a certain volume of a solution through free drainage, whereas serological pipettes are calibrated all the way to ...
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