Micropipette Tips for Nanoliter 2010

Item#: TIP10XV119

Eliminate the cost and trouble of making your own micropipettes

  • Schott Duran borosilicate glass
  • 0.5 µm and smaller ID micropipettes include internal glass fiber for easy filling
  • Tip inner diameter tolerance ±20%
  • Short taper yields high strength
  • Nominal length ≈ 50 mm
  • OD:ID = 1.33:1
  • Standard capillary outer diameters are 1.0 mm (thin-wall) or 1.14 mm
  • Every pipette individually tested and inspected
  • Vacuum packed
  • For use with the Nanoliter 2010
  • 10 per package
  • Also available: Luer Tips, Luer/Silanized TipsSample Packages

Unit Price: 153.00

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For pricing, Customers outside of the US and Canada, please Contact your distributor

Benefits

  • Plain Shank or Luer Fittings

Applications

  • Injection of dyes or proteins into cells, oocytes or other biomedical laboratory applications

WPI can quickly supply your need for consistently sized pre-pulled glass micropipettes. Tip diameters (ID) range from 0.1 to 10 µm. Silanized Tips (Luer Shank) are available. Silanization waterproofs the glass to retard water when inserting into cell. This will not let the outside fluid run down the pipette and get inside so easily.These glass needles are fabricated from Schott Duran borosilicate glass.

Certificate of Compliance

A Certificate of Compliance is available for these MicroTips. Please request one when placing your order.

CTE (20 °C; 300 °C)     3.3± 0.110-6/K  
Transformation temperature Tg   525 ± 15 °C  
Density   2.23 ± 0.02 g/cm3  
Temperature  at the viscosity 1013 dPa·s
107.6 dPa·
104 dPa·s
560 ± 10°C
820 ± 10°C
1260 ± 20°C
 
Heat conductivity l at 100 °C 
Specific heat CP  
  1.2W/(m·K)
0.8J / (g·K) 
 
Elasicity-modulus 
Poisson-ratio μ
  64GPa
0.20GPa
 
Photoelasticity
Refractive index nd 
  4.0·10-6 mm² / N
1.473mm² / N
 
Relative dielectric constant 
tan d
at 1 MHz
and 25 °C
4.6 10-4
37 10-4
 
Tk 100 (DIN 52326)    250°C  
Classes of chemical stability water 
acid 
alkaline solution  
DIN ISO 719 
DIN 12 116
DIN ISO 695 
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