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on 6/18/2012 21:15 PM   
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Pipette is one of the tools which I have admired in laboratory to transport a particular measurement of volume of liquid into some substance. Most of the labs are using the pipettes like chemical, medical and also the molecular lab for transferring the liquid into the particular substance.

Accumax Smart

It can be used with amount of correctness and exactness. Vacuums are placed above the liquid investment cavity and then distribute the selected vacuum through the substance in the form of liquid. I can be able to know that some pipettes are able to hold upto 1 and 1000 µl, and then it is called as micropipettes.

For more info related to Micropipettes visit -http://www.accumaximum.com/


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