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2017/02/05 · The phosphoramidite demonstrated a remarkable range in solution stability in an assortment of vials. In plastic no epimerization was observed. Among the glass vials tested, for the best case (vial A) 1% epimer was observed after one week, and for the worst case (vial B) 29% epimer was observed after one week.
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Aijiren's broad range of high recovery vials (also referred to as high recovery HPLC vials) are the vial of choice when working with limited sample volumes but not wanting to manually combine a standard 2 mL vial with a separate vial insert. Our portfolio also includes HPLC vial inserts that can be used with any 2mL vial for limited volume samples.
2017/08/21 · Our 2ml HPLC vials are made of high quality borosilicate glass and meet ASTM TYPEI ClassA and USP TYPE I standards. Feature: Glass Specifications that meet or exceed minimum laboratory demands Unique thread design for consistently secure seal (9-425) Precision-formed neck for optimal robotic arm handling
Most USP Type I borosilicate glass is suitable, when proper techniques are followed, for sterilisation and de-pyrogenation. Type III is not recommended for repeated steam sterilisation, although this may be appropriate on a single use basis. Recommended autoclave cycles are 121°C @ 15 psi for 20 minutes.