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As per ASTM standards E – 676

As per ASTM standards E – 676

Part No. Female Joint Approx. O.D. of Tube (mm) Total Length (mm) Pack QTY.
1150-12F 12/30 16 120±10 10
1150-14F 14/10 18 120±10 10
1150-19F 19/10 22 120±10 10
1150-24F 24/12 28 125±10 10
1150-29F 29/12 32 135±15 10
1150-34F 34/12 38 135±15 10
1150-40F 40/12 50 150±15 10

Here are some potential uses for these joints in a laboratory setting:

  1. Light-Sensitive Reactions: Amber glass is commonly employed in experiments involving light-sensitive chemicals or reactions. Short-length female interchangeable joints can be used to construct glassware setups for reactions that need protection from light.
  2. Photosensitive Compounds: Laboratories working with photosensitive compounds or solutions may prefer amber glassware to minimize the effects of light exposure. The short length of the joints can be advantageous in setups where minimizing dead space is important.
  3. Sample Storage: Short-length amber glass joints can be used in the construction of glassware systems for the storage of light-sensitive samples. The interchangeability of the joints allows for flexibility in designing storage setups.
  4. Chemical Compatibility: Amber glass is often chosen for its resistance to certain chemicals. These joints may be used in laboratory setups where chemical compatibility is a consideration.
  5. Distinctive Identification: The amber color serves as a visual identifier for specific glassware or experiments. This can be particularly useful in a laboratory with multiple setups or when working in a shared space.
  6. Specialized Experiments: In cases where researchers are conducting specialized experiments that involve specific environmental conditions, such as light sensitivity, the use of amber glass may be essential.
  7. Educational Demonstrations: Amber glassware, including short-length female interchangeable joints, can be used in educational laboratories for demonstrations to teach students about light-sensitive reactions or the importance of material selection in experimental design.

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