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With Individual work Certificate
• Compliance with DIN/ISO 385 and USP standards
• Printed in blue color

• With Individual work Certificate
• Compliance with DIN/ISO 385 and USP standards
• Printed in blue color

PART No. Capacity (ml) Division      (ml) ±Tol. (ml) PACK Qty.
4330-10 10 0.05 0.03 12
4330-25 25 0.10 0.05 12
4330-50 50 0.10 0.05 12
4330-100 100 0.20 0.1 12

Here are some common uses for such a burette:

  1. Photosensitive Solutions: Amber glass provides protection against light, making this type of burette suitable for dispensing photosensitive solutions. It helps prevent the degradation of light-sensitive substances during titration or dispensing.
  2. Chemical Stability: Amber glass provides better chemical stability for certain substances. Burettes with amber glass construction are employed when working with chemicals that may react with or degrade in the presence of light.
  3. Quality Control Testing: Industries, especially those involved in chemical production, may use these burettes for quality control purposes to ensure accuracy in measurements. The individual certificate provides traceability and compliance with accuracy standards.
  4. Analytical Chemistry: In analytical chemistry laboratories, burettes with a PTFE key stopcock are employed for accurate and controlled additions of reagents in various analytical procedures.
  5. UV-Visible Spectrophotometry: For experiments involving UV-visible spectrophotometry, where light interference needs to be minimized, amber glass burettes can be used to ensure accurate measurements without introducing unwanted light effects.
  6. Pharmaceutical Compounding: In pharmaceutical laboratories, amber glass burettes with PTFE key stopcocks can be used for compounding medications, especially when dealing with light-sensitive drug formulations.
  7. Environmental Analysis: In environmental laboratories, amber glass burettes can be employed when working with samples that are sensitive to light, ensuring accurate measurements in environmental analysis.
  8. Dye and Pigment Solutions: Burettes with amber glass are suitable for dispensing dye or pigment solutions where maintaining the stability of the colorant is crucial.
  9. Clinical Laboratories: In clinical laboratories, amber glass burettes with PTFE key stopcocks may find applications when working with light-sensitive biological samples or reagents used in diagnostic testing.
  10. Educational Settings: Amber glass burettes with individual certificates are commonly used in educational laboratories for teaching students about volumetric analysis, titrations, and proper laboratory techniques. The certificate ensures traceability and adherence to specific quality standards.
  11. Research Laboratories: Research laboratories working with light-sensitive compounds or conducting experiments where protection from light is essential may use amber glass burettes for precise measurements.

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