What Is a Pipette Pump Used for?


Pipette pumps are syringe-like devices that are used to fill pipettes. These implements are commonly used, with pipettes in analytical chemistry and molecular biology. Most are compatible with the different types of pipettes and resist acids and alkalis.
Q&A Related to "What Is a Pipette Pump Used for"
a pipette pump is used to add a small amount of liquid to an experiment that is taking place.
1. Insert the non-tapered end of the Mohr pipette into your pipette aid, so that it fits snugly and is able to remain inserted without you having to hold the pipette itself. 2. Draw
it depends on where it's broken
1. Cut off the pipe leading from the well point as close to the well point as possible. 2. Clean the pipe end. Glue a 1 1/4-inch PVC pipe thread fitting to the cut-off pipe. 3. Thread
2 Additional Answers
A pipette pump is used for the pipette control or pipette helper. A pipette pump allows more accurate handling of the volume inside a cylindrical pipette.
A pipette pump is used to distribute small amounts of liquid into any particular area or container, or device. It's used when making perfumes, and any other valuable liquids.
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