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Thermo Scientific™ 8000 Series Silica Particle Size Standards

Provide greater durability and chemical stability when using solvents with these monodisperse silica microspheres used in instrument calibration and as spacers.

$914.64 - $968.76

Specifications

Additive None
Composition Amorphous Silica
Concentration 2% solids
Contents Silica particles in water
Description Designed for applications requiring monodisperse inorganic spheres, the 8000 Series Silica Particles have a much higher density then the polymer particles.
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Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Diameter (Metric) Price Quantity    

09-980-081

 
thermo scientific™
8100
0.99mu;m ± 0.02μm Each for $914.64

09980079

 
thermo scientific™
CD8050
0.49μm ± 0.02μm Each for $968.76
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Additive None
Composition Amorphous Silica
Concentration 2% solids
Contents Silica particles in water
Description Designed for applications requiring monodisperse inorganic spheres, the 8000 Series Silica Particles have a much higher density then the polymer particles.
Includes Certificate of Calibration and Traceability to NIST
Material Amorphous Silica
Particle Density 1.8 to 2.2g/cm³
Quantity 15mL
Refractive Index 1.40 to 1.46 at 589nm (25°C)
Stability Product stable for a minimum of 24 months
Storage Requirements Unless otherwise stated, refrigerate (2° to 8°C) product when not in use but do not freeze. Store upright and keep bottle tightly sealed. Mix product with gentle inversion by hand or vortex mixer. Product comes with stir bar for continual mixing duriong sampling.

Provide greater durability and chemical stability when using solvents with Thermo Scientific™ 8000 Series Silica Particle Size Standards, monodisperse silica microspheres used in instrument calibration and as spacers. Standards are calibrated and certified with NIST™ traceable mean diameters and are suitable for a wide variety of particle measurement applications.

Features:

  • Standards are designed for applications requiring monodisperse inorganic spheres.
  • Opaque spheres provide more contrast than polymer particles in optical and electron beams; like glass, silica has a much higher density that polystyrene.