COD reagent vial refers to a specific type of vial used in chemical analysis for measuring the chemical oxygen demand (COD) of a water sample. COD is a measure of the amount of oxygen required to chemically oxidize the organic and inorganic compounds present in a water sample.
The COD reagent vial contains the necessary chemicals and reagents to facilitate the oxidation reaction. It typically includes a mixture of strong oxidizing agents, such as potassium dichromate or potassium permanganate, along with other chemicals that help initiate and accelerate the oxidation process.
Reagent Bottle has low thermal expansion coefficient, can be sterilized by high temperature and high pressure (resistance to 140¡ãC), with scale, white enamel marking area, durable. Strong chemical resistance, no precipitation, low permeability. Highly polished surface, not easy to leave residue, easy to clean.
A low coefficient of thermal expansion (3.3), provides temperature resistance that is far superior to that of standard lab glass (or soda lime glass). Aijiren glass can withstand temperatures from -70 to 500°C, permitting repeated use in freezers, microwaves, autoclaves and dry heat sterilization chambers.
Reagent bottles, also known as media bottles or graduated bottles, are containers made of glass, borosilicate or related substances with special caps on top. They are intended to hold chemicals in liquid or powder form for laboratory use and are stored in cabinets or on shelves. Some reagent bottles are amber (photochemical), brown or red to protect photosensitive compounds from visible, ultraviolet and infrared radiation that may alter them; when the side of the bottle is marked to indicate the approximate (usually with a 10% error) amount of liquid for a given level in the container, these bottles are called “graduated “. A reagent bottle is a type of laboratory glassware.
Reagent bottle, also called media bottle, 50 ml, clear glass, screw cap GL 32, including screw cap/glass pouring ring, PP material
The blue cap reagent bottle adheres to the brand’s consistent high-quality manufacturing requirements, and the internal structure of the glass is extremely stable, so it has excellent mechanical and chemical properties. Because of its low coefficient of thermal expansion, it can better withstand rapid thermal changes. It is a good choice to replace expensive imported reagent bottles.
Reagent bottles in tinted amber or red protect light-sensitive contents from UV light, visible light and infrared radiation. Reagent bottles are available with narrow mouths for better control while pouring, or wide mouths for easy filling or content retrieval.
Aijiren™ reagent bottles, also called media bottles, are manufactured from high quality, borosilicate 3.3 glass, with GL45 thread cap. With their superior chemical resistance, these bottles are ideal for storage of reagents, culture media, biological fluids and a variety of other aqueous and non-aqueous solutions.
Bottles typically come in two colors: clear and amber. Clear bottles are ideal for displaying items and amber bottles protect the contents from light.? Sizes range from?100 ml?up to?1000?ml? and the larger ones may be used to store preserved biological specimens in the lab. The large ones also make excellent terrariums or miniature aquariums.
Measure laboratory media using the Aijiren? Reagent Borosilicate Glass Bottle with Cap. It conforms to ISO R1115 and DIN 168, is chemically resistant and can be repeatedly sterilized to 140¡ãC.
Aijiren™ reusable reagent bottles are made of high-quality borosilicate 3.3 glass. These bottles have excellent chemical resistance and are ideal for storing reagents, culture media, biological fluids, and various other aqueous and non-aqueous solutions.
Caps and stoppers for reagent bottles should be selected carefully, as their material or lining may interact negatively with the contents of the bottle.
Constructed from borosilicate glass or soda-lime glass, reagent bottles feature stoppers or caps, which protect the contents from spilling or outside environmental contamination. Reagent bottles are excellent for storing powders and liquids.
Aijiren™ Reagent Bottles, also known as Media Bottles, are manufactured from high quality borosilicate 3.3 glass with a GL45 threaded cap. With their superior chemical resistance, these bottles are ideal for storing reagents, culture media, biological fluids, and a variety of other aqueous and non-aqueous solutions.
Material: high quality, borosilicate glass
Color: clear & amber
Cap: DIN thread GL45, pouring ring
Permanent white enamel graduations markings
Aijiren™ reusable media bottles are made of high-quality borosicate 3.3 glass. These bottles have excellent chemical resistance and are ideal for storing reagents, cultures, biological liquids, and a variety of other aqueous and non-aqueous solutions. Reagent bottles provided by Aijiren are available in a variety of specifications from 100ml to 1000ml.