GE Healthcare Whatman Quantitative Filter Paper: Grade 40 Circles
Supports accurate analysis in applications sensitive to very low levels of background contamination. Whatman Quantitative Filter Paper: Grade 40 Circles are additionally useful in gravimetric analysis where ash content might affect weight measurements of combusted samples.
Manufacturer: GE Healthcare 1440185
DescriptionAshless grades are very pure filters suitable for a wide range of critical analytical filtration procedures. Whatman quantitative filter papers are designed for gravimetric analysis and the preparation of samples for instrumental analysis.
- High-purity filters for quantitative analysis
- Contain 0.007% maximum ash content
- Medium nominal particle retention rating of 8µm
- Medium filtration speed (Herzberg 340 sec.)
- Soil analysis, when separating solid matter from aqueous extracts
- Quantitative determination of milk sediment
- Use as a clean-up filter for solutions prior to atomic absorption (AA) spectrometry
- Analysis of constituent components in cements, clays, iron, and steel products
- Collection of trace elements and radionuclides from the atmosphere
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|Grade 40 Ashless Filter Paper for Pollution Analysis, 185 mm circle (100 pcs)|
|Whatman Grade 40 high-purity filters from GE Healthcare’s Life Sciences business are general-purpose papers for quantitative analysis. Grade 40 filters are suitable for a variety of analytical filtration applications.|
|High-quality cotton linters|
|Designed for gravimetric analysis and the preparation of samples for instrumental analysis. Gravimetric analysis for numerous components in cements, clays, iron, and steel products. As a primary filter for separating solid matter from aqueous extracts in|
|21 s/100 mL/in2|
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