• AS 2167-1996

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    Graduated straight pipettes

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    Superseded date:  09-21-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  12-04-1996

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 2167-1996 GRADUATED STRAIGHT PIPETTES
    4 - PREFACE
    4 - CONTENTS
    5 - 1 SCOPE
    5 - 2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    5 - 3 DEFINITIONS
    5 - 3.1 Capacity
    6 - 3.2 Delivery time
    6 - 3.3 Waiting time
    6 - 4 BASIS OF ADJUSTMENT
    6 - 4.1 Unit of volume
    6 - 4.2 Reference temperature
    6 - 5 VOLUMETRIC ACCURACY
    6 - 6 NOMINAL CAPACITIES AND LIMITS OF VOLUMETRIC ERROR
    6 - 6.1 Nominal capacities
    6 - 6.2 Limits of volumetric error
    7 - 7 CONSTRUCTION
    7 - 7.1 Material
    7 - 7.2 Shape
    7 - 7.3 Dimensions
    7 - 7.4 Finish of top of pipette
    7 - 7.5 Delivery jet
    8 - 8 GRADUATION AND NUMBERING
    8 - 8.1 Graduation lines
    8 - 8.2 Spacing of graduation lines
    8 - 8.3 Figuring
    8 - 8.4 Length of graduation lines
    9 - 8.5 Position of graduation lines
    9 - 8.6 Sequence of graduation lines
    9 - 8.7 Numbering of graduation lines
    9 - 8.8 Position of figures
    9 - 9 DELIVERY TIME
    12 - 10 COLOUR CODING
    12 - 11 MARKING
    12 - 11.1 Mandatory inscriptions
    12 - 11.2 Class A pipettes
    12 - 11.3 Legibility of graduation lines and markings

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    Provides specifications for a range of graduated straight pipettes required for general laboratory use.

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    This Standard applies to a series of graduated straight pipettes suitable for general laboratory purposes. The following four types of pipette are specified:(a) Type I-N pipettes, which are adjusted for delivery of a liquid from the zero line at the top to any graduation line, where the nominal capacity is represented by the lowest graduation line.(b) Type II-N pipettes, which are adjusted for delivery of a liquid from any graduation line down to the jet, where the nominal capacity is represented by the highest graduation line.(c) Type III-N and Type III-W pipettes, which are adjusted for delivery of a liquid from the zero line at the top to any graduation line, where the nominal capacity is obtained by delivery down to the jet.Two classes of accuracy are specified, Class A pipettes being of higher accuracy than Class B pipettes. Type III-N pipettes are only Class B while Type III-W pipettes are only Class A.NOTE: The method of verification and notes for the use of pipettes are given in AS 2162.

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    Committee CH-001
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes
    Under Revision

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    First published as AS R7-1947.Revised and redesignated AS 2167-1978.Second edition 1996. First published as AS R7-1947. Revised and redesignated AS 2167-1978. Second edition 1996.

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    AS 2162-1979 Code of practice for the use of volumetric glassware

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    AS 1038.7-1981 Coal and coke - Analysis and testing - Ultimate analysis of coke
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