• AS 2167-2005

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    Graduated straight pipettes

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    Withdrawn date:  09-22-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2005

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    Sets out a series of graduated straight pipettes suitable for general laboratory purposes.

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    This Standard provides specifications for a series of graduated straight pipettes suitable for general laboratory purposes. The following four types of pipette are specified:TypeI-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.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.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 ClassB pipettes. Type III-N pipettes are only Class B while Type III-W pipettes are only Class A. The method of verification and the use of pipettes are given in AS2162.1.

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    Committee CH-001
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Withdrawn 25-09-2017.
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Withdrawn
    Supersedes

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    First published as AS R7-1947.Previous edition AS 2167-1996.Third edition 2005. Originated as AS R7-1947. Previous edition AS 2167-1996. Third edition 2005.

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