No, the sample will not thaw inside the coring probe. Since both the probes and parent samples are kept at -80C, there is not enough time or temperature difference to thaw the partial sample during extraction.
It takes approximately 1 minute to core a sample. This includes the time it takes to hit the core bottom and then deposit the core in the destination tube.
Once the instrument is up to temperature, you have a working time of 1 hour before the next fill.Read more
The LN2 tank is a 5-liter tank – it holds up to 4 liters of LN2.
The CXT 353 can extract up to 5 frozen aliquots from a single 2.00ml vial.
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