Absence of Extractables in Micronic Polypropylene Sample Storage Tubes
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Extractables are chemical substances (organic and inorganic) that can extract from the components of a tube, closure system or device into solvents under controlled conditions. They are used to identify and quantify potential leachables, which are chemical substances (organic and inorganic) that actually migrate from components of a container closure system or device into a product over time. Extractables and leachables can cause false study results, loss of productivity, and unnecessary expenses. In this tech note, a rigorous test for extractables was performed to prove that the Micronic tubes do not cause harm to samples during sample storage.